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Entrance to the PhD by Management programme is competitive. While academic credentials are important for a successful application pay great attention to the fit of students to both the programme and the research interests of the faculty.
Apply early. Supervisors can accept students on a first-come, first-served basis, and the programme may close early if it reaches capacity.
Opportunity Focus Areas:
- Business and Climate Change
Programme start date : 9 September 2019
The award will be fully funded for three years, subject to satisfactory progress, at the following rates:
European Union candidates: standard EU tuition fee plus maintenance fee of £14,500 per year
Non-European Union candidates: standard non-EU tuition fee plus maintenance fee of £14,500 per year
Successful applicants will be expected to contribute to teaching programmes
(IELTS 7 overall 6 in each section).
TOEFL IBT 100 overall,20 in each section
All World Countries
Applicants should have:
A postgraduate master’s degree from an accredited institution in the UK or overseas with evidence of above-average academic achievement (more than 65% overall in your Masters)
a postgraduate master’s dissertation with distinction (UK equivalent).
MBA or master’s students without a dissertation are welcome to apply and should provide evidence of distinction level (UK equivalent).
grading scheme .
An International English Language Testing System (IELTS) score of at least 7.0 overall, or the equivalent from the approved list of certificates.
In your application, you must name a potential supervisor (or up to three in order of preference) for your application to be considered. or he will be chose by the Faculty
two academic references are required in support of the scholarship application.