At Nanyang Business School (NBS) PhD Programme, a small cohort of high quality students are groomed and nurtured to acquire specialised research skills
and to develop an academic career in their selected area of specialisation. The
general areas of study are Accounting (ACC), Banking & Finance (BF),
Information Systems (IS), Operations Management (OM), Marketing (MKT), Leadership, Management & Organisation (LMO), and Strategy, International Business & Entrepreneurship (SIE).
Many young men and women who aspire to achieve thought
leadership in business choose to pursue doctoral study at NBS.
Global leadership in business research
NTU is ranked as one
of the world’s top universities. NBS is one of
the most established and comprehensive providers of business and management
education in the Asia-Pacific. It is accredited by both the European Quality Improvement System (EQUIS) and Association to
Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), which are the two most widely
recognised quality assurance standards for accounting and business education.
Internationally renowned faculty
Our faculty group is global and diverse. Our doctoral candidates may gain insights from our faculty who are leading experts in their
fields and have solid record of quality research publications.
Outstanding research environment and facilities
Candidates for PhD in business
will benefit from the research-intensive environment and vast resources
available and have the opportunity to be connected with our various research centres. The opportunity for international network and collaboration is boosted by the seminars conducted by stream of academic visitors at Nanyang Business School, through the initiatives of the academic divisions and the research centres.
Generous financial support
Scholarships are available to support the
students’ full-time PhD programme and additional financial assistance is made
available for PhD candidates who are presenting their papers in conferences.
Be part of the Nanyang Technological University and start your journey of
discovery and continuous learning.