University of Graz Doctoral Program In Accounting, Reporting, & Taxation For International Students 2011

University of Graz Doctoral Program In Accounting, Reporting, & Taxation For International Students 2011

About University of Graz:
The University of Graz is one of the largest institutions of higher education in Austria. With approximately 27,000 students and 3,500 employees, it makes an essential contribution to the vibrant life of the Styrian capital. Diversity and a wide scope characterise the education programmes at the six faculties. Students can choose from more than 100 bachelor, master and diploma programmes.
DART – the Doctoral Program in Accounting, Reporting, and Taxation – aims at training future leaders in accounting research and in specialist areas of practice to combine a strong tradition in institutions and norms with an emphasis on international state-of-the-art research methodology. The faculty involved in DART is well positioned to provide training for doctoral students and to supervise their research.
DART brings together all major accounting researchers in this area of Austria, who excel in the international academic accounting community. All of the members have published high-quality work in international journals. Since they are located at three major universities in Austria (the University of Graz, the University of Vienna, and the Vienna University of Economics and Business), DART is a joint project. DART offers an internationally accepted program located in Austria for educating young talent in accounting.
DART is committed to recruiting the finest calibre students of all backgrounds from all over the world. We strive to attain the highest level of academic excellence in teaching and research in pursuit of our goal of producing researchers who reflect the institution’s high-quality standards with distinction and honour. As an international research and academic training institution, we are proud to host excellent research students with a wide range of nationalities.
DART is funded by the Austrian Science Fund. In accordance with the Austrian Science Fund’s guidelines for doctoral programs, DART scholarship holders are paid a salary for a period of 3-4 years. The annual salary after taxes and social security contributions amounts to approximately 18,000 Euros. Given the costs for living and housing in Graz or Vienna, this salary enables the scholarship holders to concentrate on their studies.
Scholarships will be granted for a three-year period. For scholarship holders who spend a research period of at least six months at a qualified university outside of Austria, this period can be extended to up to four years.
Last Date To Apply: 31.3.2011
Universitätsplatz 3
A – 8010 Graz
Tel./Phone: ++43 316 380-0
Telefax: ++43 316 380-9030

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