Doctorate of Business Administration Webinar

Business
Public lectures / seminars

Friday 12 March 2021

11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Location

Online

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Event details

The Centre for Business in Society is inviting registrations to a webinar to introduce the Doctorate of Business Administration (DBA) - the pinnacle of practical business degrees.

The event, which will be similar to an open day, will be led by the Dr Harjit Sekhon, DBA Strategic Director.

Dr Harjit Sekhon will introduce the DBA and explain the practicalities of how the professional qualification can be gained.

The event will be supported two DBA graduates who will discuss their experience of the qualification and how it has helped them in their current roles.

Click on the registration link to sign up for this event.

 

Do you have a question about the DBA?

If you have a question about the DBA, including details of the qualification, what to expect when studying or how it could elevate your skills and career, you can submit a it via our dedicated LinkedIn page.

We will aim to answer all of your questions during the webinar on 12 March.

Join the page, and submit a question now.

 

About the DBA

A Doctorate of Business Administration (DBA) is the pinnacle of practical business degrees, offering senior managers the opportunity to undertake business focused research that can facilitate real change in your organisation. At the same time, you will be expanding your leadership capabilities, critical thinking and decision-making skills.

The DBA programme is cohort-based, with groups of up to 10 candidates mentored throughout their programme by an expert academic team. These small, focused cohorts give you the chance to engage directly with experts in the field, as well as being able to exchange knowledge with fellow candidates who come from a range of business backgrounds and countries.

It is within your cohort that you will be given training in research methods and develop the skills required to create, undertake and write-up your research. Short modules provide intensive and focused periods of contact with your supervising academic team and with the other candidates in your cohort, ensuring that your independent study remains on track to maximise the impact it can offer your organisation.

Find out more on the DBA page.