23.31, Jobs: Communication: PhD Scholar, NHH Norwegian School of Economics

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Subject: 23.31, Jobs: Communication: PhD Scholar, NHH Norwegian School of Economics

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Date: 03-Jan-2012
From: Gisle Andersen [phd at nhh.no]
Subject: Professional/Intercultural Communication: Researcher/PhD Scholar, NHH Norwegian School of Economics, Bergen, Norway


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Date: Tue, 03 Jan 2012 15:57:55
From: Gisle Andersen [phd at nhh.no]
Subject: Professional/Intercultural Communication: Researcher/PhD Scholar, NHH Norwegian School of Economics, Bergen, Norway

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University or Organization: NHH Norwegian School of Economics 
Department: Dept of Professional & Intercultural Communication
Job Location: Bergen, Norway 
Web Address: http://www.nhh.no/en/research---faculty/department-of-professional-and-intercultural-communication.aspx
Job Rank: Researcher/PhD Scholar  

Specialty Areas: Professional/Intercultural Communication


Description:

PhD research position in professional/intercultural communication

The Norwegian School of Economics is pleased to announce the 
availability of a limited number of PhD Research Scholarships. These 
scholarships are available for the six specializations in the PhD programme 
at NHH; Accounting and Auditing, Economics, Professional and 
Intercultural Communication, Finance, Management Science, and Strategy 
and Management. 

The PhD programme offered by the Department of Professional and 
Intercultural Communication aims to give dedicated students solid training 
in performing high quality research within one of the Department's five 
research areas: language resources and technology, terminology and 
terminography, discourse analysis and genre studies, specialised 
translation, and intercultural communication. Candidates may be included in 
current research projects. 

The programme is based on close cooperation with other national and 
international institutions offering similar programmes. The Department is a 
member of The National Research School in Language Science and 
Philology.
 
Each scholarship is for a period of four years and combines taking a PhD 
programme at NHH with working as a research scholar. PhD research 
scholars are required to work as a teaching and/or research assistant for 
the department they are admitted to on enrolling in the PhD programme. 
The work requirement corresponds to 25 % of a full position a year, with the 
remaining 75 % being dedicated to the successful completion of a PhD.

The annual salary for PhD research Scholars is set according to the 
Norwegian State Salary Scale: State Salary Scale 48, which is currently 
391,100 NOK gross (approximately EUR 51,000 or about USD 67,000). 
The scholarships are subject to Norwegian taxes and benefits, including 
health care provision and membership of the Norwegian Public Service 
Pension Fund.

Applicants must fulfil the admission requirements of the PhD programme. 
Qualified applicants with research proposals that fit best with the research 
interests of the department concerned will be prioritised. The prioritised 
research areas within Accounting and Auditing, Economics, Professional 
and Intercultural Communication, Finance, Management Science, and 
Strategy and Management are outlined in the programme information 
provided for each of the six specialisations. In the event of equivalent 
qualifications, female applicants will be given preference.

Further information about the PhD programme and admission requirements 
can be found at http://www.nhh.no/phd. Enquiries regarding admission 
requirements, PhD Research Scholarships, application procedures, etc. 
may be directed to the PhD admission office at NHH: phd at nhh.no.

The application for the PhD Research Scholarships is combined with the 
overall application to the PhD programme. All applicants to the PhD 
programme will automatically be considered for scholarships, unless they 
request otherwise. The deadline for the current round of applications is 1 
February 2012.

To apply for this position, go to the application URL below.


Application Deadline: 01-Feb-2012 
	  
Web Address for Applications: http://nhh.easycruit.com/vacancy/652209/33313?iso=gb 
Contact Information:
	Gisle Andersen 
	Email: phd at nhh.no 




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