Commerce/Business (PhD, MPhil, MComm)— full-time and part-time
College of Business, Public Policy, & Law,
J.E. Cairnes School of Business and Economics
The strong and expanding doctoral programme in the J.E. Cairnes School of Business and Economics offers participants a combination of advanced independent research, backed by structured training, which is delivered mainly in the first year. The central work involves the planning, execution, and defence of a major thesis, satisfying internal and external examiners that the thesis is a work of serious scholarship. The doctoral programme equips participants with substantial research and writing experience, as well as developing an in-depth expertise in their chosen field. The topic of the thesis is agreed between the student and their supervisor(s) and typically links to the research interests of the supervisor. Acceptance on the programme is subject to finding a suitable supervisor.
Check the Cairnes School web site for more information about areas of research expertise within the Cairnes School. If you are interested in undertaking a PhD, contact the J.E. Cairnes School of Business & Economics who will deal with your enquiry and put you in contact with potential research supervisors in your area of interest.
Second Class Honours Bachelor of Commerce degree, Grade 2 or higher (or equivalent international qualification). Other similar level of academic achievement in an equivalent business degree.
Masters degree to honours standard (or equivalent international qualification). Other evidence that signifies suitability for the programme.
Areas of interest
• Accounting and Finance
• Management Information Systems
See the Cairnes School research site.
PhD (full-time) GYD00
PhD (part-time) GYD01
MPhil (full-time) GYD02
MComm (full-time) GYD04
MComm (Part-time) GYD05
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