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Insead is extending its PhD in management programme to its Singapore campus.

Next week five new PhD students will join the Asia campus and a further eight will join the school’s European campus at Fontainebleau, France.

“Insead’s continued commitment to investing in Singapore is testament to the excellent collaboration and working relationship with the government institutions and business community in Singapore…” says Christoph Loch, dean of the PhD programme.

“Our latest decision to expand the PhD programme to Singapore underscores our confidence in Asia as a promising and growing market,” he adds.

The school’s PhD in management programme spans four to five years and includes two years of training in research methods and a further two to three years of dissertation research. It offers six areas of specialisation - finance, decision sciences, marketing, organisational behaviour, strategy and technology and operations management.

The participants will be able to take advantage of research opportunities in both campuses and will also be able to conduct research in the US via Insead’s alliance with the Wharton School at the University of Pennysylvania, as well as in the Middle East through the school’s Centre for Executive Education and Research in Abu Dhabi and its Centre for Research in Israel.


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