Application is now open for the Ph.D. Scholarships in Legal and Social Theory of Global Economic Regulation at Copenhagen Business School. Interested applicants are encouraged to send their applications in before the deadline date.
About Copenhagen Business School and Scholarship
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Copenhagen Business School (commonly known as CBS; Danish: Handelshjskolen I Kbenhavn) is a public university located in Copenhagen, Denmark, and is regarded as one of the most prominent business schools in Western Europe and the whole globe.
International Ph.D. Scholarships in Legal and Social Theory of Global Economic Regulation are now accepting applications from qualified candidates at the Copenhagen Business School.
The scholarship is intended to support students who wish to enroll in the university’s Ph.D. program for the 2023–2024 academic year. Copenhagen, the capital of Denmark, is home to the Copenhagen Business School. In the Financial Times worldwide MBA Ranking 2021, it is recognized as one of the top 100 worldwide MBA programs. The objective of the Copenhagen Business School is to be a global leader in PRME by incorporating responsible management into every facet of CBS’s curriculum and making it a core component of its corporate culture.
Details about Ph.D. Scholarships in Legal and Social Theory of Global Economic Regulation at Copenhagen Business School:
Scholarship Sponsor: Copenhagen Business School
Scholarship Value: Up to DKK 34,898
Number of awards: N/A
Study level: Master
Host Institution(s): Copenhagen Business School
The Ph.D. scholarship awardees will get a monthly salary that presently ranges from DKK 28,897 to DKK 34,898 based on seniority and a pension contribution of up to 17.1% of their monthly wage. According to the terms of the existing CBS agreement, the scholarship will cover the costs of tuition, books, office space, and travel.
Eligibility Criteria for Scholarships in Legal and Social Theory of Global Economic Regulation
- All nationalities are eligible.
- A Ph.D. in the area of the Legal and Social Theory of Global Economic Regulation qualifies as an eligible course or subject.
- Eligibility Requirements: The candidates must fulfill each of the requirements listed below to be eligible:
- The development of a theoretically informed research proposal with a distinct empirical focus is requested of applicants. Topics that could be covered include but are not restricted to How GVC regulation affects contract theory; How GVC regulation affects transnational ordering; How GVC regulation affects ideas of extraterritoriality or territorial extension and how that affects democratic decision-making; How to rephrase the idea of economic constitutionalism in the context of GVC regulation.
- The capacity to effectively describe a research objective in business humanities and law, as well as a strong academic track record or potential pipeline
- Enthusiasm for integrative empirical and theoretical research
- Ability to operate independently and in a team
- Exceptional organizational and written and verbal communication abilities; fluency in English is necessary
- For the capacity to interact with others in a way that demonstrates the school’s shared commitment to inclusion, equality, and diversity.
Application Procedure for Scholarships in Legal and Social Theory of Global Economic Regulation
- Applicants must submit a completed scholarship application form to be considered for this award.
- Supporting Records: The university requires the following paperwork from the students:
- an explanation of a novel research query.
- an explanation of the original theoretical foundation and methodology.
- a summary of the suggested empirical data.
- a three-year work schedule.
- transcripts of grades, a diploma for a bachelor’s or master’s degree, or other similar certifications
- proof of being in the top 40% of the class (in the absence of a passing mark).
- curriculum vitae (CV) that is succinct.
- a list of works, including publications (if any)
- one illustration of a chosen written piece (such as a master’s thesis)
- Applicants must have obtained a grade of 10 or above on the Danish 7-point scale on the Master’s thesis or an equivalent to be admitted into a Ph.D. program at CBS.
- Students must show that they can communicate clearly in both written and spoken English.
Contact the project’s principal investigator, Professor Poul F. Kjaer, at email@example.com, or the head of the department, Professor Mitchell Dean, at firstname.lastname@example.org, for further information. The department’s information may be viewed at www.cbs.dk/bhl. The Copenhagen Business School website may be accessed at https://www.cbs.dk/en.
You can also visit the scholarship official website for further details.
The Application Deadline is: September 15, 2023.