Our PhD programme offers high-quality training and support to help you unleash your curiosity and develop key skills to support a career in academia, industry, consultancy or research.
We offer a supportive and collegiate environment in which to pursue your passion for research. You will be undertaking your doctorate in a professional and challenging school, where academic rigour and excellence is at the heart of everything we do. You will have the opportunity to work with academics who are at the leading edge of their respective fields and be part of a growing and vibrant community of doctoral scholars.
We welcome applicants who share our vision and want to undertake challenging, innovative and exciting research as part of our academic community. Join researchers from across the globe, who are building new understanding of business and management.
As a doctoral student, the focus of your work will be an independent research project. We provide training which will equip you with skills in a wide range of research methods to support your growing expertise.
Your research will culminate in a thesis of around 80,000-100,000 words. To successfully pass the course, your thesis should represent an original contribution to knowledge, and have the potential to influence practice, policy and understanding in your field of interest.
We welcome applications from students interested in undertaking management research in the following areas:
The York Management School PhD Scholarships are open to UK, EU and international applicants commencing full-time PhD study at York Management School on 1 October 2019.
- 31 May 2019
Number of awards:
Value of award:
- UK/EU or international tuition fees
- Maintenance grant
To apply for this scholarship you must have:
You must live within a reasonable distance of the University of York while in receipt of this scholarship.
If your first language is not English, you must meet the York Management School’s minimum English language requirements.
You will not be eligible to apply if:
This scholarship will cover your tuition fees at the relevant UK/EU or international rate. In addition you will receive a maintenance grant equivalent to the RCUK's national minimum doctoral stipend (£14,777 per annum for 2018/19).
If your application is successful, you will receive the award for the first year of your PhD. You will continue to receive the award for up to two more years, subject to satisfactory academic progress.