PhD in Management: Key Details
IESE PhD is an exceptional opportunity to specialize in the area of your interest.
It is a fully funded program, allowing you for full time dedication.
Financial Management / Accounting and Control / Business Ethics / Entrepreneurship / Information Systems / Managerial Decision Sciences / Managing People in Organizations /
Marketing / Production, Technology and Operations Management / Strategic Management
FIVE REASONS TO
CHOOSE THE IESE PhD
World-class research skills
Master quantitative and qualitative methods. Pursue empirical and theoretical research and publish in the world’s leading journals.
Close to business
Leverage the global IESE student, faculty and business networks for data and research findings. Build your international business network.
Present at world-class conferences and build your academic network through collaborative research with other leading business schools.
Access to faculty
Enjoy open-door access to some of the finest minds in business academia. Research and publish with hands-on guidance from your mentor.
You’re 100% funded when you study a PhD in Management at IESE, so you can devote 100% of your time to your research.
THE IESE PhD IN MANAGEMENT
IESE’s doctoral program prepares you for a world-class career in academia.
You’ll receive rigorous training in qualitative and quantitative research, designed to help you hone the craft of research. And from the moment you begin, you will be mentored, guided and supported by IESE faculty who are some of the finest minds in global management research.
Your doctoral program is 100% funded, including a fee waiver and stipend, so that you focus on what matters: preparing for a career at the forefront of business scholarship.
Prof. Christoph Zott
Prof. Fabrizio Ferraro
Prof. Marta Elvira
Prof. Yih-teen Lee
- She focused on interactions between top and middle managers, self-management, leadership and teamwork.
Prof. Anneloes Raes
- Xavier researches industrial organization and regulation, the economics of information and financial economics.
Prof. Xavier Vives