The Business School's PhD programme attracts students from around the world. More than 40 nationalities are represented in a typical class profile.
Our research degree students come from a wide array of cultural backgrounds and countries. This diverse mix provides an excellent environment in which to stimulate debate and the sharing of ideas and experience.
Tour our PhD facilities
View our facilities in the Business School including the Library, Staff Room, and Lecture Theatre.
Explore the University campus online and take a virtual guided tour of our facilities.
Subject groups (2020/21)
Accounting & Finance
- Entrepreneurship & Innovation
- Organisation Studies
Home regions (2019/20)
Africa / Middle East
- Asia / Australasia
- North America
- South / Central America
When you join the Business School as a doctoral student, you automatically become a member of the Doctoral Society. This inclusive nurturing group works to promote research and build a social community.Discover the Doctoral Society
Sport and exercise
The University offers world-class sports facilities to suit all levels of fitness. Among the facilities available to you are:
- 10 gyms, including a spin studio, Velo-city, the Katherine Grainger Rowing Gym, and a 102-station cardiovascular gym
- A dedicated Sports Union with more than 60 sports clubs
- Indoor sports including squash, dance, boxing, grappling, archer, and shooting
- A 25-metre, six-lane pool and saunas
Support for disabled students
We are committed to fostering an inclusive environment for all our students.
Our Disability and Learning Support Service recommends a variety of teaching and assessment methods to course organisers and continues to improve access to buildings and new technology.