2012 DART – Doctoral Program in Accounting, Reporting, and Taxation, Austria

The doctoral program 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. A distinguishing feature of DART is the focus on an internationally accepted research methodology in accounting. DART offers the opportunity to conduct research in the following research areas

-Students admitted to DART are required to enrol in the appropriate formal doctoral program at one of the three participating universities. – Each of these doctoral programs offers one year of coursework and specialized courses after the first year -PhD students who already have funding from other sources (e.g. universities and specific projects) can also apply for DART membership as associated doctoral students. – They are subject to the same application procedures and qualification criteria as students with scholarships

Scholarship Deadline: March 31st, 2012

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