PhD Degree in Accounting in Europe

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A PhD, also known as a Doctor of Philosophy degree, is a doctorate awarded by a university to the academic who has met all necessary qualifications and can now be considered a doctor in his or her academic field.

The need to pursue a PhD course in Accounting is for either intellectual enrichment or personal interest among other reasons. Accounting has, over the years, become an integral part of innovation and commerce worldwide. This has seen students interested and practicing the profession get into universities so as to get a Doctorate on the field. The program is available from across the globe.

In all, there are over 4000 Higher Education Institutions in Europe offering a wide range of courses at Bachelor, Masters and Doctorate level. With more and more of these organizations offering English as the language of education for at least some of their degree programs, universities in Europe are now of higher quality than ever before. Universities in Europe offer a friendly welcome to foreign students and to give a course of knowledge that meets their profession needs in today’s global demand.

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PhD in Accounting and Finance

Durham University Business School
Campus Full time July 2017 United Kingdom Durham

Over the past few years our research has been published in a range of quality journals. Subjects include financial reporting and disclosure, auditing quality, corporate governance, corporate ownership structure, public accounting, management accounting, social and environmental accounting, the accountancy profession, accounting history, Islamic accounting and finance and accounting education. [+]

PhD Programs in Accounting in Europe 2017. The PhD is the highest academic degree and as such Durham graduates are in demand for academic posts in leading universities and top business schools; for business and management consultancy in commerce and industry; and for senior management roles in private sector organisations and government institutions. Whatever your goals, the Durham PhD gives you the opportunity to combine rigorous academic theory with research to influence the world of business and make a unique contribution to your field of study. It attracts exceptional students of the highest calibre, and in conjunction with scholars internationally-renowned for their research and thought leadership, the PhD programme at Durham University Business School is both challenging and stimulating. As part of our vibrant and welcoming research-led community, you will work alongside a diverse faculty of research students and international academics to develop a critical command of your subject. You will cultivate high-level skills of analysis and appraisal, be able to use a range of research methodologies, and will work independently. As the Financial Landscape shifts, we are looking for ways to Over the past few years our research has been published in a range of quality journals. Subjects include financial reporting and disclosure, auditing quality, corporate governance, corporate ownership structure, public accounting, management accounting, social and environmental accounting, the accountancy profession, accounting history, Islamic accounting and finance and accounting education. We also look to increase understanding of the social, economic and political interactions arising through the practice of accounting and auditing. And, through collaboration with leading firms, we are closing the gap that has emerged between academic accounting research and the real world of accountancy practice. Staff Omneya Abdelsalam Professor of Accounting & Islamic Finance Carol Adams Professor of Accounting Danny Chow Lecturer in Accounting Gavin D'Northwood Senior Teaching Fellow in Accounting, MSc Accounting Programme Director Rob Dixon Professor of Management Accounting Laurence Ferry Senior Lecturer in Accounting Stuart Green Teaching Fellow in Accounting Anne Hall Teaching Fellow - Accounting Terry Harris Teaching Fellow in Accounting Nor Kadir Teaching Fellow in Accounting Francine Le Saint Senior Teaching Fellow in Accounting Jan (Sarah) Loughran Senior Teaching Fellow in Accounting and Employability Co-ordinator David Mccollum-Oldroyd Head of Department of Accounting Tom Mclean Senior Lecturer in Accounting Amir Michael Senior Teaching Fellow in Accounting/Course Director BSc Accounting Anthony Miller Lecturer in Accounting Beth Picton Senior Teaching Fellow in Accounting Riham Rizk Senior Teaching Fellow in Accounting Richard Slack Professor of Accounting