Erfolg & Erlebnis
Eighteen candidates are accepted at the University of Applied Sciences for the International Joint Cross-Border PhD Programme in International Economic Relations and Management.
Registration deadline: 31 July 2017
Registrations for the International Joint Cross-Border PhD Programme in International Economic Relations and Management by the given deadline will be considered for the next academic year.
Candidates may register using the application form(.docx).
The personal interview consists of two parts:
Part A of the personal interview consists of a short Power-Point presentation about the candidate’s previous education, professional experience, additional qualifications, reasons for applying for this study and any other issues the candidate considers to be important.
Part B consists of a Power-Point presentation on the candidate´s current research proposal.
There are some Golden Rules for your personal interview
When drafting your rough idea or exposé for presenting it before the board of examiners in your personal interview, bear in mind that professors reviewing your application will often have to read a large number of applications with research proposals. Therefore, clearly-written and wellpresented papers are more likely to stick in the reviewer´s mind.
Example of structure of your research proposal for your individual presentation:
There are some golden rules which can contribute to a good proposal:
Notice: If the candidate does not attend the interview without an argumentative reason, he/she will be excluded from the admission procedure.
Decision about the application
Candidates are evaluated, ranked and informed in writing about their application and their admission result.
Candidates who are not offered a firm place are put on a waiting list and move up the list if other candidates decide to drop out. Late registrations will only be considered if there are places available on the study programme.