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Part-time PhD in Innovation and Technology Management

Added: Wednesday 13 April 2013, 11:30

Refresh your knowledge - and remain the EXPERT that you are!

If you want to remain the best in your field, you need to constantly make an effort to refresh your knowledge and improve your professional skills. The Doctoral School of Engineering and Science at Aalborg University can ensure your status as an expert in your field.

We offer you to join a part-time PhD programme in a field of utmost importance to the future of manufacturing and service industries: Innovation and Technology Management. However, you do not have to put your career on hold. The programme is designed for successful people like you, who thrive at work but continuously want to develop their personal and professional skills alongside with the intention to strengthen their position in the company as well as their future career. By joining the programme you obtain specialist knowledge to solve a complex task that is of strategic importance for the future of your company.

The result is quality assured. We give you the possibility to be part of an international network within industry and academia, which possesses the latest knowledge within your field. General and specific courses, peer group and face-to-face supervisory meetings, visits to renowned companies and research centres at home and abroad will provide you with the latest concepts and insights you need to develop and implement state-of-the-art solutions.

Does this sound interesting to you? – Do you want to learn more?

Then you should contact Professor Harry Boer at the Center for Industrial Production at Aalborg University. A brochure is available for download.

 

Upcoming events

rome16th PhD Seminar
20-24 April 2020
Stockholm, Sweden

rome20th PhD Workshop
18-20 September 2020
Milan, Italy

rome11th CIYA Workshop
20 September 2020
Milan, Italy


rome21st CINet Conference
20-22 September 2020
Milan, Italy

 

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