PhD Degree in South America

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PhD

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.

One of the Post Graduate academic degrees that are awarded by the Universities is the Doctor of Philosophy; abbreviated as PhD. Depending on the time periods for entry-level degrees and other factors, PhD programs vary from one country to another as well as from institution to the other. With the attainment of the degree, you earn the academic title of a Doctor. The courses are available to all students who meet minimum requirements worldwide.

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Self-Paced PhD in International Business Management

ISM - International School of Management
Campus Full time Part time 4 years September 2017 France Paris South Africa Cape Town Brazil São Paulo India Delhi China Shanghai USA New York + 11 more

The ISM PhD in International Business Management prepares experienced and highly motivated business professionals to embark on careers of engaged instruction and original research in academia [+]

Self-Paced PhD in International Business Management

The Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) program is designed for two types of candidates: experienced business executives who would like “to give something back” and assist in the development of future business leaders by becoming effective educators; and innovative teachers and/or researchers determined to make an impact by contributing to the body knowledge in their chosen disciplines. PhD candidates learn to make a difference through writing, speaking, teaching, researching, consulting, and undertaking entrepreneurial ventures.

The program emphasizes an understanding of management as it is practiced and interpreted across organizations, sectors, and cultures. Each candidate develops the research and teaching skills to generate and encourage new perspectives on management practice. It is designed to emphasize curricular leadership and to focus on applied and theoretical research that improves instruction and educational outcomes.... [-]


Doctorate In Law And Social Sciences

ISPED
Campus Full time March 2017 Brazil São Paulo Argentina Cordoba + 1 more

The ISPED maintained by AELA - Educational Latin American Association and the National University of Córdoba offer Law professionals a totally unique and different course for those seeking training in a doctorate. This is the Stricto Sensu Program Doctorate in Law and Social Sciences, dynamic, full and recognized worldwide. [+]

The ISPED maintained by AELA - Educational Latin American Association and the National University of Córdoba offer Law professionals a totally unique and different course for those seeking training in a doctorate. This is the Stricto Sensu Program Doctorate in Law and Social Sciences, dynamic, full and recognized worldwide. The institutions have the PhD student the opportunity to study in exclusive classes to Brazilian, flexibly those who have little time to expand knowledge. The Bachelor of Law will have regular classes in Argentina, lasting two weeks each module, for a total of four. This facilitates their achievement and provides a differentiated performance. GOAL Establish an identity oriented to strengthening and scientific and professional development of the area of ​​Law and Social Sciences. Achieving high levels of quality in the training of researchers, professors and legal professionals, enabling the PhD student to fully participate in the production and transmission of knowledge through a level of professional and academic excellence that can meet the needs of society. Promote reflection on current epistemological frameworks in which develops the law. Enable the expansion of knowledge and culture to Brazilian researchers working in any area of ​​law. DIFFERENTIALS Spanish course conducted by ISPED EAD with 45 hours / classes for better preparation and adaptation to the country and the course. face tutorials in all modules for the thesis development. professional development opportunities and international in small classes to better use. exclusive classes to Brazilians who enjoy a little time to start a Doctoral degree in their country. Infrastructure with the latest technology and modern classrooms arrangement of PhD students. Certification "stricto sensu" (PhD) by a foreign institution of higher existence in Argentina. Qualified teachers with specialized doctors throughout America and Europe. differentiated and affordable values. team monitoring specialized in Brazil and Argentina since its initial trip to delivery and defense of his thesis. Program with 360 hours / classes requiring rigorous training that assists in scientific research, forming professors and senior researchers. Spanish preparatory course for the exam with CELU interaction and simulated by ISPED EAD platform. online platform on the University website with exclusive access through login and password. student area in ISPED site enabling academic and administrative monitoring. [-]

Doctorado en Economía y Gobierno

Instituto Universitario de Investigación Ortega y Gasset
Campus Full time May 2017 Spain Madrid

El Programa de Doctorado en Economía y Gobierno tiene como objetivo la formación de investigadores capaces de hacer contribuciones independientes, innovadoras y significativas en el conocimiento científico en el campo de la economía y gobierno. [+]

