Cass and TiasNimbas Launch Joint Executive PhD Program

Four-year, part-time program to launch in January 2014

Cass Business School

Cass Business School and TiasNimbas Business School will offer a joint executive PhD program starting in January 2014, according to statements from both schools.

The new program, which is primarily research-based, will allow participants to "study the latest scientific insights, theoretical frameworks and practical applications in their chosen field in an international context," according to a press release.

Aimed at senior-level executives, the executive PhD will take place in ten residential week-long sessions over the course of four years. The sessions will be split evenly between Cass' London campus and TiasNimbas' Tilburg campus. "Delegates will also be expected to work on their thesis research project for another 16 to 20 hours a week," according to the course webpage.

For more information, please see Cass Business School's Executive PhD program webpage, or see the full profiles of either Cass Business School or TiasNimbas Business School on FIND MBA.

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