Doctor of Business Administration (DBA, Paris)

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Program Description

Sabi University and Business Institute and Ipag Business School have signed an agreement to offer a blended dual degree programme in Doctor of Business Administration. The Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) is an executive, research-oriented doctorate in business administration.

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The DBA programme mainly consists of conducting independent research on a chosen topic and the writing of a dissertation. The research mastered in the programme would then be applied to making a direct contribution to business practices. Throughout the duration of the programme, students will undertake independent study of a chosen topic and work closely with a supervisor who will offer them guidance and support. Once their study is complete and students have written a dissertation presenting their results, they will have to defend their dissertation through a viva voce (oral) examination in front of a grand jury. DBA students must complete the course, seminars, and workshops during the first semester of their studies.

Modules

  • Research and Methodology
  • Analysis and Critique 1 and 2
  • Leadership 1 and 2
  • International Business Management
  • Managing Organizational Change and Developments
  • Business English
  • Human Resource Management

All DBA students must pass the Grand Comprehensive Exam (GCE) before a jury at the end of the first semester after completing their courses, seminars, and workshops successfully.

Last updated November 2018

About the School

Located in the heart of Paris, IPAG Business School offers international students the exciting opportunity to experience a lively urban environment alongside their academic studies.

Located in the heart of Paris, IPAG Business School offers international students the exciting opportunity to experience a lively urban environment alongside their academic studies. Read less
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