The PhD Management, Employment and Organisation programme from Cardiff University, will prepare you either for a career as a leading academic scholar or to excel in business practitioning or senior public policy decision making.
Along the way you will be encouraged to publish, before completing an innovative thesis that contributes to academic debate in your chosen field.
- Teaching opportunities may be available, depending on section requirements. This is reviewed on a year to year basis.
- The section runs a seminar series attracting visiting speakers from around the world. We also have regular visiting international academics. These visitors give PhD students regular access to leading academics from around the world.
- Several section research projects have made a direct impact on decisions made by private sector organisations, employers' federations, trade union bodies, and government agencies. This impact-led research reflects the strong links that members of the section have with local, national and international employers and regulatory bodies.
- Organisation Studies
- Employment Relations
- Public Sector Management
- 48 months
- 72 months
Start dates & application deadlines
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We are not aware of any academic requirements for this programme.
Detailed research proposal of max 10 pages including references.
- Clear statement of research problem and research questions
- Review of key literature
- Proposed methodology
- Proposed contribution (why your research is valuable and to whom)
- If English is not your first language, proficiency of English language certificate ( IELTS etc.) – see attachment for full details
- Copies of both Masters and Bachelor degree certificates and transcripts
- Two Academic References
- It’s very important that you provide all the relevant information when you apply as incomplete applications will not be considered.
Tuition fees status is determined during the processing of applications, so we are unable to confirm this in advance or advise on fees status decisions.
Living costs for Cardiff
The living costs include the total expenses per month, covering accommodation, public transportation, utilities (electricity, internet), books and groceries.
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