The Study Centre Hohewarte (SHW) is cooperating successfully for years with universities at home and abroad in the field of doctoral study programs. The offer of this PhD program reflects the current education trend that also Degrees and Diplomas Europe's borders have fallen. The new European Higher Education Area is also the study centre Hohewarte feels connected.
The philosophy of the study centre is characterized by responding to individual requirements and needs of the students. The above-average success and satisfaction rate of graduates is based on methodological work in small groups and interactive learning and teaching at a high academic level directly related to the practical daily work of students.
Audience and Prerequisites
The target audience for this doctoral program are university graduates with a degree from the second academic level (Master, Bachelor + Master, engineer) or a comparable academic training who aspire to a higher academic qualification and want to realize the promotion part-time in the foreseeable future.
From student applicants is a University degree with 300 ECTS Credits (master's degree, bachelor's and 180 master 120) or demonstrate a comparable academic training.
For admissions following documents must be submitted:
- CV english
- certified copies of graduation (diploma certificate, degree certificate, Diploma Supplement)
- Dissertation Draft: Framework project description on the subject of dissertation (scope of 10 pages)
- copy of passport
Study organisation and curriculum
This part-time doctoral program is tailored to the needs of the target group. Besides the Dissertantenseminaren and seminars on the compulsory and elective subjects scientific activity comprises mainly the drafting of the thesis and the publication of research results in prestigious international media as well as the active participation in the scientific conferences.
The courses can be attended online or classroom sessions and are presented mostly in English. Mandatory subjects:
- Macroeconomics and Micro Economics
- Quantitative methods in business management research
- Selected chapters on Management
- Selected chapters on Business Management
- Financial Management I
- Financial Management II
- Methods of Optimization of Business Management
- innovation management
- marketing management
- Strategic HRM
The individual composition of the study program is carried out in consultation with the academic supervisor. The curriculum includes a total of 4 compulsory and 2 elective courses.
The publication of the research results in the dissertation topic in international trade media is mandatory. Interim results of the thesis will be presented at scientific conferences.
Can be stored at the earliest after the first year, if by then at least 75 credits were worked out.
At the conclusion of the study the submitted dissertation before a committee of the university to defend for management.
Degree: Philosophiae Doctor (PhD.)
The title is awarded by the Academy of Management Bratislava. The School of Management is an accredited private college Slovak.
This doctoral program the College of Management is a part-time research-based academic training for managers in industry and government. After achieving an appropriate scientific qualification, this course leads in four years for PhD Philosophiae Doctor (PhD.).
The focus of the doctoral program is from the start on the elaboration of the thesis as well as a parallel Begleitstudium that with an independent examination (dissertation examination) closes. The dissertation is about 130 - include 150 pages.
To ensure that benefit the previous practical work focuses on the dissertation, the thematic ideas of the PhD in cooperation with the scientific supervisors are largely integrated in the doctoral project. In this way, an appropriate professional use of academic work and a more manageable length of study are possible.
- Dissertation: about 130-150 pages
- 2- 3 publications in scientific journals
- Participation in 2 - 3 Science Conferences
- Scientific (teaching) activity
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Last updated October 23, 2017