PhD Doctorate of Philosophy in Management
The PhD programme is a research-based programme, with a practical approach, designed for professionals who have already completed an MBA or an equivalent qualification and are looking to expand their knowledge in the field.
The duration of the PhD programme is 3 academic years but it can be completed in less time, depending on the student’s motivation to deliver the final project.
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Virtual classroom lectures, webinars and tutorials, practical learning, projects, and learning through research.
All programs are totally flexible and can be started at any time. Work at your own pace.
Our support team is available every day to make sure that your education runs smoothly.
Application fee : Non-refundable, paid with application : € 200
Tuition Fees : € 5900 per year
*Payment instalment plans are available.
The main teaching and learning methods at SSBR includes virtual classroom lectures, webinars and tutorials, practical learning, projects, and learning through research.
Assessment and verification
All units within this qualification are internally assessed by the centre. The qualifications are criterion referenced, based on the achievement of all the specified learning outcomes.
Flexible courses to fit around your busy schedule
Highly qualified and experienced professors available to help you get the qualification you deserve.
WHAT IS THE STRUCTURE OF THE PHD?
The PhD programme is a fast track program that takes place primarily ONLINE. Students can complete the program within 2 academic years, giving them a Swiss quality doctorate degree.
Our PhD students are guided throughout the entire programme, from commencement through the defense of the final research project (PhD viva).
Research Methodology I
Research Methodology II Publish or Perish – Preparing for the Journal Review Process
Paper Clinic in General Management Taxonomies and Typologies in Research
Publishing in Management
Technology and Innovation
Final Thesis of your programme
The Ph.D. dissertation should include: (1) title page, (2) dedication page (optional), (3) table of contents, including List of Tables and List of Figures pages, (4) abstract, (5) acknowledgments page (optional), (6) list of abbreviations, (7) dissertation body (Introduction, methods, results and discussion and a final chapter/conclusion) (8) reference list and (9) appendices (optional).
Word count: 70,000-80,000 words EXCLUDING appendices.
If you have achieved all-but-dissertation (ABD) status in another institution of higher education’s Ph.D. in Management programme, there’s no need to start from scratch. Our programme offers a completion option that allows you to pick up where you left off. You’ll benefit from integrated dissertation support to help ensure you reach the finish line..
WHY A PHD IN MANAGEMENT?
A PhD in Management gives you a wide range of benefits, it helps you add knowledge to your field of study and gain recognition from your peers. It boosts your CV and offers you great advantage over other candidates.
On average, a PhD graduate can expect a 70-100% increase in salary.
IELTS 6.0 / TOEFL 75 (official English exam results) or proof of studying previously in an English-speaking environment for a minimum of 2 years.
Scanned copy of all required academic diplomas, transcripts, certificates
Extensive previous business/professional experience
Photocopy of a valid passport/national ID
Reference letters from a former academic institution or from current employer (if applicable)
Completion of the Thesis Proposal Form
Please provide a short academic description of your ideas regarding the topic you would like to explore during the programme.
This will be an initial proposal to show the school that you are clear about your plans for the programme and to help us support you in your work. Your project will be expected to change and evolve once you begin the course.
Outline the topic, question or issue you intend to explore
Explain why this is worthy of exploration.
Provide an overview of the current ideas surrounding this issue. You should refer to the latest academic or practitioner research in this filed.
Which methods do you intend to use during your research?
How might your study contribute to the theoretical understanding of this issue and/or solving real-world management problems in your own context?
Applications are open for Fall 2020 intake. Apply now and save your seat!
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