Business, Economics and Law
PhD in Business Management
The School of Business and Economics has a lively, cosmopolitan atmosphere and is housed on the University campus in modern, purpose built facilities with its own teaching rooms and up-to-date IT facilities. It has an expanding postgraduate community. In the School’s most recent review of teaching (The Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education – November 2002) the highest possible scores were achieved in Business and Management subjects for both academic standards and the quality of the learning opportunities at the School.
The School has extensive PC and multi-user computer facilities, with networked PCs linked to a variety of server platforms. All networked PCs have access to a broad selection of resources such as The FT, Economist and ABI Inform, and students have terminal access to the Datastream financial information system. The School also provides access to telephone/fax, postal and photocopying services, and provides an email address and Internet access. Postgraduate students at the School of Business and Economics have access to computer labs and study areas within the School at any time of the day.
International Student Requirements:
International equivalent qualifications may be considered.
Facts & Figures
International Financial Aid:
Out State Tuition (per year):