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EDHEC PhD in Finance doctoral research seminars in 2017

After completing their core courses, PhD in Finance candidates will advance to the second stage of the curriculum and select the elective courses that will help them with their dissertation work…
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1 Jul 2017

After completing their core courses, PhD in Finance candidates will advance to the second stage of the curriculum and select the elective courses that will help them with their dissertation work. Candidates must take a minimum of five elective seminars across their second and third years.

Electives offered in the 2017 academic year to PhD candidates form a balanced portfolio of seminars presenting conceptual advances and state-of-the-art quantitative methods. PhD in Finance candidates will have the privilege of learning from the world’s leading specialists in these areas.

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