Business Administration (DBA)
On this course you will carry out advanced and comprehensive research into a key aspect of business administration, underpinned by a series of taught modules.
When you study for a Professional Doctorate at UWL you will join the international research and learning community of our collaborative research groups and Research Centres. We offer an integrated professional doctorate scheme which allows you to engage with professionals from different sectors and reflect on what is shared across professional boundaries
Course Detail & Modules
Each taught module is delivered over the course of a single weekend. Teaching is carried out through lectures and smaller seminars and workshops where the emphasis is on discussion. Tutorials are face-to-face and online and your supervisor and tutors will support your independent study and writing of your thesis.
We provide a supportive research environment and you will be part of the UWL Graduate School which supports all research students and coordinates research activity across the university. In addition you will have full access to UWL student support, including life-long careers advice.
Payable over 3 equal instalments in years 1, 2 and 3
Master’s Degree and IELTS
Recognised by UK NARIC
You will normally need:
- a good first degree (first or upper second class) or equivalent in a
- a Master’s Degree with Merit or Distinction or equivalent
- professional experience
- a minimum IELTS score (International English Language Testing System) of 6.5 (with no element under 6.0) or equivalent. You are exempt from this requirement if you have a previous degree obtained in the UK.
Study & Career Progression
Completion of a professional doctorate will also allow you to progress into a postdoctoral research role.
You can apply online at any time by following the link below
The application form will ask you for some information about:
/ what you want to study
/ your previous qualifications or experience
/ your references
/ how we can contact you.
Want to learn more about the programme and about how to apply?
Contact the CIM team at firstname.lastname@example.org / 00357 22778475