Doctoral Fellowships at Max Planck Research School November 25, 2008Posted by yenonorsa in Beasiswa S3.
The IMPRS-CI offers several
to outstanding students interested in the integration of the three
disciplines law, business administration and economics, and the study
of the nexuses between patent law and innovation, copyright law and
creativity, and market transparency and competition.
The PhD program is open to excellent applicants holding the equivalent
of a German Diploma, Master’s degree or state examination in law,
economics or management. The selection procedure includes an interview
of short-listed candidates.
Fellowships are granted to all Ph.D. students for the duration of
three years. Successful candidates will be offered a stipend of about
1.100 EUR monthly.
Application deadline: March 31, 2009.
Programme start: October 2009.