The executive classrooms used for the PhD in Finance programme in London and Nice allow multimedia communication over the Internet and on-demand broadcasting of class sessions. PhD in Finance candidates can replay courses, seminars, and workshops attended physically, and access the multimedia recordings of past courses, seminars, workshops, and presentations.
The School’s e-learning platform allows participants to view programme information and announcements, access course material and audio-video recordings of class sessions synchronised with supporting slides, communicate with faculty and peers, and set up workgroups.
The School’s electronic library offers on- and off-campus full-text access to scientific journals, business periodicals, and a growing collection of books. For journals and periodicals, the School subscribes to EBSCO’s EconLit and Business Source Complete, JSTOR, Emerald, and DowJones Factiva. PhD in Finance candidates enjoy access to over twenty five major research databases in the fields of finance and economics, and to ready-to-use research tools via the School’s subscription to Wharton Research Data Services.
The EDHEC PhD in Finance is offered in Europe, from London and Nice.
A minimum of five elective seminars are offered every year.
All programme participants have electronic access to courses, seminars, workshops, and presentations given in London and Nice.
EDHEC Business School’s Nice campus is in an elegant and modern complex overlooking the Mediterranean Sea in the vicinity of the Nice-Côte d’Azur International Airport, which offers daily flights to and from over twenty French destinations and some sixty major international cities. While in Nice, PhD in Finance candidates benefit from a dedicated executive classroom, breakout lounge, and resource centre.
Located at 10 Fleet Place in a state-of-the-art office building, the School’s London executive campus is in the very heart of the City, less than half an hour from Saint Pancras International and London City airport, and one hour away from Heathrow and Gatwick airports; it includes a high-tech executive classroom, offices for permanent resident faculty and researchers and visiting professors, a lounge for students and faculty, and a resource centre.