DBA Symposium: The DBA Journey

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Description

This year’s Symposium will examine the DBA journey, from application and recruitment, through transition to and engagement on the programme, to the point of DBA completion. Embarking upon a DBA is a major, potentially life-changing, undertaking; this event will have a practical focus to examine the effectiveness of alternative approaches being taken by business schools at all stages of that important journey.

A two-track event developed for DBA faculty and students from around the UK, the 2019 DBA Symposium is being run in collaboration between the Chartered Association of Business Schools and the British Academy of Management. As in previous years, this Symposium is designed to include parallel programmes for faculty involved in managing and teaching DBA programmes and for DBA students.

All participants will also benefit from the great opportunity provided by this annual event to meet with peers and discuss issues relating to the DBA programme.

For faculty involved in DBAs/Executive Doctorates: A programme for those involved in managing, teaching and assessing DBA/Executive Doctorates in business and management. The aim is to provide a forum for sharing experiences and good practice in order to build a supportive network within BAM and Chartered ABS. Speakers will include faculty with extensive experience of DBA/Executive Doctorate provision.

For DBA/Executive Doctorate Students:  A parallel programme will be run for DBA students to discuss their doctoral research in a supportive setting. One of the best ways to progress research is to present and receive feedback on research and ideas to date. 

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When

Thursday 23 May 2019
Registration opens at 9:20

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Who Should Attend

  • DBA directors and other faculty involved in managing, teaching and assessing DBA/Executive Doctorates
  • Students on DBA/Executive Doctorates or similar programmes, who may be at any stage of their doctoral studies

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Location

Birmingham City Business School
Birmingham City University
The Curzon Building
4 Cardigan Street
Birmingham
B4 7BD

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Travel Information

Traveling to the University: http://www.bcu.ac.uk/student-info/welcome-week/before-you-arrive/travelling

Maps and Directions: https://www.bcu.ac.uk/about-us/maps-and-campuses/city-centre-campus/map-and-directions

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Paper Submission Details

DBA/Executive Doctorate students are invited to submit a structured summary of their work in no more than 1,000 words by 5 April 2019.

Submissions are welcome from students in all stages of their doctorates. Each structured submission should include:

• Title

• Purpose of the research

• The practical issue to be addressed

• A discussion of any literature read to date

• Research questions

• Proposed or actual methodology (depending on stage of doctorate)

• Initial results and analysis (if appropriate)

• The intended contributions to practice and theory

We aim to include all submissions in the workshop. Therefore, submissions will not be formally reviewed and written feedback will not be given but will be used to structure roundtable sessions during the symposium.

Please head your e-mail ‘DBA Symposium – Student Submission’ and  send submissions to Dr Martin Eley at Martin.Eley@bcu.ac.uk

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Speakers

  • Dr Claire Collins, Director of the DBA Programme, Henley Business School
  • Professor Emma Parry, Director of Doctoral Programmes (Leadership and Management), Cranfield School of Management
  • Dr Martin Eley, Director DBA and Executive MBA Programmes, Birmingham City Business School Symposium Chair
  • Dr Birinder Sandhawalia, Director DBA Programme, University of Hertfordshire
  • Dr Richard Tresidder, University Reader and DBA Programme Leader, Sheffield Business School, Sheffield Hallam University

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Provider Information

Joint event by British Academy of Management (BAM) and Chartered Association of Business Schools (CABS)

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Contact

If you have any enquiries, please contact Linh Dang at eventsofficer@bam.ac.uk, or on 02073837770

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Event Fee 

£180 for DBA Directors and Faculty

£130 for Students

(a 25% discount is offered to second and more attendees from the same business school - please contact Linh Dang at eventsofficer@bam.ac.uk or 02073837770 for registering instructions)

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Registration

 

 

 

If you are not a BAM member and would like to join BAM or find out more about the benefits of being a BAM member, please go to BAM membership.

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Cancelation Policy - Should you wish to cancel your place, you will receive a full refund if your cancelation is made 4 weeks prior to the event. After this, full payment will be required.  BAM reserves the right to cancel the event if there are not enough people to justify running the workshops.
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23rd May 2019   to   4:00 PM
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DBA Directors and faculty £ 180.00
Student £ 130.00
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