The stipends are for a four year period and offer NOK315,000 per annum (approx. US$55,000) and also cover tuition fees.
Each stipend contains a 35 hour per year teaching duty which usually consists of teaching assistant work.
Academically excellent students should have a MSc in Finance or closely related subject.
The PhD in Finance is taught entirely in English and is structured such that the first year of study covers course work and exams (60 ECTS credits).
The Department of Financial Economics plans to offer the following courses in the 2008/2009 academic year: Asset Pricing Theory, Empirical Asset Pricing, Corporate Finance Theory, Market Microstructure, and Advanced Topics in Finance.
Completed application form, description of planned research work, CV, copies of letters of reference, copies of awarded degrees along with grades.
Admission to the program is determined after consideration of each candidate’s qualifications.
Applications must be submitted by the 28th of March and emailed directly to:
Professor Richard Priestley
Department of Financial Economics
Norwegian School of Management
Nydalseveien 37 N 0484 Oslo
Email: richard.priestley[ at ]bi.no
Phone: +47 46410515
For more information and scholarship application, see; PhD Scholarships in Finance