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LINGUIST List 19.2027

Wed Jun 25 2008

Jobs: Modern Langs & Ling: PhD scholarship, Copenhagen Business School

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        1.    Rikke Kloch, Modern Languages & Linguistics: PhD scholarship, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark

Message 1: Modern Languages & Linguistics: PhD scholarship, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark
Date: 20-Jun-2008
From: Rikke Kloch <rk.personalecbs.dk>
Subject: Modern Languages & Linguistics: PhD scholarship, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark
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University or Organization: Copenhagen Business School
Department: International Language Studies
Job Location: Copenhagen, Denmark
Web Address: http://cbs.dk
Job Rank: PhD scholarship

Specialty Areas: General Linguistics; Modern Languages & Linguistics

Required Language(s): Danish (dan)
                            English (eng)
                            French (fra)
                            German, Standard (deu)
                            Spanish (spa)


The Department of International Language Studies and Computational
Linguistics invites applications for a vacant PhD scholarship in modern
languages / linguistics. The position is available from 1 January 2009.

The scholarship will be awarded to a project which uses modern languages
and linguistics in a project which addresses research questions which
relate to the areas of research and modern languages which are being
pursued by the Department of International Language Studies and
Computational Linguistics. The relevant modern languages are English,
Spanish, German and French as well as contrastive and translational
projects involving Danish.

Other areas of research may also be interesting. The Department will,
however, give priority to applicants proposing empirical research based on
data from the use of modern business languages or language management in
connection with business language and language teaching.

Please visit the department's profile:

Please consult the general information on the CBS PhD Programme

Closing date: 1. September 2008 at 12.00 noon. Further information can be
obtained from Alex Klinge, Head of the Department.

Potential applicants are encouraged to contact the Department well in
advance of the closing date in order to develop a project proposal.

Please find the full announcement on:

CBS focuses on innovation, partnership with the business community and
internationalisation. As a Learning University CBS demands high quality in
teaching, research and staff. CBS has around 15.000 students distributed
among a wide range of degrees in social science and humanities including a
very dynamic environment for executive programmes. CBS has around 400
full-time researchers and around 500 administrative employees.

Application Deadline: 01-Sep-2008
Mailing Address for Applications:
Vivi Roenne
Departmental Administration (IADH)
Dalgas Have 15
Frederiksberg DK-2000
Contact Information:
Head of Department Alex Klinge
Email: ak.isvcbs.dk

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