DART-Doctoral Scholarship Program at University of Graz in Austria
- Location Austria
- Level PHD
- Deadline Mar 31, 2018
- Academic Accounting
- Amount ₤20,000
Applications are invited for DART – Doctoral Scholarship Program in Accounting, Reporting, and Taxation for international students. The annual salary after taxes and social security contributions amounts to approximately 20,000 Euros.
Founded in 1585, the University of Graz is one of Austria’s largest and distinguished academic institutions. With more than 32,500 students and 4,300 employees, the university contributes significantly to the vibrant life of the Styrian capital.
The language of the entire DART PhD program is English. Applicants, whose native language is not English, are required to submit Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) or International English Language Testing System (IELTS) score unless they have a degree from an English-speaking college or university.
Complete applications which meet all formal admission requirements will be evaluated by the admission committee. Based on this evaluation the best applicants will be selected and will be invited for an interview.
Based on all available evidence the admission committee will determine a final ranking of applications. The applicants at the top of the ranking list will be given an admission offer, in form of a written notice of the applicant’s acceptance into the program. To claim his/her place in the program, the applicant must confirm the admission offer in writing within ten days of receipt.
A formal requirement is an acceptance for the doctoral studies in social and economic sciences at the respective university (the University of Graz or University of Vienna). The previous degree prerequisite is an outstanding (top 10%) Diploma or a Master’s degree (to be completed before beginning studies in the DART program). If you have not finished your university degree as of yet but will have completed it by the beginning of the DART program, please enclose an official preliminary grade report in your application and indicate your estimated date of graduation.
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