Doctoral Program (PhD) in Management
Eligible applicants must hold a university degree, Bachelor’s or Master’s, granted by an institution recognized in the country where it operates, in a scientific discipline, such as, Accounting & Finance, Economics, Maritime and Transport, Engineering, Law, Life Sciences, Social Sciences, showing evidence of high academic performance. Applicants who do not hold their first degree at the time of application, but are expected to obtain such a degree before the commencement of the Doctoral Program, are also eligible to apply.
English Language Requirements:
All candidates must have a good knowledge of the English language.
Admission to the Doctoral Program is possible either via application to the Program in response of a Specific Call for Doctoral positions in the School or via direct application to the Program by interested candidates.
Applicants must submit their applications to the University’s Admissions Office which will then be forwarded to the Doctoral Program Committee of the School for evaluation. Each application for admission should include:
- A completed application form, available online (HERE)
- A Curriculum Vitae indicating the candidate’s academic qualifications, work experience, awards, etc.
- A brief Research Proposal in the area in which the candidate is interested in conducting research.
- Two letters of recommendation, at least one from an academic referee.
- Certified copies of all degrees and transcripts.
- Copies of any other supporting material, such as exams, awards, etc.
- Proof of English language proficiency, such as, the TOEFL, IELTS, GCSE, or other equivalent language examinations. Candidates, who have completed an undergraduate or graduate program where the language of instruction was English, automatically satisfy the proof of English language proficiency requirement.
All application material must be submitted in English.
Admissions Evaluation Procedure
All applications for admission are evaluated by the School’s Doctoral Program Committee. The selection process is based on the following evaluation criteria:
- Academic qualifications
- Research potential
- Letters of recommendation
- Additional qualifications
- Personal Interview