Bielefeld University is coordinating the 'European Doctorate in Economics - Erasmus Mundus (EDEEM)' - an international doctoral programme in economics.
Seven partner universities are cooperating in this doctoral training programme financed by the European Union. All EDEEM doctoral students will study for three years, attend at least two of the partner universities, and receive a joint doctoral degree.
Up to now, the EDEEM programme has been coordinated by the Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne. It is now passing on the baton to Bielefeld University. This makes Bielefeld one of three universities in Germany that are coordinating an Erasmus Mundus doctoral programme. By the end of the programme in 2018, the European Union will have funded EDEEM to the tune of approximately three million Euros. At present, there are more than 30 doctoral students in the programme. The next selection phase is currently in full swing and already being coordinated by Bielefeld. The international character of the programme is reflected in the nationalities of the students. Ten doctoral students from China, Vietnam, the Ukraine, Pakistan, Belgium, and Germany are working towards an EDEEM degree in Bielefeld; the first degrees will be awarded this summer. Here in Bielefeld, they are members of the Bielefeld Graduate School of Economics and Management (BiGSEM) - a cooperation between the Faculty of Business Administration and Economics and the Center for Mathematical Economics (IMW).
Dr. Ulrike Haake
Bielefeld Graduate School of Economics and Management (BiGSEM)
+49 521 106-4922
Find further and detailed information on the website of Bielefeld Graduate School of Economics and Management (BiGSEM).