Best Doctorate Programs in South America 2017. El Programa de Doctorado en Economía y Gobierno tiene como objetivo la formación de investigadores capaces de hacer contribuciones independientes, innovadoras y significativas en el conocimiento científico en el campo de la economía y gobierno. Este Doctorado se desarrolla en dos áreas principales: Área de Economía, que corre a cargo de la Fundación Centro de Estudios Monetarios y Financieros (www.cemfi.es)-UIMP, y el Área de Gobierno, que corre a cargo del Instituto Universitario de Investigación Ortega y Gasset-UIMP. El área de Gobierno abarca las investigaciones relacionadas con las Ciencias Sociales: Ciencia Política y de la Administración, Sociología, Demografía, Derecho, Relaciones Internacionales y Cooperación, dentro de las dos amplias líneas del programa: Democracia, gobierno y administración pública; y Cambio social y político en un mundo global. La duración de los estudios de doctorado será de tres años, a tiempo completo, a contar desde la admisión del doctorando al programa hasta la presentación de la tesis doctoral, con posibilidad de solicitar un máximo de dos prórrogas de un año cada una que deberán ser autorizadas por la Comisión Académica responsable del programa. Asimismo, previa autorización de dicha Comisión Académica, podrán realizarse estudios de doctorado a tiempo parcial. En este caso tales estudios podrán tener una duración de cinco años desde la admisión al programa hasta la presentación de la tesis doctoral, con posibilidad de solicitar un máximo de dos prórrogas de dos y un año, respectivamente. ÁREA DE GOBIERNO Democracia, gobierno y administración pública - Gobernanza - Ciencia Política - Alta Dirección Pública - Políticas Públicas - Ética Pública - Comunicación Política Cambio social y político en un mundo global - Cooperación Internacional - Derecho Internacional y Relaciones Internacionales - Políticas migratorias - Política social - Seguridad Pública - Sociedad de la información y del conocimiento Desarrollo del programa Una vez admitido al programa de doctorado, la Comisión Académica correspondiente será responsable de asignar a cada doctorando un tutor. Será un doctor cuya actividad investigadora esté relacionada con una de las instituciones colaboradoras de la UIMP en el Programa de Doctorado. El tutor velará por la correcta interacción del doctorando con la Comisión Académica del programa, facilitándole toda la orientación y el asesoramiento necesarios. La Comisión Académica responsable del programa asignará a cada doctorando un director/es de tesis que podrá ser coincidente o no con el tutor previamente referido. Dicha asignación podrá recaer sobre cualquier doctor español o extranjero, con acreditada experiencia investigadora, con independencia de la universidad, centro o institución en la que preste sus servicios. El/Los director/es de la tesis doctoral se comprometerán a la supervisión y al seguimiento continuo de la actividad investigadora del doctorando, responsabilizándose de la coherencia e idoneidad de las actividades de formación y de que el doctorando muestre una progresión adecuada en la consecución de los objetivos descritos en su plan de investigación. El doctorando, como personal investigador en formación, se compromete a registrar sus actividades y los resultados obtenidos en el Documento de Actividades del Doctorando, a desarrollar el Plan de Investigación bajo el seguimiento y la supervisión del tutor y de su/s director/es de tesis. El doctorando elaborará un Plan de Investigación, bajo la supervisión del tutor y/o director, que será aprobado por la Comisión Académica del Programa. El Plan de Investigación incluirá al menos los objetivos a alcanzar y la metodología a utilizar, así como los medios y la planificación temporal para lograrlo. Dicho Plan se actualizará y valorará, conjuntamente con el Documento de Actividades del Doctorando, a lo largo de su estancia en el programa y deberá estar siempre avalado por el tutor y el/los director/es de la tesis. El Documento de Actividades del Doctorando (DAD) es un documento personalizado que registra todas las actividades formativas que realice el doctorando durante sus estudios de doctorado y que forman parte de su formación inicial como investigador. Estas actividades deberán ser regularmente evaluadas por el tutor, el director de tesis y la Comisión Académica del Programa. El seguimiento del doctorando se llevará a cabo de forma directa por el tutor y el director de tesis, a partir de la revisión periódica del Documento de Actividades del Doctorando, de su Plan de Investigación y de los encuentros presenciales que mantengan con el doctorando. Asimismo, el Documento de Actividades del Doctorando constituirá un elemento imprescindible en los diferentes procedimientos de evaluación a los que obligatoriamente debe someterse el doctorando. Criterios de admision del programa Los candidatos a este programa de doctorado deberán haber cursado una titulación de grado (o licenciatura) en áreas de las Ciencias Sociales como Economía, Administración y Dirección de Empresas, Derecho, Ciencias Políticas o Sociología, etc. También se podrá admitir a titulados de grado (o licenciatura) en Matemáticas o Ciencias, o en cualquier tipo de ingeniería. Además, deberán haber cursado un máster universitario orientado a la investigación en Economía, en Ciencias Políticas y Administración Pública. Acreditar un nivel B2 de inglés dentro del Marco Común Europeo de Referencia para las Lenguas. [-]

PhD in International Relations, Politics, Conflict or Law

University of Kent, Brussels Schools of International Studies
Campus Full time Part time 3 - 4 years September 2017 Belgium Brussels + 1 more

Host to hundreds of international organisations, of which the European Union and NATO are the most prominent, PhD students do research literally around the corner of important places of decision-making. [+]

