Before, during and after a PhD in Finance
On Monday afternoon, April 25, 2016, the Department of Finance hosted an information meeting for students interested in pursuing a PhD in Finance at Copenhagen Business School.
At the meeting, three finance professors talked about formal entry requirements, their research agendas and the great opportunities offered by a PhD degree.
Two current students talked about the life of a PhD student at the Department of Finance, and one PhD graduate talked about her experience on the international academic job market.
After the formal program, the attendees had the possibility of talking directly with the Professors and PhD students. For those who were not able to attend the meeting, slides can be downloaded here:
|Program PhD in Finance Information Meeting|
Prof. David Lando, Director of the FRIC Center, CBS
Welcome and about being a PhD student at the Center for Financial Frictions (FRIC)
Prof. Steffen Andersen, CBS
Writing a PhD in household finance and behavioral finance
Prof. Morten Sørensen, CBS
Writing a PhD in empirical entrepreneurial finance
PhD student Stine Louise Daetz, CBS and PhD student Thomas Kjær Poulsen, CBS:
Being a PhD student in Finance
International job market candidate and PhD student Aleksandra Rzeznik, CBS
|17.00-17.15||Q and A|
About the current call
See the full call here PhD scholarships in Finance Spring 2016
Several scholarships are available within the research areas of finance.
- One scholarship is available within any area of finance
- One scholarship is available within the field of financial frictions
- One scholarship is available within the areas of household finance and behavioral finance
- One scholarship is available within the area of empirical entrepreneurial finance
Application deadline: May 24, 2016