ECONOMICS DOCTORAL PROGRAMME

Faculty of Law
Course Duration / ECTS 6 semesters / 180 ECTS
University degree Doktor / Doktorin der Wirtschaftswissenschaften (Dr.rer.oec.)
Faculty Faculty of Law
Department Social Science and Economics
Mode Full time
Study ID
796 305
Admission Requirements § 64 Abs 4 UG idgF

What will I learn?

Doctoral students of Economics acquire a comprehensive, specialized and systematic knowledge of one of the disciplines of economics (business administration or economics). Graduates have extensive skills helping them to identify novel problems in specialized research, as well as the ability to analyse these problems by considering the possible effects on society and culture. Doctoral students develop appropriate solutions by applying the methods of economics. Moreover, they acquire the academic requirements to contribute independently to the extension of knowledge.

Which career opportunities do I have?

Academic research, public and private enterprises, self-employment (e.g., recruitment consultancy, financial consulting, tax counselling).

Why Salzburg?

Among Salzburg's strengths are its geographically favourable location, the university's international orientation, and its interdisciplinary collaborations. The Department of Social Science and Economics is well integrated into the international research network and fosters manifold collaborations with economical departments of the surrounding universities. 

How is the course structured?

Economics Doctoral Programme

Doctoral seminars10 ECTS
Courses10 ECTS
Extra academic performances10 ECTS
Dissertation150 ECTS
Total180 ECTS

Contact

Bild Hannes Winner
Univ.-Prof. Dr. Hannes Winner Head of the curriculum committee of the doctoral programme in Economics
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hannes.winner@sbg.ac.at
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