Doctoral Exchange

The objective of the Doctoral Exchange is to allow the best and brightest Ph.D. students from both schools to share, generate, and develop ideas.

7th Wharton-INSEAD Doctoral Consortium

September 26-28, 2018
INSEAD-Europe Campus
Fontainebleau, France

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS
Applications must be made electronically no later than the 1st of June (23:59 EDT).  More information can be found below.

WHARTON-INSEAD DOCTORAL CONSORTIUM
OVERVIEW

The Consortium is a forum for doctoral students from INSEAD and Wharton to present their research and foster collaboration across institutions and disciplines. In the spirit of academic diversity, we invite submissions from ALL INSEAD and Wharton doctoral programs.

The Consortium will include student presentations, keynote presentations, and panel sessions led by INSEAD and Wharton faculty. As in the past, efforts will be made to give accepted students the opportunity to meet with faculty members of their preference in one-to-one sessions, either in-person (INSEAD-Europe faculty) or via video-conference (INSEAD-Singapore or Wharton faculty). The Consortium will also include social events both on the INSEAD-Europe campus and off-site.

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The Doctoral Exchange

For more information, contact:

Gidget M. Murray, Associate Director
gmurray@wharton.upenn.edu
+1-215-898-2619

Catherine Schrand, Vice Dean, Doctoral Programs
schrand@wharton.upenn.edu
+1-215-573-2054

The Alliance remains rich in Ph.D. focus and activities.

Wharton and INSEAD students who have completed their first year of studies at their home school can gain credit for courses taken at the partner school.

Some financial support for travel and living expenses associated with an exchange visit may be available through the Wharton-INSEAD Center for Global Research and Education.

Events such as  the Ph.D. Consortium and the newly launched Ph.D. Corporate Strategy Camp, have led to the emergence of significant research collaborations and have helped develop relationships between the students and faculty members. [Read the highlights from last year’s Ph.D. Consortium below.]

Collaborations in the Ph.D. space have been very successful and the Doctoral  Exchange has become an integral part of the Alliance.  It has resulted in high quality joint research work and led to presentations at major field conferences and publications in top journals.

Information can also be found on the Doctoral Inside webpage.