The Business School received full research training accreditation in the 2005 Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) Recognition Exercise.
The School has significant research expertise in the following subject areas:
Accounting and Finance Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management Science and Business Economics Marketing Organisation Studies Strategy
There is a long tradition of teaching and research in business and management at the University. Research degrees are offered in most disciplines within business and management, subject to the availability of suitable supervisors.
The following research degrees are available: MSc by Research (one year FT); PhD (minimum 3 years). The School has links with other Schools in the University, including Social and Political Studies, Mathematics and Law allowing students with cross-disciplinary interests to find expertise, support and supervision.
In recent years the School has funded several generous studentships, helping to ensure a continuing high calibre intake.
Members of the School are involved in the following centres of research:
Centre for Entrepreneurship Research Credit Research Centre Institute for Public Sector Accounting Research Centre of Public Services Research Sustainable Business Initiative Centre for Business and Climate Change Discursive Families Network Accounting and Popular Culture Research Network
page on the University of Edinburgh website for more details!
Entry to the PhD programme is competitive, and usually requires that applicants have the following minimum qualifications: normally a postgraduate masters degree from an accredited institution in the UK or overseas, evidence of above-average academic achievement (more than 65% overall) and normally a postgraduate masters dissertation with distinction (UK equivalent), MBA or masters students without a dissertation are welcome to apply and should normally provide evidence of overall distinction level work (UK equivalent).
Recipient: University of Edinburgh
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