Management, Business and Economics

Management, Business and Economics

The Management, Business and Economics Pathway is offered at Durham, Newcastle, Queen’s and Ulster.

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.