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20 PhD Studentships at Reading University

The Centre runs a highly successful PhD programme recruiting high calibre students from all over the world.

Key features:

Scholarships of up to £15,000
3 studentships which are funded by market participants including the Financial Services Authority (FSA).

Entry October 2009

Asset Pricing
Corporate Governance
Credit Risk
Equity and Futures Markets
Football Finance
Financial Econometrics
Hedge Funds
Hedging Strategies
High Frequency Econometrics
Historical Finance
Islamic Finance
Market Microstructure
Option Pricing and Hedging
Pension Schemes
Portfolio Management and Performance Assessment
Quantitative Finance
Real Estate Finance and Options
Volatility Analysis and Models

We seek highly motivated individuals with an appropriate academic background (generally a Distinction at MSc level in a finance-related subject) from a good university. We encourage applied and relevant research and our strong connections with many financial firms allow students to gain industry experience during their doctoral research, if they wish. Biographies of and some papers written by, our current PhD students can be viewed at www.icmacentre. ac.uk/about_ us/doctoral_ research_ staff.

Every year we offer funding for up to 20 PhD studentships, of full fees plus up to £15,000 living allowance. Scholarships are normally for three years, subject to progress. Successful candidates will be required to provide approximately 60-70 hours of teaching assistance on our MSc and/or BSc degrees annually, always working closely with appropriate faculty. Visit the Scholarships page for more information on how to apply.

http://www.icmacent re.ac.uk/ phd_programme

http://www.icmacent re.ac.uk/ study_and_ research/ phd_programme/ phd_scholarships

PhD Scholarships

Every year we offer funding for up to 20 PhD studentships of full fees plus up to £15,000 living allowance. All scholarships are awarded for 1 year and are renewable for another 2 years, subject to progress.

Successful candidates will be required to provide approximately 60-70 hours of teaching assistance on our MSc and/or BSc degrees annually, always working closely with appropriate faculty.

The deadline for 2009 applications is Friday 26 June.

http://www.jobs. ac.uk/jobs/ BO946/Doctoral_ Opportunities_ at_the_ICMA_ Centre/


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