Open position for one Ph. D. Student (m/f/d) at the Departement of International Financial Management.
THE EXAM REVIEWS ARE POSTPONED TO A LATER DATE.
Bachelor: Monday, April 6, 2020, 9 am to 10 am, room J498
Exams will only be handed out until 15 minutes prior to the end of the review session.
Examination Inspection PIFM WS 2019/20 will be postponed. A new date will be announced later (update 26 March 2020).
Examination Inspection PIFM WS 2019/20 on 17 April 2020 :
On Monday, January 27, 2020, the Finance Center offers an information event on writing your Bachelor or Master theses at the FCM. The event will take place at 2.15 pm in room J253.
Students who plan on writing their thesis in the area of Finance in the near future are strongly encouraged to attend the event. During the event, information regarding the general application procedure, formal requirements as well as possible topics for a final thesis at the FCM will be provided.
At the Chair of Banking a position as research staff is to be filled to March 1, 2020 or later. Further information regarding our requirements profile can be found in the job advertisement.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Ms Maren Ewering (Tel. 0251/83-22881).
The Rectorate of WWU supports innovative and scientific projects initiated and carried out by students (including doctoral students) with up to 5,000.00 euros. It is important, among other things, that these projects are distinguished from degree qualifying measures and other academic achievements. The age limit is 27 years. Further information can be found on the SAFIR website, which will be happy to assist you with your application!
The Chair of Finance is looking for several student assistants. Further information regarding the field of activity and the requirements profile can be found in the job advertisement.
Last week it was time again! The social sciences course of the Kardinal-von-Galen Gymnasium Hiltrup hit the members of the Finance Class with many questions on insurance, taxes and types of investment. A 90-minute lesson was dedicated to the complex topics bringing them closer to the pupils in a clear and understandable way.
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