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PhDDoctoral School of Economics, Business and Informatics [Engineering Science] (Business and Informatics)

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Program description:
The Doctoral Program of Business Informatics is a multidisciplinary programme, its fields of training are business and management and computer sciences. The programme is offered primarily to those, who have an MA in Business Information Technology or Marketing, but students with a similar qualification and an interest in business administration, information technology, future studies or applied mathematics can also apply. Areas of specialization: 1) Information management and business informatics 2) Data analysis and modelling 3) Economic- and social statistics 4) Future studies 5) Media and IT regulation Duration of training: 8 semesters Number of credits to be achieved in the frame of the program: 240 (educational, publication, research and teaching credits) The units of the programme: 1) Educational and research unit (4 semesters, 120 credits) The unit ends with the complex exam. 2) Research and thesis writing unit (4 semesters, 120 credits) This unit includes the defence of the thesis-proposal and the final doctoral thesis.

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MA/MSc diploma

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All applicants undergo a preliminary selection process based on their submitted documents. Applicants recommended for further evaluation will be invited to an oral exam (entry interview) conducted via skype. The oral exam surveys the applicant’s intellectual capacity and ability for scientific work. The examination committee draws up a score showing the complex assessment of the candidates, and summarizes the results. It ranks the applicants on the resulting scale of 100 points.


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