Doctoral School

The Doctoral School brings together Grenoble Ecole de Management's research training at the highest level – the Doctorate of Business Administration (DBA), the PhD, and Advanced Research Programs.

Doctorate of Business Administration

Our AMBA-accredited DBA program is a leading program with a truly global reach, providing the link between academic research and business.

Ph.D in Business Administration

A 4-year full-time program, designed to ensure that students are involved very early on in research and develop a solid publication record during their PhD studies.
The PhD is our beacon of research excellence and delivered with the Laboratoire en Innovation, Technologie, Economie & Management (LITEM).

Post-Doctoral Bridge to Business

Graduates of this AACSB endorsed program can be, based on determination of the hiring school, considered academically qualified for the period of five years from completion.

Advanced Research Seminars

Advanced Research Seminars deal with advanced research methodology issues in Management and Business. They aim at facilitating academic work by increasing methodological skills for research.

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  • 20 Feb

    PHD Dissertation Defense

    PhD candidate Pabitra Chatterjee will defend his PhD dissertation on February 25, 2015, from 1 pm to 4 pm (room F909, Grenoble Ecole de Management).

  • 06 Feb

    First SABIC Grant Awarded to GEM DBA Candidate

    For the first time ever, a Grenoble Ecole de Management DBA candidate has been awarded the SABIC grant. The DBA candidate, John Sandwick, proposed an original thesis project on Islamic asset management, an area of Islamic finance that has yet to be...

  • 07 Jul

    AOM 2014: Congratulations Greg Molecke

    Greg Molecke has been nominated as an outstanding reviewer for the Business Policy and Strategy Division of the Academy of Management for the 2014

  • 02 Jul

    PHD Dissertation Defense

    PhD candidate George Watts will defend his PhD dissertation titled "Innovation Under Extreme Constraints: The challenge of developing-country coffee producers to access global markets " on July 8, from 10:00 to 12:00 in F909 at Grenoble Ecole de...

  • 05 May

    Research : How participatory HRM practices enhance the job quality of vulnerable workers

    Employees' participation in corporate decision-making has developed strongly since the 1980s, giving them a new role as potential problem-solvers. While the positive impact of these participatory human resource management (HRM) practices, on workers...