PhD PROGRAMS IN INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS

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  • PhD
  • Thane
  • Duration:
    3 Years
  • When:
    Flexible
  • Credits:
Description

International business comprises all commercial transactions (private and governmental, sales, investments, logistics, and transportation) that take place between two or more regions, countries and nations beyond their political boundaries. Usually, private companies undertake such transactions for profit; governments undertake them for profit and for political reasons.[1] The term "international business" refers to all those business activities which involve cross-border transactions of goods, services, resources between two or more nations. Transactions of economic resources include capital, skills, people etc. for international production of physical goods and services such as finance, banking, insurance, construction etc

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Where and when

Starts Location Timetable
Flexible
Thane
03 Lula arcade Bhanu sagar theatre, Kalyan w Thane Mumbai , 421301, Maharashtra, India
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Frequent Asked Questions

· What are the objectives of this course?

The doctoral program is a full-time course of study, typically four years post-baccalaureate. The program of study leading to the doctoral degree is organized to attain the following objectives: • To enable students to engage in advanced study and research with scholars in a variety of information fields, such as economics of information, human-computer interaction, library and information services, organizational issues, archives and records management, new systems architecture, digital libraries, information systems management, and digital documents/digital publishing • To foster original and scholarly research that contributes to all of these fields • To enable graduates to integrate their professional education and experience with the larger problems of the information professions To reach these objectives, students in the doctoral program work closely with one or more faculty members of the school and from their related fields of study. A student’s primary advisor is a key factor to success in graduate school. Members of the field preliminary and dissertation committees will also play important mentoring roles in a student’s academic progress. Upon admission to the school, each PhD student is assigned a faculty advisor. This faculty member will assist you in developing your first year of study. As you come to know the faculty better and your research interests crystallize, you may find another faculty member who would better serve that role.

· Who is it intended for?

The doctoral program is a full-time course of study, typically four years post-baccalaureate. The program of study leading to the doctoral degree is organized to attain the following objectives: • To enable students to engage in advanced study and research with scholars in a variety of information fields, such as economics of information, human-computer interaction, library and information services, organizational issues, archives and records management, new systems architecture, digital libraries, information systems management, and digital documents/digital publishing • To foster original and scholarly research that contributes to all of these fields • To enable graduates to integrate their professional education and experience with the larger problems of the information professions To reach these objectives, students in the doctoral program work closely with one or more faculty members of the school and from their related fields of study. A student’s primary advisor is a key factor to success in graduate school. Members of the field preliminary and dissertation committees will also play important mentoring roles in a student’s academic progress. Upon admission to the school, each PhD student is assigned a faculty advisor. This faculty member will assist you in developing your first year of study. As you come to know the faculty better and your research interests crystallize, you may find another faculty member who would better serve that role.

· Requirements

Candidate Who has completed M.Phil. / Pre Ph.D. / P. G. in Relevant Subject Master degree bearers students with specialization in related subject.

· Qualification

Candidate Who has completed M.Phil. / Pre Ph.D. / P. G. in Relevant Subject Master degree bearers students with specialization in related subject.

· What marks this course apart?

REGULAR ADMISSION CAMPUS STUDY

· What happens after requesting information?

DOCUMENTS SCANED APPLICATION FORM FILL REGISTRATION CHARGES

What you'll learn on the course

International
Business
International Business
International Study

Teachers and trainers (1)

SNEHA SHARMA
SNEHA SHARMA
COUNSELOR

Course programme

First Year

Fall

· Proseminar

· Seminar-E

· Lecture-E

Spring

· Seminar-E

· Seminar-E

· Lecture-E

The distribution requirements for the particular MPhil program and the requirements for the major and minor fields should be considered when selecting courses.

Second Year

Fall

· Seminar-E

· Seminar-E

· Lecture-E

· Lecture-R

Spring

· Seminar-E

· Seminar-E

· Lecture-E

· Lecture-R

Specific courses and language requirements may vary slightly by MPhil program. Consult MPhil program descriptions in the Bulletin for requirements.

Most MPhil programs require a minimum of five seminar courses for E-credit and allow up to three lecture courses to be counted for R-credit.

Other Second Year Requirements

Pass second language exam.

Teaching or curatorial fellowship assignments.

Second-year students are encouraged to begin formulating dissertation topics and optional bibliographies for oral exams.

In the summer following the second year, students are encouraged to investigate possible dissertation topics by travelling to archival resources, museums, and to meet scholars in the field.

Third Year

Fall

· Seminar-E

· Lecture-R

8-9000-level independent research projects related to a student's prospective dissertation topic may count towards the seminar requirements of the MPhil program.

Other Third Year Requirements

Take oral exam. Students must complete coursework and all other MPhil requirements before sitting for the oral exam.

Apply for fellowships.

Pass additional language exam(s) as appropriate (see MPhil program requirements.)

Teaching or curatorial fellowship assignments.

Students are encouraged to schedule the presentation of a dissertation topic to a committee of three faculty (defense of proposal no later than 7th semester.)

Fourth Year

Teaching Fellowship (Art Hum or Barnard) or Departmental dissertation fellowship.

Fifth Year

Departmental dissertation fellowship or Teaching Fellowship or external funding (e.g., CASVA.)

Sixth Year

CU or external dissertation funding. A Teaching Fellowship may be awarded if positions and funding are available.

Seventh Year

Dissertation funding or teaching position as awarded.

Complete and defend dissertation.

Extensions beyond seven years require approval.


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