PhD scholarship at University of Aarhus

1 - PhD scholarship in Informatics - Position 544-0111
The Informatics Research Group conduct research in organisational, managerial and business development aspects using information systems in organisations. Our main interest is on the management and implementation of Integrated Enterprise Systems.
PhD students in Denmark work under very favourable terms: They are employed on a full-time basis for three years and receive a salary in the entire period. The salary is enough to cover all necessary accommodation and living costs and for leading an active life. A PhD student does not pay university fees.
PhD students at Aarhus School of Business, University of Aarhus (ASB), work under almost the same terms as other research staff, i.e. they have their own office space with a computer, incl. Internet access, email, phone etc., as well as access to secretarial assistance etc. Moreover, expenses in connection with the scientific work are covered, e.g. participation in research courses and academic conferences in Denmark and abroad.
There are also good and well-paid job opportunities in Denmark for people with a PhD degree, both within and outside the university sector.
A PhD student in Denmark must complete an individually planned PhD course programme within the relevant research area and conduct a research project under the supervision of experienced senior researchers. The PhD student is also expected, as part of the programme, to spend some time (up to six months), with coverage of travel and accommodation expenses, at another – often foreign – research institution. During the programme, the PhD student is further expected to gain teaching experience within the subject area as well as experience with other forms of dissemination of research results. ASB also finances participation in relevant PhD courses and scientific conferences. In addition, it is expected that PhD students participate in and contribute to the other activities of the department.
Conditions of employment The PhD fellowship has duration of three years. Graduates and students expecting to complete their study programme in the near future may apply for the fellowship. The employment is covered by a national collective agreement.
The applicant’s research potential will be the determining factor for a positive academic assessment. Exam results will also be assessed. For further information on admission criteria and ASB’s PhD programme, please go to: http://www.asb.dk/research/phd.aspx.
If you have any questions about the fellowship etc., please feel free to contact Henrik Scriver, deputy head, tel. +45 8948 6560, email: hsc@asb.dk.
Application The application must be submitted on a special application form which can be downloaded from: http://www.hha.dk/sekr/fuu/anskemaeng.doc or requested from Kirsten Hedegaard Fynsk, tel. +45 8948 6567, email: kihf@asb.dk.
The following material must be submitted:
  • Application form (scholarship no. 544-0111)
  • Project description (max. 5 pages), including the expected theoretical and methodological approach.
  • Graduate diploma (including a list of all grades)
  • CV
  • Other material, if any (e.g. publications), which should be taken into account in the assessment

Questions about the preparation of the project description may be directed to Head of Department, Michael Christensen at mic@asb.dk.

The application and attachments must be submitted in sets (without binding) in five copies by ordinary mail to Aarhus School of Business, University of Aarhus, Management Office, Fuglesangs Allé 4, 8210 Aarhus V, Denmark, Attn.: Kirsten Hedegaard Fynsk, or via e-mail to kihf@asb.dk.

2 - PhD scholarship in Logistics/SCM - Position 544-0112

The Logistics/SCM research group is organized in CORAL – Centre for Operations Research Applications in Logistics. The Centre focuses on the effective and efficient flow of goods and services, and the related flows of information and cash, where SCM adds a process-oriented and cross-company perspective. The research methodology in Logistics/SCM at the department is based on Management Science/Operations Research.


PhD students in Denmark work under very favourable terms: They are employed on a full-time basis for three years and receive a salary in the entire period. The salary is enough to cover all necessary accommodation and living costs and for leading an active life. A PhD student does not pay university fees.


PhD students at Aarhus School of Business, University of Aarhus (ASB), work under almost the same terms as other research staff, i.e. they have their own office space with a computer, incl. Internet access, email, phone etc., as well as access to secretarial assistance etc. Moreover, expenses in connection with the scientific work are covered, e.g. participation in research courses and academic conferences in Denmark and abroad.


There are also good and well-paid job opportunities in Denmark for people with a PhD degree, both within and outside the university sector.


