Doctorate in Business Administration

EU Business School

Program Description

Doctorate in Business Administration

EU Business School

Doctorate in Business Administration

The EU Doctorate in Business Administration program is built on an effective combination of courses, seminars, professional residencies, research papers, and a final dissertation. Working with faculty members who have extensive academic and practical experience, students gain a comprehensive understanding of critical foundation theories and the ability to immediately apply creative solutions to existing problems.

This is the ideal program for MBA graduates with work experience or senior executives who wish to reach for the pinnacle of an academic career that a doctorate represents.


The program is built on an effective combination of courses, seminars, professional residencies, research papers, and a final dissertation. Working with faculty members who have extensive academic and practical experience, students gain a comprehensive understanding of critical foundation theories and the ability to immediately apply creative solutions to existing problems.

Who is the DBA for?

The DBA is designed for:

  • MBA or Master’s degree holders and practitioners with five or more years of post graduate work experience
  • Entrepreneurs and Senior Managers with alternative qualifications and successful careers
  • Academics wishing to progress their careers with a doctoral thesis.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

The minimum admission requirement is a Master's degree from an accredited college or university. Admission to the program is highly competitive. In general, the applications of those admitted must demonstrate that there is a high probability that they will successfully complete the doctoral program, and that they have high potential for successful pursuit in their fields of interest and in their careers.

The factors that are considered in making admission decisions are as follows:

  • Graduate grade point average. Successful doctoral candidates usually have GPAs of at least 3.6 on a 4.0 scale.
  • Applicant’s recommendation letters submitted by two referees
  • Motivation letter explaining why admission to the Doctorate program is sought. Successful candidates will show high motivation and employment that is closely related to their field of study.
  • GRE and GMAT scores. Successful doctoral candidates typically score in the upper 8th percentile on these tests.
This school offers programs in:
  • English


Last updated June 27, 2016
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