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If you are looking to pursue research in Business, Enterprise and Management, then connecting with the academic community at Staffordshire University is great place to start. Along with links to local, national and international businesses and organisations, you will also be part of an exciting group of researchers working on projects in management, marketing, tourism and economics.
Ready-to-go research projects
In addition to offering supervision for a project that you propose, we also have a list of ready to go PhD projects designed by our experts, which means that the research proposal is already written.
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You may choose to undertake a professional doctoral course, designed to develop research and professional skills related to professional practice.
Business Administration (DBA)
Speak to the Graduate School about postgraduate research.
World renowned in their fields, our researchers are here to support you through every step of your research career.
Professor Jon Fairburn is active in teaching, research, bid writing and public engagement. He has incorporated credited work experience into geography and tourism degrees as well as the MSc Digital Marketing Management.
Professor David Etherington's academic career stretches over 30 years including more recently over 13 years at the Centre for Enterprise and Economic Development Research (CEEDR) Middlesex University
As a postgraduate research student, you'll have access to all of our specialist facilities, and the expertise of our technicians, to help your research succeed.
Supplementing the specialist equipment and labs on the first floor of The Smart Zone, is our Specialist PC Lab offering a wide range of high end software.
Dedicated specialist facilities where students have access to commercial grade networking hardware and software, virtual computing environments, forensic tools and more.
Our postgraduate research students work on their research in a range of different modes to fit around their work and life commitments – you might be on campus as a full-time or part-time researcher, or you may be studying as a Distance Learner. Your preferred option will be discussed as you go through your research proposal with your potential supervisory team.
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Before you start your application, it's important to consider how you will fund your studies and cover living costs. There are lots of options available to postgraduate students to help support your work, which is why we have put together a detailed guide explaining the costs involved in postgraduate study, and the help that's available to pay for it.
Explore the funding options
The Graduate School works centrally to support you as a postgraduate researcher by listening, providing development opportunities, managing your journey, and acting as a gateway to pastoral support as you require.
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Interested in researching in the field of Business, Enterprise and Management? You will need to go through our application process. This is to ensure we can meet your specific needs and support your research topic.
For a professional doctorate, please apply directly through our professional doctorate course pages.
Start your postgraduate career by completing our MPhil/PhD enquiry form. We’ll put you in touch with a member of staff to have an informal conversation about your proposed research and qualifications.
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Midlands Business Awards 2020
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