A PhD student in Denmark must complete an individually planned PhD course programme within the relevant research area and conduct a research project under the supervision of experienced senior researchers. The PhD student is also expected, as part of the programme, to spend some time (up to six months), with coverage of travel and accommodation expenses, at another – often foreign – research institution. During the programme, the PhD student is further expected to gain teaching experience within the subject area as well as experience with other forms of dissemination of research results. ASB also finances participation in relevant PhD courses and scientific conferences. In addition, it is expected that PhD students participate in and contribute to the other activities of the department.


Conditions of employment The PhD fellowship has duration of three years. Graduates and students expecting to complete their study programme in the near future may apply for the fellowship. The employment is covered by a national collective agreement.


The applicant’s research potential will be the determining factor for a positive academic assessment. Exam results will also be assessed. For further information on admission criteria and ASB’s PhD programme, please go to:
http://www.asb.dk/research/phd.aspx.

If you have any questions about the fellowship etc., please feel free to contact Henrik Scriver, deputy head, tel. +45 8948 6560, email: hsc@asb.dk.

Application The application must be submitted on a special application form which can be downloaded from: http://www.hha.dk/sekr/fuu/anskemaeng.doc or requested from Kirsten Hedegaard Fynsk, tel. +45 8948 6567, email: kihf@asb.dk.

The following material must be submitted:

  • Application form (scholarship no. 544-0112)
  • Project description (max. 5 pages), including the expected theoretical and methodological approach.
  • Graduate diploma (including a list of all grades)
  • CV
  • Other material, if any (e.g. publications), which should be taken into account in the assessment

Questions about the preparation of the project description may be directed to Head of Department, Michael Christensen at mic@asb.dk.

The application and attachments must be submitted in sets (without binding) in five copies by ordinary mail to Aarhus School of Business, University of Aarhus, Management Office, Fuglesangs Allé 4, 8210 Aarhus V, Denmark, Attn.: Kirsten Hedegaard Fynsk, or via e-mail to kihf@asb.dk.

3-PhD scholarship in Finance - Position 544-0110

The research fields of the Finance Research Group focuses on financial markets, financial institutions, and related areas with the aim to analyse how these markets work. The main areas of research comprise asset pricing, corporate finance and money & banking.


PhD students in Denmark work under very favourable terms: They are employed on a full-time basis for three years and receive a salary in the entire period. The salary is enough to cover all necessary accommodation and living costs and for leading an active life. A PhD student does not pay university fees.

PhD students at Aarhus School of Business, University of Aarhus (ASB), work under almost the same terms as other research staff, i.e. they have their own office space with a computer, incl. Internet access, email, phone etc., as well as access to secretarial assistance etc. Moreover, expenses in connection with the scientific work are covered, e.g. participation in research courses and academic conferences in Denmark and abroad.

There are also good and well-paid job opportunities in Denmark for people with a PhD degree, both within and outside the university sector.

A PhD student in Denmark must complete an individually planned PhD course programme within the relevant research area and conduct a research project under the supervision of experienced senior researchers. The PhD student is also expected, as part of the programme, to spend some time (up to six months), with coverage of travel and accommodation expenses, at another – often foreign – research institution. During the programme, the PhD student is further expected to gain teaching experience within the subject area as well as experience with other forms of dissemination of research results. ASB also finances participation in relevant PhD courses and scientific conferences. In addition, it is expected that PhD students participate in and contribute to the other activities of the department.

Conditions of employment The PhD fellowship has duration of three years. Graduates and students expecting to complete their study programme in the near future may apply for the fellowship. The employment is covered by a national collective agreement.

The applicant’s research potential will be the determining factor for a positive academic assessment. Exam results will also be assessed. For further information on admission criteria and ASB’s PhD programme, please go to: http://www.asb.dk/research/phd.aspx.

If you have any questions about the fellowship etc., please feel free to contact Henrik Scriver, deputy head, tel. +45 8948 6560, email: hsc@asb.dk.

