PhD in Management: Specialization in Organizational Behavior
Call for applications
IESE's PhD in Management Program is seeking applications from ambitious candidates who are interested in pursuing a PhD on OB or HRM-related topics for its September 2020 intake.
ABOUT THE SCHOOL: IESE Business School is one of the world's leading business schools, with campuses in Barcelona, Madrid, Munich, New York, and São Paulo. IESE's MBA, Executive MBA, and other Executive Education programs are regularly ranked among the top 10 in the world. For more information about the school, visit: https://www.iese.edu/
ABOUT THE DEPARTMENT: IESE's Managing People in Organizations department (i.e., OB and HRM department) is strongly dedicated to excellence in research. The department comprises 17 full-time professors who collaborate closely with doctoral students and have published in outlets such as AMJ, AMR, JAP, OBHDP, JPSP, or JIBS. Our research interests cover a broad range of topics, such as: leadership, motivation, groups and teams, power and influence, top and middle managers, decision-making, behavioral economics, cross-cultural management, (international) human resource management, etc. See the department website for more information: https://www.iese.edu/faculty-research/academic-departments/managing-people-organizations/
ABOUT THE PROGRAM: IESE's PhD program is based on the traditional U.S. model. This model foresees fundamental coursework in the first stage (2 years; awarded with a Master's degree) before beginning the PhD stage (2-3 years).
The doctoral program provides full financial funding during the entire program (4-5 years) in the form of a living stipend of 16,695 EUR/year and a tuition fee waiver. Moreover, the school offers an additional budget to cover travel expenses related to conference presentations.
All PhD students are based on our Barcelona campus. For more information on the PhD program, visit https://phd.iese.edu/.
ELIGIBILITY: Required are a bachelor or master's degree with a strong academic record, GMAT or GRE test scores, a passion about research, and the motivation to produce top-level research.
APPLICATIONS/FURTHER INFORMATION: We are currently accepting applications for our September 2020 intake. The application deadline is May 20, 2020.
If you have any questions about the program or application process, please send an email to Mrs Anna Fabregat at: firstname.lastname@example.org; or you can apply online or download our information brochure here.
Tobias Dennerlein, PhD
Managing People in Organizations
T. +34 93 602-41 39
Av. Pearson 21, 08034 Barcelona, Spain