John Zhang Lecturer in Accounting PhD: Take the next step We have two intakes each year, in October and January. Closing dates for applications are: January 2017 intake: 31 October 2016 October 2017 intake: 31 July 2017 For PhD Integrated Studies (full time) there is one intake per year in October. The closing date is 31 July. What do I need first? English language requirements: If English is not your first language you will need IELTS 7.0 (no element below 6.5) or Pearson Test of English Overall Score 70+ (No element below 62). Please note that these can be no more than 2 years old at the month the programme starts, eg. for a programme commencing in October 2014 the IELTS or PTE test must have been taken in or after October 2012). Further information about acceptable tests. For UK students: A Masters degree, normally with a mark of at least 65% in your Masters dissertation. For non-UK students: A degree that is equivalent to a UK Masters. You also need to have completed and passed (at a level equivalent to at least 65%) a dissertation module. Check the full list of equivalent qualifications. It is important that your general research interests match those of at least one member of our academic staff. For information on the range of expertise and experience of our academic faculty and details of their research interests, see Our People. If you have any questions about finding a potential supervisor, we’re happy to help. Please get in touch with the Research Admissions Team. The Application Process Successful application is based on your ability to meet the entry requirements, your research proposal and the School's capacity to provide relevant supervision for your research. Our admissions process follows three stages: Stage One Please ensure that: you meet our entry requirements (above) you can meet the financial requirements of the programme you have your research proposal ready. Stage Two Applications should be made using the on-line application form. You will be asked for the following information: academic qualifications and career to date an outline of your research interests the names and addresses of two academic referees any specific support needs you may have (see Disability Support) your chosen College. (If you wish to read for a full-time programme you must become a member of one of our Colleges as well as being accepted by a department. The following documents should also be submitted online as part of your application. Without these documents your application cannot be processed: Research proposal of 1500-2000 words. Please submit your proposal within the section of the online application entitled 'Other Relevant Experience'. However, if your research proposal contains tables or equations, please upload your document via the 'supporting documents' section under 'Scholarships/Other'. Advice on writing a research proposal. A 300-500 word abstract giving a summary of the Research Proposal Copies of certificates of degrees awarded (up to 3 may be uploaded) Copies of transcripts of modules studied (up to 3 may be uploaded) Evidence of proficiency in English (where this is not your first language) Two references, one of which must be academic.(Reference letters should be emailed directly to us by your referees using the downloadable reference form.) Download the reference form Your Curriculum Vitae. If you have any problems attaching your supporting documents to your online application, you may email them to us. Stage Three We will process your application on the basis of all the information provided and will normally let you know our decision within four to six weeks. In certain circumstances we may need to request further information. A successful application will be sent to Durham University's Student Recruitment and Admissions Office (SRAO) with a recommendation for approval. (We will contact you direct if we are unable to recommend your application for approval.) The SRAO is responsible for approving all postgraduate applications. You should be aware that approval by the SRAO is not a formality and that in some cases where we recommended approval, the SRAO will be unable to support this. Until you receive an offer from the Student Recruitment and Admissions Office, you have not received a formal offer of a place. [-]

PhD in Accounting Management

ABMS The Open University Of Switzerland
Online Full time Part time 3 years Open Enrollment Switzerland Zurich + 1 more

PhD in Accounting Management is a qualification that is more related with field of accounting and management and is very much useful for professionals who want to get better positions in the world. [+]