PhD in International Relations, Politics, Conflict or Law Brussels is an excellent place to do doctoral research. Host to hundreds of international organisations, of which the European Union and NATO are the most prominent, PhD students do research literally around the corner of important places of decision-making. This offers an array of opportunities to attend conferences with high-level policy-makers, to consult the specialised libraries of institutions like the European Commission, or to interview diplomats. The Brussels School of International Studies (BSIS) seeks to create an environment not only of academic reflection, but also one where researchers and practitioners meet and exchange views. This creates a stimulating research environment for all topics in the broad field of international studies. Degrees and practicalities The University of Kent offers the following PhD degrees at BSIS: PhD in International Relations PhD in International Conflict Analysis PhD in Comparative Politics PhD in Political and Social Thought PhD in Law All programmes can be done full-time or part-time. New PhD students enrol either in September or January. From the academic year 2011-2012 on, students register directly onto a PhD programme. Full-time PhD students can be registered for up to a maximum of four years on a doctoral programme, but are expected to submit their doctoral dissertation as soon as possible following the completion of the third year. Research Seminars At the heart of the PhD programme is the weekly research seminar (during terms). In these sessions one PhD student presents his/her research findings or latest chapter. Other PhD students and staff members give feedback. On a regular basis visiting researchers are invited to present at the research seminar. Because of the different PhD programmes and backgrounds of the academic staff, this fosters an interdisciplinary approach. What is required to obtain a PhD Candidates undertaking PhD degrees must submit for examination a dissertation which demonstrates their ability to undertake an original investigation, to test a hypothesis, and to understand the relationship of the theme under investigation to a wider field of knowledge. A PhD thesis is normally between 80,000 and 100,000 words. Candidates must successfully defend their PhD dissertation in a Viva. A thesis submitted for the award of doctorate must be an original contribution to knowledge or understanding in the field of investigation. Originality is a prime requirement of a PhD thesis. This may be construed in a number of ways. It may be the application or testing of a known theory to a novel case, the utilisation of sources of information hitherto unused, the development of theory or the introduction of a new approach, or the creation of a new theoretical synthesis. The doctoral programme, as a postgraduate research programme, combines formal research training and individual supervision, with regular interaction between students and academic staff. Supervision The capability to do autonomous research, leading to an original contribution to scholarship, is key to a successful PhD. Supervisors provide guidance to PhD students in their research process. Each PhD student has two supervisors, a main supervisor and a second supervisor. Often the expertise of both supervisors is complementary and guarantees a broad spectrum of advice. Students and supervisors meet regularly. By the end of each year, a supervisory panel evaluates the progress made by a student and formulates recommendations in a more formal end-of-year review. All permanent academic staff members of the Brussels School of International Studies may act as supervisors. Occasionally academic staff from the main campus in Canterbury will act as second supervisors. Research Training Formal research training is provided through the MA course ‘Fundamentals, Dissertation and Research’ and other MA modules open to PhD students. On top of that, specialised training sessions are organised for PhD students specifically. Subjects covered range from methods, over academic publications to career planning. Students can also take online courses offered by the university’s Graduate School and may occasionally attend training sessions in Canterbury. BSIS cooperates with the University of Ghent at the level of doctoral programmes. This provides both for joint doctoral training events, exchange of researchers and the development of researcher networks in certain fields. PhD Students BSIS PhD students come from a variety of countries. Most of them have studied in different countries, taking along their own experience and approaches. This creates not only a dynamic research environment, but also a pleasant social atmosphere. Many PhD students engage in extra-curricular or social activities with MA students. Often they are invited to tutor a number of seminars for MA modules. PhD students are stimulated to present papers at international conferences and to publish. The combination of a solid research experience, an international network, publications and teaching experiences offers fresh doctors the best chances to obtain a good position in or outside the academic market. How to apply Applications to the PhD programme follow the regular procedure (see Admissions page), but also require the submission of a research proposal of around 3000 words. In this proposal the candidate presents the research topic, research question and/or hypotheses, the theoretical framework and methodology envisaged, as well as a brief bibliography. Through the research proposal candidates demonstrate their research skills, their acquaintance with the field and its most salient debates. They aim to convince the Admissions Committee of their potential to make an original contribution to scholarship and of the feasibility of their research project. The research proposal is not a blueprint for the next years of research, but serves as a starting-point. In the interaction between supervisors and students, it will inevitably undergo change. The following documents need to be submitted: Application form University transcript(s) Letters of reference Proof of English (where applicable) Personal statement PhD research proposal of 3000 words While there is no strict deadline, it is recommended to submit the application a couple of months before the date you wish to start the PhD programme (September or January). Admissions Applications will be considered by an Admissions Committee. Candidates are selected on the basis of their academic and other relevant background (MA degree in relevant field), academic merit (a First Class or solid Upper Second class in the British system or equivalent), knowledge of English, the quality of their research proposal and references. The Admissions Committee will also take into account whether the topic fits within the research scope the School and whether the necessary capacity is available to guarantee optimal supervision. Fees and Funding BSIS offers a limited number of scholarships per year in the form of a tuition fee waiver. If you wish to apply for such a waiver, please add a letter to your application, explaining why you wish to be considered. Occasionally other scholarships may be announced for very specific study fields. Such announcements are always posted on our website. [-]

