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EDAMBA, the ‘European Doctoral programs Association in Management & Business Administration’ is an international non-profit association currently operating in 26 countries. Our mission is to develop common ideas, values, evaluation criteria, standards and practices to assess and enhance the quality of doctoral education, through the exchange of experiences and cooperation in a global network. EDAMBA members are committed to creating and sharing initiatives and achieving excellence whilst appreciating and promoting collaboration, diversity and community building.
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Please note: does not invite individual applications for Doctoral Prizes, if you have questions about the Doctoral Prize please contact universities directly. The awarding university is responsible for administering all aspects of the award including selection of a suitable candidate.
The evaluation panel for PhD Plus (now renamed Doctoral Prize) identified the following best practice based on the information provided and through discussions held with university representatives:
Details of individuals supported through the Doctoral Prize will not be collected via Je-S - rather institutions will be responsible for maintaining off line records to provide to upon request. Also details of the funding used for this purpose must be identified separately when the Final Expenditure Statement (FES) is submitted to .
To assist monitoring and reporting requirements, individual award holders should be funded from one only (although as one comes to an end, there will be some flexibility for current support to be completed on an existing ). Doctoral Prize awards funded through the 2011 may start any time during this grant but must end by the 30 September 2015 and funding through this cannot extend beyond this date. Please note that while we would encourage the leverage of funds to maximise Doctoral Prize support, this should not include other (non-) funds.
While selection of the awardees and the exact nature of the support provided is at the discretion of the institution to decide what is appropriate, the flexible support should target the top 10-15% of -funded students at a meaningful level and institutions should refer to best practice identified during the pilot phase for further guidance.
Any student who has recently received support for their PhD studies from in the form of fees and/ or stipend is eligible for an Doctoral Prize. They must however be timely and have submitted their thesis (and ideally completed their viva) before the Doctoral Prize support begins - award holders may receive up to two year‘s additional support through this mechanism.
Following the evaluation of PhD Plus pilot, has integrated this type of support into normal business and institutions may choose to use up to 10% of their 2011 Doctoral Training partnership (DTP) allocation (and subsequent allocations) to support PhD Plus - which we have renamed as Doctoral Prize following advice from an independent evaluation panel. In addition we have extended the period of support offered from up one year to up to two years.
An interim evaluation of PhD Plus took place in November 2010 and the independent panel was impressed with what had been achieved in the pilot and stressed the importance of it in developing the careers of early stage researchers. is now available.