Lund University, Department of Business Administration
PhD Students in Business Administration: marketing, social entrepreneurship
The Department of Business Administration has two vacancies for PhD students, one in social entrepreneurship and monetary grassroots innovation, and the other with a focus on new business models for the transport sector.
The PhD programme in Business Administration at Lund University is a four-year program for a doctoral degree. The doctoral degree consists of two parts, courses (90 ECTS credits) and a thesis (150 ECTS credits). The main work task for a PhD student is active participation in the PhD programme, which involves independent research and taking courses that are part of the programme. The two vacancies are connected to the graduate school Agenda 2030.
For more information, including Eligibility/Entry requirements and Application procedure please click here
Deadline: 3rd April 2019
University of Hull PhD studentships
The University of Hull, UK, is currently advertising four PhD studentships connected with the Evolving a Circular Plastics Economy project. The project is one of eight funded by the UK Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council with a view to developing solutions to the problems associated with plastics in the environment. The post holders will be part of a large team of academics, researchers and will also be able to engage with the project partners who represent a wide variety of industry, governmental and non-governmental bodies. The closing date for applications 1 April 2019.
PhD Project 1. New Biodegradable Polymers via Metal-catalysed Polymerization. (PhD Chemistry)
PhD Project 2. AI for Improving Information Workflows. (PhD Computer Science)
PhD Project 3. Universities as Laboratories for Change: Exploring Pathways to a Circular Economy of Plastics. (PhD Human Geography)
PhD Project 4 Improving User Accessibility for Waste Recycling Behaviour via a Symbol Matching System. (PhD Psychology)
Click here for more information (then click on Evolving a Circular Plastics Economy)