Ph.D in Business Administration

Grenoble Ecole de Management
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 France Grenoble

The PhD program at Grenoble Ecole de Management aims at educating scholars who will become faculty members in leading international business schools or universities. It is a 4-year full-time program, designed to ensure that students are involved very early on in research and develop a solid publication record during their PhD studies. [+]

Best Doctorate Programs in South America 2017. Ph.D in Business Administration Grenoble Ecole de Management Objectives: The PhD program at Grenoble Ecole de Management aims at educating scholars who will become faculty members in leading international business schools or universities. It is a 4-year full-time program, designed to ensure that students are involved very early on in research and develop a solid publication record during their PhD studies. Program Description: Phase 1: This phase lasts for two years. Years 1 & 2 are devoted to courses, seminars and joint research projects with faculty members. During Phase 1, students receive a thorough and sophisticated training in the latest methods of inquiry and state-of-the-art knowledge. Phase 2: This phase lasts between two and three years and is dedicated to dissertation work. Successful completion of Phase 1 is compulsory in order to move on to Phase 2. Careers: The co-production of rigorous, high-impact research makes graduates from this program highly attractive on the academic job market. Admission: Program applicants must meet these minimum qualifications: - A Bachelor’s degree is required. - A Master’s degree is a plus. Applicants must also send an application package which includes: - GMAT, GRE or TAGE MAGE scores - For non-native English speakers: results of an English test (TOEFL or TOEIC) taken less than 5 years ago - Faculty recommendations - Other factors such as work and research experience play a part in the acceptance decision. Prior coursework in business administration is not mandatory for this program. Courses in related disciplines such as economics, mathematics, engineering, statistics or psychology provide the student with the background necessary for integrating and understanding the concepts taught in the PhD program. Tuition: fees waived for students accepted on the program plus bursary to cover living expenses [-]

Program Management Skills

ADEN campus Lima
Campus Full time 100 hours March 2017 Peru Lima

The challenge of leading [+]

The challenge of leading GOALS Develop skills to be an effective coach of the members of his team, to be true developers of human talent in companies. Understand your role as manager of human talent and not as human resource manager. Learn to create a real collaborative work that promotes shared decision making and achieving team to reach high performance, even in virtual environments. Develop effective communication, reaching communicative intelligence, yet their work and personal environment, discovering their own emotional intelligence. Improve negotiating skills, which will enable to establish win-win relationships with their environment, as well as tools to address unequal negotiations in globalized environments. Get effective tools for the management and resolution of conflicts within organizations, allowing making more effective and consensual decisions that optimize relationships and results in parallel. recipients Executives with a minimum experience of 3 years in senior positions, who have personal charge and seek to develop both their personal skills such as team work. CURRICULUM EXECUTIVE COACHING. 20 hours. High Performance Leadership. 20 hours. ADVANCED WORKSHOP NEGOTIATING. 30 hs. WORK TEAMS HIGH PERFORMANCE. 30 hs. Certification University of California at Irvine · Extension and ADEN International Business School, jointly awarded certificate of specialization (^) in Management Skills to complete the hours of instruction and pass the assessments provided. (^) Certificate of continuing education, which does not imply title or degree, to be issued in USA. ADEN reserves the right to change certifi cates, partner universities and professors for reasons of force majeure or reasons beyond it. In such cases they are replaced by others of similar prestige and academic quality. Methodology experiential methodology intensive simulators. 100% training system focused on practical transfer to the company. [-]

Program Management Skills

ADEN Chile
Campus Full time 100 hours February 2017 Chile Santiago

The challenge of leading [+]

Best Doctorate Programs in South America 2017. The challenge of leading GOALS Develop skills to be an effective coach of the members of his team, to be true developers of human talent in companies. Understand your role as manager of human talent and not as human resource manager. Learn to create a real collaborative work that promotes shared decision making and achieving team to reach high performance, even in virtual environments. Develop effective communication, reaching communicative intelligence, yet their work and personal environment, discovering their own emotional intelligence. Improve negotiating skills, which will enable to establish win-win relationships with their environment, as well as tools to address unequal negotiations in globalized environments. Get effective tools for the management and resolution of conflicts within organizations, allowing making more effective and consensual decisions that optimize relationships and results in parallel. recipients Executives with a minimum experience of 3 years in senior positions, who have personal charge and seek to develop both their personal skills such as team work. CURRICULUM EXECUTIVE COACHING. 20 hours. High Performance Leadership. 20 hours. ADVANCED WORKSHOP NEGOTIATING. 30 hs. WORK TEAMS HIGH PERFORMANCE. 30 hs. Certification University of California at Irvine · Extension and ADEN International Business School, jointly awarded certificate of specialization (^) in Management Skills to complete the hours of instruction and pass the assessments provided. (^) Certificate of continuing education, which does not imply title or degree, to be issued in USA. ADEN reserves the right to change certifi cates, partner universities and professors for reasons of force majeure or reasons beyond it. In such cases they are replaced by others of similar prestige and academic quality. Methodology experiential methodology intensive simulators. 100% training system focused on practical transfer to the company. [-]

