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The programme provides significant opportunity for the development of professional knowledge through applied research.
The programme can be studied through two routes: campus-taught and self-study. The campus-taught DBA iteration provides a block study experience, offering peer networking. The self-study DBA iteration does not include face-to-face teaching; instead modules are studied online, providing students with the flexibility they may require around their professional role.
The DBA offers an annual research conference to all cohorts, which provides a unique opportunity for students and academics (from a range of business topics) to showcase their research. A cohort Leadership Coach supports students in their senior leadership development.
The Doctorate of Business Administration:
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The programme seeks to admit highly capable individuals able to demonstrate motivation, interest and aptitude for doctoral level study with interests in business and management research. Both home and international applications are encouraged.
Applicants should have a masters degree in a relevant field. A good first degree may be considered instead of a masters
Applicants should have at least three years professional experience
At the University of Derby, your future is our focus. With expert academics bringing a wealth of industry experience, continuous investment in cutting-edge facilities and research, and fantastic support for our students, we are ranked in the top 10 for postgraduate student experience in the Postgraduate Taught Experience Survey 2018. Whether you are progressing from undergraduate study, want to change or develop your career, or simply study the subject you love in more depth, we offer a wide range of courses and study methods.Read more
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