Application The application must be submitted on a special application form which can be downloaded from: http://www.hha.dk/sekr/fuu/anskemaeng.doc or requested from Kirsten Hedegaard Fynsk, tel. +45 8948 6567, email: kihf@asb.dk.

The following material must be submitted:

  • Application form (scholarship no. 544-0110)
  • Project description (max. 5 pages), including the expected theoretical and methodological approach.
  • Graduate diploma (including a list of all grades)
  • CV
  • Other material, if any (e.g. publications), which should be taken into account in the assessment

Questions about the preparation of the project description may be directed to Head of Department, Michael Christensen at mic@asb.dk.

The application and attachments must be submitted in sets (without binding) in five copies by ordinary mail to Aarhus School of Business, University of Aarhus, Management Office, Fuglesangs Allé 4, 8210 Aarhus V, Denmark, Attn.: Kirsten Hedegaard Fynsk, or via e-mail to kihf@asb.dk.

4-PhD scholarship in Accounting - Position 544-0109

The research area of the Accounting Research Group covers management accounting and control, financial accounting and auditing. The accounting research group has a broad range of research interests in the fields of financial accounting, corporate governance, cost accounting, management information systems, performance measurements and management control. As well as undertaking research in specific accounting techniques, we are concerned about methodological and social aspects of management accounting.

PhD students in Denmark work under very favourable terms: They are employed on a full-time basis for three years and receive a salary in the entire period. The salary is enough to cover all necessary accommodation and living costs and for leading an active life. A PhD student does not pay university fees.

PhD students at Aarhus School of Business, University of Aarhus (ASB), work under almost the same terms as other research staff, i.e. they have their own office space with a computer, incl. Internet access, email, phone etc., as well as access to secretarial assistance etc. Moreover, expenses in connection with the scientific work are covered, e.g. participation in research courses and academic conferences in Denmark and abroad.

There are also good and well-paid job opportunities in Denmark for people with a PhD degree, both within and outside the university sector.

A PhD student in Denmark must complete an individually planned PhD course programme within the relevant research area and conduct a research project under the supervision of experienced senior researchers. The PhD student is also expected, as part of the programme, to spend some time (up to six months), with coverage of travel and accommodation expenses, at another – often foreign – research institution. During the programme, the PhD student is further expected to gain teaching experience within the subject area as well as experience with other forms of dissemination of research results. ASB also finances participation in relevant PhD courses and scientific conferences. In addition, it is expected that PhD students participate in and contribute to the other activities of the department.

Conditions of employment The PhD fellowship has duration of three years. Graduates and students expecting to complete their study programme in the near future may apply for the fellowship. The employment is covered by a national collective agreement.

The applicant’s research potential will be the determining factor for a positive academic assessment. Exam results will also be assessed. For further information on admission criteria and ASB’s PhD programme, please go to: http://www.asb.dk/research/phd.aspx.

If you have any questions about the fellowship etc., please feel free to contact Henrik Scriver, deputy head, tel. +45 8948 6560, email: hsc@asb.dk.

Application The application must be submitted on a special application form which can be downloaded from: http://www.hha.dk/sekr/fuu/anskemaeng.doc or requested from Kirsten Hedegaard Fynsk, tel. +45 8948 6567, email: kihf@asb.dk.

The following material must be submitted:

  • Application form (scholarship no. 544-0109)
  • Project description (max. 5 pages), including the expected theoretical and methodological approach.
  • Graduate diploma including a list of all grades (including
  • CV
  • Other material, if any (e.g. publications), which should be taken into account in the assessment

Questions about the preparation of the project description may be directed to Head of Department, Michael Christensen at mic@asb.dk.

The application and attachments must be submitted in sets (without binding) in five copies by ordinary mail to Aarhus School of Business, University of Aarhus, Management Office, Fuglesangs Allé 4, 8210 Aarhus V, Denmark, Attn.: Kirsten Hedegaard Fynsk, or via e-mail to kihf@asb.dk.

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