Program Management Skills

ADEN Bogotá
Campus Full time 130 hours January 2017 Colombia Bogotá

FACING CHALLENGES TO THE NEW LEADERS FOR SUCCESS AND SUSTAINABILITY OF ITS BUSINESSES [+]

FACING THE CHALLENGES TO BE NEW LEADERS TO ACHIEVE SUCCESS AND SUSTAINABILITY YOUR BUSINESS GOALS Develop leadership skills in contexts of high diversity and multicultural business environments, which require the leader to redefine its role and to rethink their driving practices from other conceptual and operational frameworks. Provide self-diagnostic tools to establish action plans for continuous improvement in its role as a business leader, so as to make a progressive and systematic incorporation of management skills, which enable them to optimize their results and the companies they lead. Incorporating communications and human talent management skills, which allow to increase the productivity of team work and at the same time increase the level of commitment of people, positively influencing the drivers of climate surveys, improving manifestly the results thereof. Develop skills in digital productivity, both for himself and for his team, managing to incorporate effective tools to achieve a true collaborative work, even in environments affected by virtuality teams. Learn the essential practices of coaching, both managerial and ontological, so its effective members of his team application to operate on development and, consequently, on the performance and results of each of its employees. Optimize negotiating skills, which will enable to establish win-win relationships with their environment, as well as tools to address unequal negotiations in globalized environments and to resolve conflicts effectively. recipients Executives with a minimum experience of 3 years in senior positions, who have personal charge and seek to develop both their personal management skills, like his team, concerned about optimizing the results of your company. CURRICULUM SELF-MANAGEMENT · 40 hours. TALENT MANAGEMENT · 30 HS. COLLABORATIVE WORK EQUIPMENT · 30 hours. NEGOTIATIONS SUCCESSFUL AND DISPUTE RESOLUTION · 30 hours. Certification University of California at Irvine - Extension and ADEN International Business School, awarded Specialization Certificate in Management Skills (^) who meet the program requirements together. Additionally, PMI® PDUs grants for those students PMP® certified to revalidate their professional certification. (^) Certificates of continuing education, which does not prove title or degree, to be issued in USA. Methodology ADEN has developed an interactive learning pedagogical model called MODEL TRANSFER PERICLES, that enables the transfer of knowledge acquired to the workplace with a practical approach; developed an interactive virtual community with a classroom supplement. To reinforce retention and applicability a digital and board, based on mathematical models that allow to experience and play situations within the business world, where decisions are made and their impact is verified on an intensive use of simulators it is done playful environment. The evaluation program consists of multiple-choice tests in online mode, integrative case and practice with a simulator that is registered in the Virtual Community. This program is supported by supplementary literature authored by faculty ADEN that participants delivered. [-]

Program Management Skills

ADEN Quito
Campus Full time 130 hours February 2017 Ecuador Quito

FACING CHALLENGES TO THE NEW LEADERS FOR SUCCESS AND SUSTAINABILITY OF ITS BUSINESSES [+]

Best Doctorate Programs in South America 2017. FACING THE CHALLENGES TO BE NEW LEADERS TO ACHIEVE SUCCESS AND SUSTAINABILITY YOUR BUSINESS GOALS Develop leadership skills in contexts of high diversity and multicultural business environments, which require the leader to redefine its role and to rethink their driving practices from other conceptual and operational frameworks. Provide self-diagnostic tools to establish action plans for continuous improvement in its role as a business leader, so as to make a progressive and systematic incorporation of management skills, which enable them to optimize their results and the companies they lead. Incorporating communications and human talent management skills, which allow to increase the productivity of team work and at the same time increase the level of commitment of people, positively influencing the drivers of climate surveys, improving manifestly the results thereof. Develop skills in digital productivity, both for himself and for his team, managing to incorporate effective tools to achieve a true collaborative work, even in environments affected by virtuality teams. Learn the essential practices of coaching, both managerial and ontological, so its effective members of his team application to operate on development and, consequently, on the performance and results of each of its employees. Optimize negotiating skills, which will enable to establish win-win relationships with their environment, as well as tools to address unequal negotiations in globalized environments and to resolve conflicts effectively. recipients Executives with a minimum experience of 3 years in senior positions, who have personal charge and seek to develop both their personal management skills, like his team, concerned about optimizing the results of your company. CURRICULUM SELF-MANAGEMENT · 40 hours. TALENT MANAGEMENT · 30 HS. COLLABORATIVE WORK EQUIPMENT · 30 hours. NEGOTIATIONS SUCCESSFUL AND DISPUTE RESOLUTION · 30 hours. Certification University of California at Irvine - Extension and ADEN International Business School, awarded Specialization Certificate in Management Skills (^) who meet the program requirements together. Additionally, PMI® PDUs grants for those students PMP® certified to revalidate their professional certification. (^) Certificates of continuing education, which does not prove title or degree, to be issued in USA. Methodology ADEN has developed an interactive learning pedagogical model called MODEL TRANSFER PERICLES, that enables the transfer of knowledge acquired to the workplace with a practical approach; developed an interactive virtual community with a classroom supplement. To reinforce retention and applicability a digital and board, based on mathematical models that allow to experience and play situations within the business world, where decisions are made and their impact is verified on an intensive use of simulators it is done playful environment. The evaluation program consists of multiple-choice tests in online mode, integrative case and practice with a simulator that is registered in the Virtual Community. This program is supported by supplementary literature authored by faculty ADEN that participants delivered. [-]

