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Hail David Smit, Necro King! For future reference if you actually want an answer to your question starting a new thread is the only way to go.
Now on to your question. I have no idea what program would be the best for finding a job in either Norway or Denmark, perhaps there is a Norwegian or Danish test magic site. Either way the vast majority of people on this forum are looking at American schools even if they want to leave America afterwards. Second is probably schools in Canada with a smattering of India, Europe and China in a far third. My point is this, you are asking a very specific question to people who are not "experts" in this area. I would talk to professors from schools she is interested in. I'm sure with minimal research she can find PhD programs in her country of choice.
Just on a quick side note, plzzzzz don't use text speak when asking questions (please is equally as short to type). THX!
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Originally Posted by david smit
hello,plz help me with answer to my wife question
between 1.phd in strategic management 2.phd in technology management(innovation) and 3.phd in marketing management which of them have best SITUATION(case) for finding work in norway or denmark
and which of them is easy to find phd course in norway or denmark
plzzzzz answer to my wife question it is very importatnt
Pictures of the wife?
I just want to make sure you're legit.
Originally Posted by Indus
Till you feel reasonably enthusiastic about the research area. It is entirely possibel to do a bad PhD at a great program. If you are not motivated by the research area, you would have a hard time finishing a PhD.
You can find a list of accredited programs:hereDo NOT choose a "program" or "format" as these features are quite buggy. 24% don't list GMAT
And finally here is a link to site with so much information that even the minutest attempt at research will give you way more than you could ever need: https://www.google.com/
Also, as a point of etiquette the use of the word please adds so much more to the discussion. I know you're in a rush. Your wife needs to apply today or she'll never get into a program, but demanding that we give you sources of information that literally took me 3 seconds to find is extremely annoying. I don't want to be mean or anything, but your spamming our boards with poorly constructed sentences and no defined questions will gain you nothing here. I completely understand if English is your second language, but you'll need to be better about asking questions if you actually want them answered.
"Good morning! My wife is currently thinking about applying to PhD programs. We had some questions about the process. Please forgive me for being ignorant of the process, we're still extremely early in it and don't know that much. We're extremely interested in living and working in either Norway or Denmark post-PhD.
We want to know what is the best way to get there? Should she do a program in these countries or would she be better off doing one in another country and moving there afterwards? She's kind of vague on her research interests right now, but definitely tends to lean more towards the management side of things. In your opinion are there any specific areas of research that will help her to obtain a tenure track position in either Norway or Denmark? Since her interests are so vague could you tell us some specific journals or articles she could read that would really help her to narrow down her search and define her interests?
After having read any post on this forum I realized that one of the first questions asked is about profile, so I will post it here.
Undergrad: Top ranked school in whatever country we are from
GPA: I don't know how to convert this, but she was in the top 2% of her class
Degree: Bachelor's in Subterranean Archonic History during the Franko-Prussian Empire
Minor: numbers (specifically numbers 7,5,89, and 165)
Graduate: Mediocre University in Middle America
Degree: MS in Human Resources
Relevant Courses: Numbers 101, 102, 301 and 302, Advanced Numbers Numbering I & II, Resourcing humans humanely I & II,
Research: Nothing published. She did research in numbers and wrote an 800 word thesis for undergrad. Grad school had a lot of research papers mostly focused on humans in relation to resources.
Teaching experience: she homeschooled several orphaned squirrels in my living room for five years.
GMAT: 534 on the first try (she is working really hard studying for it and sees no reason that she can't reach 718 in a few months)
Miscellaneous: her desire to do research and obtain a PhD began when she was a small child. Her parents left her in an alley and a kindly management professor took her in. She spent her summers at the lake house thinking about management research, writing long love letters to it in her journal. As the summer past and school began again her desire never wavered. Many an evening were spent under the covers of her magnificently appointed four poster bed with a flashlight and the journal of management. Then one day a gypsy fortune teller cursed her to spend her remaining years in Norway or Denmark (the fortune teller was harsh, but gave options). From there it has been a journey to finding herself in one of these countries.
Please help us out. We really need to get into a program this year or the curse will cause her turn into a frog forever. If you have any other questions, please feel free to ask. Thank you again for your time."
Or something to that effect. Mostly what I mean is spend a marginal amount of time crafting your question and you will find the members of this forum to provide excellent advice. Demanding we give answers to vague questions and spamming our boards will cause extremely sarcastic and rude comments to be flung at you.