4-year PhD in Economics at Ca' Foscari: 8 places, 7 scholarships

The PhD Program in Economics at Ca’ Foscari University of Venice aims at training selected students for a career as economists in academic institutions or in research departments of national and international organizations, public institutions, private corporations, central banks, financial institutions.  Our recent PhDs first placement include positions both in Italian and foreign Universities such as University of Lausanne, Goethe University Frankfurt, Free University Bozen, Luiss Guido Carli Rome, University of Padova, King’s College London, Boston University, University of Gondar,  Zhongnan University and Obafemi Awolowo Univerisity. Some PhDs were employed by private companies such as Morgan Stanley, Microsoft, Euromontor International and public and private research centers: OECD; World Bank, European Central Bank, Banca d’Italia, Bundesbank, Banque Centrale du Luxembourg, Ecuador Ministry of Education, Tertiary Education commissio, New Zealand.

The considerable diversification of research areas covered by the members of Department of Economics and their international reputation provide an excellent environment where students of most fields in economics can find research ideas and tight guidance for their doctoral studies.

For academic year 2018-2019, 8 positions are available:

-        7 fully funded 4-years scholarships positions (15.000 euros gross/year)

-        1  position reserved to students with own external scholarship of comparable amount.

Details about the application and requirements for each positions can be found at:

-        http://www.unive.it/phdapplication

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48 Months

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Phd programs

Certifications & Titles

Ph.D. in Economics

Study Options

Full Time

Funding Options

7 fully funded scholarship, one place reserved to non-Italian studients with own scholarship

Cannaregio 873, 30121

Venice , Italy

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