PhD From The University Of Lleida Business Administration And Law

IEDE Business School Chile
Campus Full time February 2017 Chile Providencia

This program seeks to contribute to the development and deepening of knowledge and skills of Chilean students who receive recognition of a degree, valid European Higher Education Area attached automatically in 47 countries. [+]

OVERVIEW Thanks to the Additional Protocol to the Cooperation Agreement signed between IEDE Business School (Headquarters Santiago de Chile) and the University of Lleida (Spain), as of February 2, 2010, in Chile may attend the Doctoral Program of the University, studies culminating in the defense of the doctoral thesis at the headquarters of the Spanish University. This program seeks to contribute to the development and deepening of knowledge and skills of Chilean students who receive recognition of a degree, valid European Higher Education Area attached automatically in 47 countries. The University of Lleida I have over 700 years, was originally created by Bull of His Holiness Pope Boniface VIII, issued in Rome on April 1 of the year 1297 and subsequently by Real Privilege SM El Rey Don Jaime II, granted in Zaragoza on 1 September 1300. The university with about 10,000 students, is public and is located in the city of Lleida, with over 135,000 inhabitants, is the capital of the province and in the Autonomous Community of Catalonia, and its area of ​​influence than 200,000 inhabitants, located some 160 kms. of the city of Barcelona and about 450 kms. de Madrid. The legal rules applicable to this program is Royal Decree 1393/2007 of 29 October 2007 (Official Gazette No. 260, dated October 30, 2007), which provides management of official university and repealing RO RO 55/2005 and 56/2005 (subject to the transitional period until 2015) and Royal Decree 99/2011, of 28 January, by which the official teachings of Doctorate (BOE of 10 regulated February 2011). OBJECTIVES The PhD program has been prepared based on the following objectives: Offer a doctoral program of academic excellence and quality within the European Higher Education Area, in the city of Santiago de Chile. Create an intellectual forum for analysis, discussion and research on topics related to business administration and economics, in both the private sector and government. Generate scientific and informative knowledge from the partnership between academics and doctoral students through the completion and publication of empirical studies of interest in the national, Latin American and / or other economies field. Form a group of researchers who will solve the shortage of doctors in the country and are drivers of organizational change in the professional and academic fields. PROFILE TITULADO The student who attains the Degree of Doctor from the University of Lleida will peak existing academic degree in the field of higher education which will enable: Validate your ability to develop scientific research in the field of DG Enterprise. Being able to raise several lines of research and how to address them. Mastering the techniques of research, modeling and analysis that will make the necessary contrasts in a research process. Collaborate on research groups in the field of specialization and even in a multidisciplinary field. Reach a level of depth in the subject under investigation may show an intense teaching. KEY FEATURES Spanish title by University of Lleida Recognized by the European Higher Education Area, automatically valid in 47 countries adhering Visiting professors from the University of Lleida Access to virtual library. Exclusive access to EBSCO data base where you will find papers and scientific articles related to the program. Profile recommended: Professionals who, on the one hand, wish to deepen and improve their knowledge of scientific research in the area of ​​business and, second, to get the most that existing academic degree in education. [-]

PhD in Wood Biology and Wood Technology

University of Göttingen
Campus Full time 6 semesters October 2017 Germany Göttingen

The international programme on Wood Biology and Technology is a three year study which leads to a Doctoral degree. The intensive, research oriented Ph.D. programme is taught by internationally respected scientists. It is designed for highly qualified students who have studied forestry, wood sciences, biology, biochemistry, microbiology, chemistry etc. [+]

