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Ph.D.Marketing / MPhil / MSc (Research)

The University of Birmingham United Kingdom, Birmingham
Tuition fee £13,885.00 per year
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birmingham.ac.uk 

Overview

As a PhD student, you will begin working on your research project right at the start of the first year. With the support of your research supervisor, you will also go through a training analysis to identify any needs that you may have. For part-time students modules are flexible and can be studied in blocks, part time or at weekends to fit your commitments

Our current research areas include:

  • Brand marketing
  • Business to business marketing
  • Consumer research
  • Consumer and marketing ethics
  • E-marketing
  • International marketing
  • Innovation management
  • Marketing communications
  • Marketing strategy
  • Retail marketing
  • SME marketing
  • Sustainable marketing

As a PhD student, you will begin working on your research project right at the start of the first year. With the support of your research supervisor, you will also go through a training analysis to identify any needs that you may have.

Programme structure

Research areas

  • Procurement and Operations Management
  • Managerial Economics
  • International Management and Organisation

Human Resource Management and Employment Relations:specific research areas include income distribution; training and development; management development; leadership; shareholder value and the role of private equity firms in the market for corporate control; labour market regulation and the role of the state.

International Business:research areas include Global Value Chains; corporate social responsibility; the internationalisation of firms and the international transfer of practices; innovation and international knowledge flows; the impact of national institutions on the emergence of new areas of science and technology; social capital and the internationalisation of SMEs.

Organisational Studies:specific research areas include organisational transformation and the management of change; knowledge management; the changing nature of careers; new organisational forms; leadership and governance.

Apply now! Fall 2017
Application deadline
Jan 15, 2017 23:59 (GMT)
Application period has ended
Studies commence
Sep 15, 2017