Doctor of Business Administration Programs in Cyprus

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PhD

Should one wish to pursue a career in business-related academia or high-level consulting for businesses, one would need a Doctorate in Business Administration (DBA). DBA programs are offered by business schools and the business departments at certain universities. 

A PhD (Doctor of Philosophy) is a postgraduate degree that is awarded after the completion of challenging coursework and research. Many programs take around three to four years to complete, and graduates often find careers in research or academia.

Higher education in Cyprus is conducted in the five common international languages namely English, French, Portuguese, Turkish, Greek and Chinese. This has solved issues of language barriers in these higher education institutions enabling even international students to seek the country’s higher education.

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University of Nicosia
Campus Full time Part time 3 years September 2017 Cyprus Nicosia + 1 more

A research-based doctorate programme leading to the degree of Doctor of Business Administration DBA). The DBA research degree programme contains both taught (during the first 18 months) and research elements (ongoing). [+]

DBA Programs in Cyprus 2017. Duration (years): 3 Qualification Awarded: Doctor of Business Administration Level of Qualification: Doctorate Degree (3rd Cycle) Language of Instruction: English and Greek Mode of Study: Full-time or Part-time Minimum Credits: 80 Minimum ECTS Credits: 240 Profile of the Programme: A research-based doctorate programme leading to the degree of Doctor of Business Administration DBA). The DBA research degree programme contains both taught (during the first 18 months) and research elements (ongoing). The taught element of the DBA comprises of four doctoral level courses: Personal and Organizational Reflections, Literature Review, Research Philosophy, Methodology and Methods and Analysis of Information. Each of the four courses has 30 hours of class teaching. This includes face to face teaching, students working in groups, students’ presentations, discussions etc. It is anticipated that the taught courses will be assessed via an assignment of 7500 word in length and is followed by the thesis, which is approximately 80,000 words (including the parts from the assignment from the taught courses). A distinctive feature of the DBA programme will be the peer support and interaction that results from having a taught element that is normally transacted within a group. All courses will encompass an active participatory learning style as appropriate and participants will be encouraged to develop knowledge and skills through group and individual projects, ranging from the presentation of their own work to active critique tasks. Students would enjoy a rich and stimulating working atmosphere, where everyone could contribute towards their professional learning. Furthermore,... [-]