Management, Business and Economics
Our PhD programmes prepare students for careers in academia as well as the public and private sectors.
Durham University Business School comprises three departments: Economics & Finance, Management & Marketing, and Accounting. Areas of expertise include Quantitative Research in Economics & Finance; Banking, Risk & Intermediation; International Business; Leadership; Organisational Dynamics; and Ecological Studies.
Newcastle University Business School has academic units in Economics, Accounting, Finance and Management. Areas of expertise include Business, Accounting & Managerial History; Labour and Work; Strategy and Organisation; Marketing; Operations, Data and Information Systems; Innovation and Enterprise; Quantitative and Behavioural Finance; Applied, Behavioural and Theoretical Economics.
Queen’s University Belfast Management School is an interdisciplinary school with four subject areas: Management, Economics, Accounting, and Finance. Areas of expertise include Not-for-Profit and Public-Sector Research; Industrial Relations; Innovation and Entrepreneurship; Marketing Analytics; Networks and Institutions; and Applied Economics and Econometrics.
Ulster University Business School has five departments: Accounting, Finance and Economics; Hospitality and Tourism Management; Global Business and Enterprise; Management, Leadership and Marketing; and the Business Institute. Areas of expertise include Supply Chain Management; Business Improvement; Innovation and Entrepreneurship; International Business; Accounting/Finance Governance; and Investor Sentiment.
Students are encouraged to contact the universities directly for details on the available programmes, including possibilities for 1+3 studentships and part-time study.