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Grenoble Ecole de Management

Doctorate of Business Administration (DBA)

This DBA is research-based, issue-driven qualification that culminates in a doctoral degree. It focuses on the broad area of the management of technology, organizational change and innovation. The programme is offered in France, USA or China. The content of the programme is the same regardless the location. It is divided into two stages: training in doctoral research in management sciences, followed by a thesis.

Students who are in China can find the Replay on Youku

Entry Requirements: Master + at least 5 years of professional experience
Accreditation: AACSB, AMBA, EQUIS
Duration: 4 years
Location: Grenoble / USA / China
Language: English
Selection: Academic dossier + research proposal
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  • Michelle Mielly - Program Director DBA USA
  • Guillaume Ferrante - Associate Professor of Management and Entrepreneurship
  • 00:14

    The Corporate Speech


    What are the benefits of a DBA? Is it only for academics?


    What do successful graduates do when they finish the DBA?


    Do you offer partial aid or partial scholarship for part-time DBA overseas students?

  • 07:45

    What are some of the research topics current students are working in?


    What kinds of profiles are you looking for?


    Can you tell me more about the first year of methods learning, please?


    I have an MBA and more than 15 years of experience. I am planning to research AI and its impact on HR. Is this possible knowing that this is not directly linked to my current position?

  • 15:19

    How much will we be in a classroom during this program?


    Is it possible to take longer to finish stage two?


    I have heard you can feel pretty isolated doing a doctorate. Do you organize meetups for candidates?