KEDGE PhD Programme
The Kedge PhD normally lasts three to four years of full-time study in either Bordeaux or Marseille, France. It consists of two phases. Job Description for funded places: - Approximately 50% of the position’s time will be dedicated to the completion of doctoral studies, - Approximately 50% of the position’s time will be dedicated to providing teaching and research support.
- Training in research methods
- Attendance of and presentation at internal research seminars and the internal PhD Day
- Develop independent research project in conjunction with supervisors
- Writing, submitting and defending the PhD Thesis
- Presentation at research seminars and the PhD Day
- Attendance of and presentation at external conferences
Students who hold a Research Masters may, on very rare instances, be directly accepted to Phase 2 of the PhD programme.
Following the 3-paper model, a PhD thesis at KEDGE consists of three related academic papers, which are presented at leading conferences and ultimately submitted to high-quality academic journals. The PhD programme offers extensive training in research methods; students are also encouraged to regularly attend research seminars. Our PhD students furthermore are expected to teach on undergraduate and masters’ courses, which is normally undertaken in English. Training in pedagogy is available.