10 Doctoral Scholarships
The program provides advanced training for in-depth research into global market integration, its consequences for institutional change, and its impact on the role of governments in the organization of economic activity.
These themes are widely conceived and allow for applications in any field of economics.
A wide range of Ph.D. courses are offered and are all taught in English.
The German Research Foundation (DFG) supports excellent doctoral students with a three-year scholarship in our Research Training Group.
Applications for doctoral scholarships are welcome from graduates who hold a Master’s degree or a German university Diploma in economics or a closely related field, passed with distinction.
Candidates with a degree in statistics, mathematics or physics are also encouraged to apply.
Graduates need to prove a strong quantitative background as well as interest and ability to conduct independent research.
Munich Graduate School of Economics
Ms. Gabriella Szantone Sturm
E-mail: mgse[ at ]lmu.de
For further details, and application materials, contact: PhD Scholarships at Munich Graduate School of Economics