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Get your PhD in Management
The Cranfield PhD in Management enables students to form the management knowledge of the future and to make substantial advancements in their careers.
With an international reputation of quality and academic excellence the program is identified by its rigorous and well structured training that sees students excel at a rapid pace.
The PhD program is constantly highly ranked on a global level and has been rewarded for its outstanding content on numerous occasions. With a unique approach the Cranfield PhD in Management is available on a part-time as well as a full-time basis.
This gives students the option of continuing work whilst achieving their PhD. Both versions of the program compromise a research training stage that requires attendance through the first year, consisting of 1 day per week for part-time students and three days for the full-time students.
Cranfields’ high quality research community consists of some 60 international PhD students who furnish a warm, encouraging, environment and countless opportunities for personal development.
- PhD candidates will normally hold a first or upper second class honors degree and have significant management experience. A Master's degree is preferred, but if you do not hold a Master's, and have substantial management experience, you may be considered.
- Evidence of English language ability may be required.
Degree & diploma
Phd in Management
Tuition & fees
The fees for the Cranfield PhD in Management are:
Full-time PhD program
For EU candidates: 6,750 GBP per annum
For non-EU candidates: 13,125 GBP per annum
Part-time PhD program
For EU candidates: 4,500 GBP per annum
For non-EU candidates: 8,750 GBP per annu
Cranfield School of Management
The Cranfield School of Management was founded in 1969 and its faculty is amongst the largest and most diverse of any business school in Europe. The school is committed to inspiring the next generation’s leaders by creating new ways of...