PhD in Accounting Management is a qualification that is more related with field of accounting and management and is very much useful for professionals who want to get better positions in the world. The main aim is to bring forward experts that can act as researchers, capable workers, efficient teachers and modern problems solvers. It should be mentioned here that accounting management is basically something which is of high grade practical value and students are taught about various techniques related with controlling as well as reporting financial health of different organization. This has the inclusion of following Analysis Planning Implementation Program Controlling These have been designed actually for providing financial data related reporting for handling managerial decision taking procedures. This can have the inclusion of below mentioned aspects Maintenance of banking accounts Developing of the financial statements Cash Flow Financial performance analysis Students will be provided details that can be considered as useful for the preparation of management reports as well as accounts that actually deliver timely and accurate information associated with finances as well as statistics that are needed by managers. Individuals possessing PhD in Accounting Management will have better decision making power as well as potential. This means that strong career related opportunities will be presented in front of you. This program is equivalent to EQF (European Qualifications Framework) Level 8 - Doctorate Level. This program is equivalent to 180 ECTS How long should be my thesis? Usually from 60.000 – 100.000 words, students are allowed to have 10% less or more. Do you mention on the PhD online or distance? No. Can I use the title? We have asked the Swiss Authorities about the title, and their answer was (Students are allowed to use the title they got from the school) Is there a "Thesis Defence"? Yes, and we recommend students to do it in Switzerland however it can be done ONLINE too, you need camera and microphone. Study Language: this study program taught entirely in English. We have 4 intakes per year: January, April, July and October Is ABMS Accredited by a recognized European accreditation body? Yes, ABMS is authorized, validated, certified, accredited and an institutional member in over 50 public / private organisations. Admission Requirements Duration: 1 year study + thesis (thesis takes in average 2 years) Age: Minimum age 25 years Previous study: Master Degree or equivalent English level: IELTS or equivalent (Only for students from non-English speaking countries or students who did not study at English speaking school) Study Method: 100% Online / Distance Fee: 17950 Euro (for the whole study program) Note: Study fee does not include application and reservation fee (to guarantee you a study place) of 240 Euro (onetime payment and non-refundable). Modules: For the PhD, your thesis is the most important part, you have to write the whole thesis about the "Accounting Management" with one of our supervisors. The following modules you will study during the first year: Global Management Strategic Management and Leadership Project Management Strategic Information System Analyses Accounting and Finance Research Methods Electronic Research Methods Dynamic Websites [-]

PhD Programme

Kent Business School, University of Kent
Campus Full time Part time August 2017 United Kingdom Canterbury

Master's programmes at Kent Business School are driven by international research and relevance. Programmes are developed to broaden your career prospects and prepare you for success. [+]

PhD Programs in Accounting in Europe 2017. Master's programmes at Kent Business School are driven by international research and relevance. At Kent Business School the research degree programme provides exceptional students with a dynamic research culture, supervision from our community of over 60 research active academic staff, high quality resources and excellent research training. We offer the following subject specialisms: Accounting Finance Industrial Relations Management Management Science Marketing Operational Research Our PhD students all receive a dedicated office space with either a laptop or PC, conference funding, formal research methods training and full access to the facilities of the Graduate School. We also offer a range of PhD scholarship packages for outstanding candidates.  All scholarship candidates must hold a first class honours degree (if still completing their master's programme) or a master's degree with Distinction in a relevant subject and a good standard of written or spoken English (IELTS 7 or equivalent). University of Kent PhD scholarships are based on a three year Graduate Teaching Assistantship that includes financial support in return for part-time teaching. This covers tuition fees at the UK/EU rate (and some specific scholarships may include international fees) plus a combined salary and maintenance grant at the full UK Research Council rate. Applications from self-funded students are also welcome and the minimum entry requirement is a Merit at master’s level in a relevant subject as well as our English language requirements. Entry to the Kent Business School PhD programme is in September (application deadline 30 June) or January (deadline 31 October) each year. [-]

Doctor of Professional Studies

UGSM-Monarch Business School Switzerland
Campus or Online Full time Part time 36 - 60 months February 2017 Switzerland Zug + 1 more

The Doctor of Professional Studies degree, D.Prof., is the pinnacle degree for the active professional manager. The purpose of the D.Prof. is to provide active managers with a flexible approach for the advanced study of a managerial .... [+]

Doctor of Professional Studies

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The Doctor of Professional Studies degree, D.Prof., is the pinnacle degree for the active professional manager. The purpose of the D.Prof. is to provide active managers with a flexible approach for the advanced study of a managerial problem important to their organization. Individuals pursuing this degree are interested in examining a relevant business problem from a “hands-on” practical perspective in order to derive applicable outcomes for their organization. Given the applied nature of the program it is considered an inter-disciplinary degree that focuses on the solution of real world problems to the organization. It is often pursued with the direct support of the candidate’s company due to the intrinsic value of the program to the operations of the work-place.... [-]