Funding for: UK Students, EU Students, International Students
Funding amount: £16,057 per annum for full-time study over 4 years
Cass Business School at City University London invites outstanding students to apply for the full-time PhD Program in Actuarial Science, Accounting, Finance and Management starting September 2016. Full scholarships, including a fee waiver, will be offered to successful candidates.
As part of our growth strategy we have hired several world-class faculty members across all areas of actuarial science, accounting, finance and management. This has helped to establish Cass as a centre of excellence, complementing our location in the heart of the City of London. We offer a stimulating learning and research environment, and a reinvigorated PhD program. The first year of the PhD comprises a rigorous set of examined courses in the key discipline fields. Upon the successful completion of these courses students start to conduct research projects under faculty supervision while continuing their development with advanced field courses, training in learning and teaching, and access to world-leading scholars who present at our weekly research seminars.
Applications are sought from exceptional UK and overseas graduates and will be given to students on the basis of outstanding academic achievement and research potential in the following subject areas:
Actuarial Science and Insurance:
Finance - We welcome applications in all areas of finance but we particularly encourage students wishing to research:
In addition, students with an interest in conducting theoretical research in any field are especially welcomed.
A full list of our research interests can be found at:
Cass graduates can look forward to a rewarding career at leading academic and policy institutions. Recent finance graduates have been placed at Cambridge Judge Business School, Cranfield University, Melbourne University, Rotterdam School of Management, Pennsylvania State University, the University of Paris and the Bank of England.
Online application is now open and interested students are encouraged to apply as soon as possible.
Questions on the process, application, entry requirements should be made to [email protected]
The Cass PhD program and the application can be found at: www.cass.city.ac.uk/courses/phd/how-to-apply
Applications close on 29th February 2016 but high quality applicants may be made fast-tracked offers before that date.