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DBA information meeting 5.3.2019 - Henley Business School Finland

DBA information meeting 5.3.2019

Have you considered a DBA?

The Henley Doctorate of Business Administration (DBA) is a part-time professional doctoral degree with an international scope and reputation, designed to enhance executive and professional practice through the application of sound theory and rigorous research into real and complex issues in business and management. It enhances the capability to develop knowledge and theory, and their application.

The Henley DBA is one of only nine programmes globally to have gained the prestigious AMBA accreditation. Since its launch in 1992, it has become the most established DBA programme in Europe with the highest number of graduates from over 30 countries around the world.

If you are considering to undertake a DBA, join our upcoming info session to discuss and find possible answers to the questions:

  • Why a DBA?
  • Why the Henley DBA?
  • What is required?
  • What to expect?
  • How to apply?
  • How long does it take?

Jules Lajola, Henley MBA and DBA programme associate, will be sharing his motivation for joining the programme, set out his Henley DBA journey and answer your questions about undertaking a DBA degree.

Jennika Rantanen - Henley Business School Finland

Jennika Rantanen

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