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MPhil - Business and Management

University of Warwick Warwick Business School

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Full time & Part time See Course MPhil Full-time: minimum 4 years Part-time: up to 7 years (average 4-5 years) (must be resident in the UK)

About the course

Warwick’s Business and Management PhD/MPhil encompasses independent thinking in a world class interdisciplinary environment. You will have the opportunity to make new discoveries whilst undertaking research in a broad range of business areas whilst becoming immersed in an internationally recognised research community at Warwick Business School.

Our Business and Management PhD is for those people with a never-ending thirst for new knowledge. You’ll have the passion to make new discoveries, the drive to test new theories and the willingness to go above and beyond. Make your mark on the business landscape, by having the freedom to research a host of disciplines that shape the business world. We particularly welcome applicants whose ambition is a career in academia. Our PhD Programme combines

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Entry Requirements

Competition to join our Doctoral programme is very strong; you’ll need to demonstrate you have the intellectual capabilities, stamina, drive and commitment to complete a ground-breaking piece of work through independent study.

Academic requirements for the PhD Business and Management programme include:
A minimum of an upper second class honours degree from a British university, or an equivalent from an overseas university; plus a relevant master’s degree ideally with a distinction in the dissertation.

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