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DBA Programs

Doctorate of Business Administration (DBA) is a post-graduate degree offered by a business school or business faculty at a university. DBA programs are research-based and equip candidates with the skills they will need to succeed in a career in academia or high-level business consulting.

Many universities around the world offer DBA programs. Topics studied within the programs are often related to Leadership in Organizations, Research Design, Theory into Practice, Publication and Dissemination, etc.

The variety of different DBA programs can be overwhelming - don't let it stop you! Start your search by looking at the most popular DBAs listed below.

Newly Added Programs

ICADE Business School
Spain, Madrid
Westford University College
United Arab Emirates, Sharjah, + 19 More
Esami Business School
Tanzania, Arusha, + 9 More
UBIS University of Business and International Studies
Switzerland, Geneva
EMAS Eurasian Management & Administration School
Russia, Moscow, + 5 More
Universidad Ana G. Méndez – Recinto de Gurabo
Puerto Rico, Gurabo
Bloom Business School
Egypt, Cairo + 1 More
European Business University
Luxembourg, Luxembourg City
Swiss School of Management, Rome Italy
Italy, Rome
UAEU United Arab Emirates University
United Arab Emirates, Al Ain + 2 More
University of Bradford
United Kingdom, Bradford
Business Science Institute
Luxembourg, Luxembourg City

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