Today's organisations need leaders who can make tough decisions and act responsibly in turbulent markets.
At Essex, you gain more than just a solid understanding of the fundamentals of business. As an Advanced Signatory of the UN’s Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME), we champion sustainable, responsible management so you can change organisations for the better.
We inspire you to be analytical and innovative, so you can solve business challenges for the good of organisations and society. You experience a research-led education from world-renowned academics. You explore the issues affecting our global economy and can undertake a work placement (except language courses) or study abroad year with most of our courses, so you can graduate with the knowledge and skills needed for a successful management career.
At Essex, you explore more than just how organisations work and the best ways to manage them. Our Masters programmes promote critical reflection on the roles organisations have within different countries and cultures, as well as the impact they can have upon individuals. We encourage you to challenge the boundaries of knowledge and become leaders who can help both business and society to innovate and thrive.
We are home to world-renowned academics and practitioners, producing work with global impact. For example, Professor Philip Hancock’s research into interactive service and Christmas spending habits has been featured on BBC News. By using current research in our teaching, you explore the business and management issues affecting organisations right now and graduate with a degree that equips you for the world of work, or to continue your studies at PhD level.
At Essex, you can join the next generation of social science researchers shaping theory, policy and practice in the fields of management studies and business analytics. By studying for your PhD with us, you benefit from working in an academically rigorous and professionally supportive environment at a business school ranked 25th in the UK for research quality (TGUG 2018).
You can choose to undertake research in a number of areas, including human resource management, international management, marketing and brand management and work and organisation studies. Throughout, our supervisors will support the development of your research expertise and professional skills. With more than 100 doctoral students, totalling around 40 nationalities, Essex Business School is the place to launch your international research career.
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