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Doctoral degree programme in Business Economics

The doctoral degree programme in Business Economics (Wirtschaftswissenschaften) at the University of Liechtenstein is geared to international standards and criteria. We build our reputation on education through research – and on education in research. Our aim is to develop and promote emerging researchers as an extension of the Master’s degree, and at other stages of their careers.

At the University of Liechtenstein budding researchers with a Master's degree or equivalent (diploma) in business sciences/business economics with excellent records can scientifically investigate subjects within the R&D frame of the university in one of the following research focal points:

  • Entrepreneurship and Management: Growth and Complexity
  • International Financial Services: Wealth Management (Banking, Finance, Tax)
  • Information Systems: Business Process Management

 

 

 

Small but well connected university with excellent teaching and research conditions
Studying and researching in small groups
Doctoral students as fully integrated members of the university’s research community

 

 

Fact sheet


Academic degree: Doktor der Wirtschaftswissenschaften (Dr. rer. oec.) - official translation: Doctor of Philosophy in Business Economics (PhD)


Programme start: September or February


Duration: 3 to 5 years


Intake per year: The number of places is limited and subject to availability.


Language of instruction: German and English


Credits: 20 ECTS (Preparation phase) | 10 ECTS (Dissertation phase)


Application deadline: 31 May (start winter semester) | 31 October (start summer semester)


Tuition fee: CHF 950,-  (EU/EEA and Swiss citizens); CHF 1‘250,- (other citizens) per semester

 

 

 

For further information please get in touch directly with our supervising professors.



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