The primary aim of our doctoral programme is to train and develop future academics. We have an active PhD community and our students play a full role in the Centre. We encourage and support conference attendance and publication.
We welcome applications for full-time and part-time study. Each year there are various University funding opportunities available. We also welcome applications from self-funded candidates.
All PhD students become members of the Doctoral College, which works to support and enrich the experience of our doctoral researchers
Interested in a studentship?
- Take a look at the CBOS faculty research profiles
- Identify the area of research you're interested in, and supervisors you'd like to work with
- Send us your CV and an outline proposal for your research
Our PhD students receive the formal training and practical teaching and research experience to help them succeed in the international job market.
Johanne Grosvold completed her PhD in 2010. She is one of our Deputy Directors, and is Senior Lecturer in Corporate Social Responsibility and Corporate Governance in the School of Management. PhD title: Where are all the Women? Institutional Context and the Prevalence of Women on the Corporate Board of Directors.
Frederick Dahlmann completed his PhD in 2009 and is currently Assistant Professor of Global Energy in the Global Energy Research Network at the Warwick Business School. PhD title: Between Inertia and Adaptation: State and Evolution of Corporate Environmental Strategy.