Doctoral - PhD in Financial Economics at Yeditepe University: Tuition: $12000 USD Full Program (Scholarship Available)
The Doctoral Program in Financial Economics aims to provide students with a strong grounding in the theoretical aspects of mathematical finance in order to enable them to contribute towards further developments in the field. Students can follow a career path towards becoming academic researchers and teachers at institutions of higher education, or towards leading research departments in a variety of financial institutions.
Maximum Time to Complete the Financial Economics Ph.D. Program
The program must be completed in a maximum of 12 terms, including 4 semesters of courses and 8 semesters for thesis.
For students who do not have a Master's degree (Integrated Doctoral Program), the maximum duration is 14 semesters, including 6 semesters of courses and 8 semesters for thesis.
Requirements for Completion of the Financial Economics Ph.D. Program
To complete the Doctoral Program, 7 courses, 1 seminar, qualification exam and doctoral dissertation must be passed.
In order to complete the Integrated Doctoral Program, 14 courses, 1 seminar, qualification exam and doctoral dissertation must be passed.
Besides, the qualification exam must be taken latest by the 5th semester of the doctoral program (for the integrated doctoral program: latest by the 7th semester).