Best Doctorate Programs in South America 2017. Programme description The international programme on Wood Biology and Technology is a three year study which leads to a Doctoral degree. The intensive, research oriented Ph.D. programme is taught by internationally respected scientists.It is designed for highly qualified students who have studied forestry, wood sciences, biology, biochemistry, microbiology, chemistry etc. To assure a high standard individual training, the number of participants in the programme is limited to 12 students per year.Within the PhD-programme every student mainly works on his or her special research project. He or she becomes part of one of these science groups and is supervised by one of the leading professors. According to the new study regulations each student has two additional tutors (professors) who usually become the co-examiners at the oral exam. PhD-students are entitled to suggest these two persons for this task. One of these persons can be a professor from another university.The students are expected to be able to work and research independently and finally present a major scientific contribution to their field of specialisation. Aside of research work successful applicants have to take part in lessons and practical courses which shall prepare them for leading management positions in the woodworking industry and in research institutes. All compulsory courses are taught in English. The programme is member of the "Georg-August University School of Science" (GAUSS).   Research Topics One major focus of the ongoing research lies on reducing the main technical disadvantages of wood in use: its limited resistance to fungi and insects, its disposition to swell and shrink and its instability to UV-radiation. The research groups in Göttingen are developing different new approaches to overcome these technical disadvantages: acetylation, modification with organic silicon compounds, coatings, heat treatment, enzymatic activation etc. Another field of research are enzymes involved in wood decay, for example lactases and other redox-enzymes that are of potential use for the wood industry. However, all other topics in the scope of wood science and wood technology can also be dealt with. Research proposals and ideas for related topics are welcome!The PhD-programme is a joint effort of the following science groups: Wood Biology and Wood Products (Prof. Dr. Holger Militz, Prof. Dr. František Hapla) Wood Technology and Wood-based Composites (Prof. Dr. Rupert Wimmer) Forest Botany (Dep. I "Forest Botany and Tree Physiology": Prof. Dr. Andrea Polle, Dep. II "Technical Mycology": Prof. Dr. Alireza Kharazipour, Dep. III "Molecular Wood Biotechnology": Prof. Dr. Ursel Kües) Forest Genetics and Forest Tree Breeding (Prof. Dr. Reiner Finkeldey) Forest Zoology and Forest Conservation (Prof. Dr. Stefan Schütz) Programme name: Wood Biology and Wood Technology Degree: Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.), Dr. rer. nat., Dr. forest. Standard period or study: six semesters Starting semester: Winter semester or summer semester Admission: limited admission (application to the Faculty) Admission requirements: above-average master degree in related fields, short presentation about the motivation for joining this programme Application Deadline:January 1st for summer semester and June 1st for winter semester Language requirement: English (must be certified by TOEFL or IELTS)   [-]

PhD in Physics of Biological and Complex Systems

University of Göttingen
Campus Full time 3 years Open Enrollment Germany Göttingen

The GGNB doctoral program / International Max Planck Research School "Physics of Biological and Complex Systems" is a member of the Göttingen Graduate School for Neurosciences, Biophysics, and Molecular Biosciences (GGNB). The research-oriented program is taught in English and open to students who hold a Master's degree (or equivalent) in the physics, biophysics, chemistry, life sciences, medicine, or related fields. [+]

PhD in Physics of Biological and Complex Systems

 

The GGNB doctoral program / International Max Planck Research School "Physics of Biological and Complex Systems" is a member of the Göttingen Graduate School for Neurosciences and Molecular Biosciences (GGNB). It is conducted jointly by the University of Göttingen, the Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry, and the Max Planck Institute for Dynamics and Self-Organization.The research-oriented program is taught in English and open to students who hold a Master's degree (or equivalent) in the physics, biophysics, chemistry, life sciences, medicine, or related fields.Building upon the increasingly strong links between physics, chemistry and the life sciences, the program aims at advancing the quantitative and molecular understanding of life processes while at the same time exploring new frontiers of physics. Research topics include biomolecular structure and dynamics, biological membranes, motor proteins and pattern formation in systems of interacting cells, neuronal information processing, and hydrodynamics and pattern formation of complex fluids.The program offers cutting-edge advanced microscopy courses and teaches the basics of new cutting-edge techniques essential for studying life processes in combination with quantitative physical approaches and synthetic strategies. An important aim is to overcome traditional barriers between disciplines and expose graduate students to physics, chemistry and biology for a deeper understanding of all areas preparing students for increasingly interdisciplinary life sciences.... [-]


PhD in Solar System Science

University of Göttingen
Campus Full time 6 semesters October 2017 Germany Göttingen

The Solar System School recruits and supports excellent junior researchers, offering them training towards a PhD degree in physics at an international graduate school in a vibrant geo- and astrophysics research environment. [+]

