Kristiania Announces 17 PhD Fellowships
– We are now starting up our two exciting PhD programmes and are looking for hard working and motivated candidates in the fields of Communication and Leadership as well as Applied Information Technology, says dean Stephan Hamberg at School of Doctoral Studies.
Last December NOKUT (the Norwegian Agency for Quality Assurance in Education) accredited the two PhD programmes from Kristiania, and in July the university college received the right to award the degree philosophiae doctor (PhD). A total of 17 positions for research fellows are now open for applications. Deadline is 15 September.
Please read more about the two doctoral programmes:
All 17 vacant positions can be found through these eight ads, please click to find out more.
Several of these open positions have been linked to existing projects led by experienced scientific staff at Kristiania.
School of Doctoral Studies at Kristiania aim to support PhD candidates in creating new research-based knowledge in the forefront of their respective field of research
– Several of these open positions have been linked to existing projects led by experienced scientific staff at Kristiania, says Hamberg. Please read more about the PhD Projects at Kristiania here!
If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to get in touch with Hamberg.
Kristiania’s new rector, Trine Johansen Meza, has all the needed leaders in place in her new organization.
– This means that we can truly begin the important job of getting candidates through our PhD programmes and see them graduate from Kristiania!