Doctorate
Business Administration (DBA)  
Default course image for Nottingham Business School

Our Doctor of Business Administration (DBA), with equivalent academic standing as a PhD, has a strong and committed focus on managerial and professional practice and seeks to link the rigorous study of work-based problems and issues to personal and professional development.

Our DBA demands commitment, energy and hard work. In return you will be provided with a stimulating and life-enhancing development experience with the award of an increasingly valued qualification.

This course will provide you with:

  • a differentiated approach to continuous personal and professional development
  • the opportunity to really engage with managerial and professional practices
  • a stimulating learning environment, challenging traditional management understanding
  • a supportive research community.

The DBA encourages you to challenge currently assumed knowledge and understanding of management. We support individuals' commitment to finding new, innovative and personal responses to organisational and managerial challenges.

We provide a supportive learning environment which includes face to face seminars as well as access to electronic portal technologies, encouraging networking between peers, academics, and guest speakers.

Watch our video to find out more about the DBA SWF icon

Joint supervision with the University of Chinese Academy of Science

Nottingham Business School also works with the University of Chinese Academy of Science (UCAS) on joint supervision of the DBA. Studying under this arrangement will allow you access to experts with local contextual knowledge and subject knowledge. You are also able to attend other DBA research support activities in China.
Find out more.

For further information on start dates, course fees, the application form for the China programme and relevant activities please contact CAS Trent via email.

Any questions?
Email us
Visit the Nottingham Business School website

 

Fact file
Entry requirements: Please see the Applying section
Starting: February
Course length: Three years part-time
Study location: City site

Fees and funding:

Access our fees and funding information

Share this page: