The Next Generation Scholarship for PhD Candidates at Modul University is open for Austria Students. The scholarship allows PhD level programm(s) in the field of Tourism, Enterpreneurship, Administration & Leadership, Governance, Economics, Consumer Behaviour taught at MODUL University Vienna . The deadline of the scholarship is expired at 31 May 2020.
Modul University strives for passing on knowledge and introducing new colleagues into the world of academic science. We want to foster the options of the next generations through innovative research that addresses the needs of the economy and society of the upcoming generations, conducted by its young academic members themselves. The forward-looking topics refer to research focuses of our interdisciplinary faculty with an immediate application to the needs of industry and society. The topics cover the range from the societal to the individual level, and bridge the gap between various scientific areas such as economics and business, social and political sciences, and psychology.
Therefore, PhD candidates who submit a research proposal regarding one of the following topics may also apply for a scholarship. Successful applicants will be granted a substantial reduction or even a scholarship up to 50% of the tuition fees of €45,000.
The Next Generation Scholarship for PhD Candidates at Modul University is available to undertake PhD level programs at MODUL University Vienna.
Following subject are available to study under this scholarship program.
Administration & Leadership
Sustainable Tourism and Sustainability of Tourism
Social Entrepreneurship and Investment
Technology-based Observation and Forecasting of Economic and Societal Trends
Sustainable Consumer Behavior
Sustainable Management and Leadership
Sustainable Governance, Social Sustainability and the Well-being of Societies
Digital consumers and Service Innovation
Successful applicants will be granted a substantial reduction or even a scholarship up to 50% of the tuition fees of €45,000.
Applications are open from Austria.
Please click here for instructions on how to apply. It has to contain a research proposal according to one of the research areas as listed above. The exposé of about 5 to 10 pages should cover:
The relevance of the intended research
The current state of knowledge about the topic and a characterization of usual conceptual approaches
The research question
The planned methodology and its feasibility and how the costs of data collection will be financed
Potential or expected outcomes, the benefit for industry and/or society, and foreseeable points of criticism and discussion
The proposal is not considered binding for the actual dissertation which will be written in case of a successful application.
The application must also include a written statement by a MU Vienna Professor willing to supervise the candidate.