Best Doctorate Programs in South America 2017. International Max Planck Research School for Solar System Science at the University of Göttingen The Solar System School recruits and supports excellent junior researchers, offering them training towards a PhD degree in physics at an international graduate school in a vibrant geo- and astrophysics research environment. The Solar System School The "International Max Planck Research School for Solar System Science at the University of Göttingen" (IMPRS, Solar System School) is a collaboration of the Max Planck Institute for Solar System Research and the University of Göttingen offering an international PhD programme in physics. The Solar System School is a research-oriented graduate programme hosted by the Max Planck Institute (MPS) on the Göttingen Campus in the centre of Germany. In this unique environment, the IMPRS School is run jointly with the Institute for Astrophysics and the Institute of Geophysics. Junior researchers joining the doctoral programme will find that these institutes offer excellent facilities, internationally renowned researchers and experienced teachers, and provide excellent conditions to specialise in the field of Solar System science. The research topics for doctoral theses address scientific problems from all areas of Solar System research represented at the institute, from geophysics and planetary physics to Solar and stellar physics as well as the underlying fundamental physics, computational physics, and space technology. High-profile space missions, outstanding projects for ground-based instruments and data analysis as well as theoretical and extensive numerical modeling provide a wide range of research possibilities for PhD students. During their three-year PhD education, the candidates are advised by senior scientists. About 50 highly qualified doctoral candidates from more than 30 countries study at the Solar System School at any given time. The language of instruction is English. The curriculum has been designed to impart a broad, interdisciplinary and solid scientific education in astronomy and astrophysics, solar physics, and planetary sciences. It also includes additional qualification courses relevant for academic or non-academic careers. Admittance to the programme is competitive and requires a Master of Science degree in physics or a related field, including a written Master's thesis. Calls for applications are issued once a year. Along with each call for applications, the School publishes a list of open PhD projects. Applications must be made through the online application portal. Successful applicants are offered a three-year doctoral support contract as well as postdoc wrap-up funding. Graduate students obtain their PhD degree in a major scientific discipline with optimal career opportunities. [-]

PhD in Molecular Sciences and Biotechnology of Crops and Trees

University of Göttingen
Campus Full time 6 semesters October 2017 Germany Göttingen

The PhD programme „Molecular Sciences and Biotechnology in Crop Production“ forms part of the "Georg-August University School of Science (GAUSS)” graduate school. The interdisciplinary programme is conducted by seven different departments from the participating faculties of Forest Sciences and Forest Ecology, Agricultural Sciences and Biology and is open to PhD candidates with a university Masters degree or diploma in the area of life or environmental sciences, including agricultural and forestry sciences. [+]

The PhD programme "Molecular Sciences and Biotechnology in Crop Production“ forms part of the "Georg-August University School of Science (GAUSS)” graduate school. The interdisciplinary programme is conducted by seven different departments from the participating faculties of Forest Sciences and Forest Ecology, Agricultural Sciences and Biology and is open to PhD candidates with a university Masters degree or diploma in the area of life or environmental sciences, including agricultural and forestry sciences. Students are given the opportunity to conduct an independent research project in their specialist area. In addition, the programme encompasses lectures, seminars, method courses and language and professional skills courses. Based on this spectrum of courses, students can compile their own individual course of studies. Support in the selection of courses and the related administration is provided by the programme coordinator. The programme takes a period of three years to complete. The PhD dissertation can be submitted in English or in German either in the traditional form of a dissertation or as a cumulative collection of several publications. Following the successful defence of the dissertation (viva), the academic title of Ph.D or Dr. rer.nat will be awarded. All courses and seminars are conducted in English. Candidates interested in applying for the programme should contact the coordination office. Application Potential applicants should hold a Master of Science (M.Sc.) or an equivalent academic degree from the fields of life or environmental sciences, including forestry or agricultural sciences (agricultural sciences, biology, biochemistry, chemistry, forestry sciences etc.). Candidates whose first language is not English must also be able to demonstrate their proficiency in English. The application form can be downloaded from the website. Please send all documents outlined in the application form to the coordination office. If you have any further questions regarding the programme, please contact the programme coordinator. The following documents are required for applications: application form transcripts for all courses completed at university (in English or German) certified copies of the relevant university degrees (in English or German) TOEFL (or equivalent proof of proficiency in English) [-]

PhD in Molecular Biology of Cells

University of Göttingen
Campus Full time 6 semesters October 2017 Germany Göttingen

The doctoral program "Molecular Biology of Cells" is a member of the Göttingen Graduate School for Neurosciences, Biophysics, and Molecular Biosciences (GGNB). The research-oriented program is taught in English and open to students who hold a Master's degree (or equivalent) in the biosciences, chemistry, physics, medicine, or related fields. [+]

PhD in Molecular Biology of Cells

 

The doctoral program "Molecular Biology of Cells" is a member of the Göttingen Graduate School for Neurosciences and Molecular Biosciences (GGNB). It is hosted by the Göttingen Center for Molecular Biosciences (GZMB) and is conducted jointly by the University of Göttingen, the Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry, the Max Planck Institute for Experimental Medicine, and the German Primate Center.The research-oriented program is taught in English and open to students who hold a Master's degree (or equivalent) in the biosciences, chemistry, physics, medicine, or related fields.The program accepts students from diverse areas of previous education who share enthusiasm for studying cells. Training is aimed at achieving a comparative understanding of how cell fate and topology are determined, a critical sense of how to apply comprehensive genomic analysis tools, and the ability to set up and test conceptual models for cellular functions.... [-]