Distance learning PhD Program in Economics in Budapest in Hungary

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Economics

A PhD or Doctor of Philosophy is a postgraduate academic degree awarded by universities. Once one attains a PhD he or she may often be referred to as a doctor.

With the current dynamic economic condition that is experienced in the whole world, being an international economic analyst requires this level of academics to give an accurate, factual and precise advice on the guidelines to take when coming up with both monetary and fiscal measures of economic solutions.

Distance learning is a method of delivering education to students who are not physically present on campus. Various studies have shown that distance learning programmes can be as efficient and effective as conventional classroom programmes sometimes even better!

A landlocked country found in the Central Europe region with Hungarian as their official language. The country’s mathematics and science approach are outstanding. It homes the world’s first technology institute. It is here that the first steam engine in Europe was built back in 1722.

Budapest is the capital city of Hungary and the ninth largest in the European Union. As the largest in the country, it serves as a center for commercial and industrial activities among others. It has close to twenty institutions of higher learning within its borders.

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DPhil (PhD) in Economics

International Business School – Budapest
Online Full time 3 - 3 years Open Enrollment Hungary Budapest

We offer the DPhil in Economics programme in English, leading to the degree conferred by our British partner, The University of Buckingham. The programme requires an original contribution to the body of knowledge in a particular academic or professional discipline. [+]

Distance learning Doctoral Programs in Economics in Budapest in Hungary. Course outline DPhil students undertake supervised but independent research with 12 face-to-face meetings, at the end of which they submit a thesis of at least 100,000 words embodying the results of that research. This thesis must demonstrate familiarity with, and an understanding of the subject, its principal sources and authorities. It should display critical discrimination and a sense of proportion in evaluating evidence and the judgements of others. A DPhil thesis must embody an original contribution to the knowledge of economics either by the discovery of new knowledge, or by the exercise of a new and independent critical approach. Entry requirements Applicants are normally expected to have a first or second class, upper division degree or significant experience. A Master’s degree is preferred. English levels Please check our postgraduate English language requirements. If your English levels don’t meet our minimum requirements, you may be interested in applying for our International University Foundation Programme. Selection process You will be invited to meet the Admissions Tutor for an informal interview . If you are an international applicant, it may not be possible for you to visit in person, so if the Admissions Tutor has any queries about your application you may be conducted by skype, email or phone. Research Proposals Applications should be accompanied by a research proposal. Quality teaching We offer high quality, traditional Oxbridge-style teaching, which leads to our degrees being recognised around the world. The standards of degrees and awards are safeguarded by distinguished external examiners – senior academic staff from other universities in the UK – who approve and moderate assessed work. Teaching methods Candidates spend a considerable part of their studies undertaking supervised research, at the end of which they submit a thesis embodying the results of that research. This thesis must demonstrate familiarity with, and an understanding of the subject, its principal sources and authorities. It should display critical discrimination and a sense of proportion in evaluating evidence and the judgements of others. The subject should be dealt with in a competent and scholarly manner. [-]