Students at the College of Business are required to gain a minimum of 30 credits from attending taught modules which are chosen in consultation with his/her supervisor and his/her Research Studies Panel (which is a panel of two to four doctoral studies advisers that supports and advises the student and the supervisor(s) throughout the doctoral programme).
In addition, Research Integrity Training is a compulsory element of all PhD programmes from 2019.
There are three module sets:
Set 2 includes Academic/Subject-specific which serve to broaden and deepen knowledge of one's discipline, informing the development of the theoretical framework for doctoral research.
Note : Students are required to secure permission to attend Academic /Subject specific modules from their Supervisor and the Module Co-ordinator/Programme Manager of the module prior to registration.
PhD students, in consultation with their Supervisor and Research Studies Panel can choose any module across the Business School and /or university which will be useful in advancing their research capability and enhancing important transferable skills. Students may review details of the above and all relevant modules here.
In a new system upgrade for the academic year 2020-21, graduate research students will register for their taught modules online. Please see the registration procedure here.
Research Modules include but are not limited to :
Academic/Subject-specific include but are not limited to :