Snapshot: DBA Partnership Brings Global Doctoral Students to Webster Geneva

| April 1, 2014
Twenty-seven motivated doctoral students in two separate cohorts gathered in Geneva to progress their dissertations.

Twenty-seven motivated doctoral students in two separate cohorts gathered in Geneva to progress their dissertations.

Participants hailed from locations like Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Serbia and Thailand.

Participants hailed from locations like Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Serbia and Thailand.

Webster University Geneva hosted the Grenoble Ecole de Management (GEM) DBA workshop from Friday, March 21- Sunday, March 24, 2014.

Twenty-seven motivated doctoral students in two separate cohorts gathered in Geneva to progress their dissertations. Candidates represented the globe with participants from locations like Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Serbia and Thailand. (Last year’s cohort included participants from those countries as well as Trinidad and Ireland.)

Two professors and two members of the management team from Grenoble were also present. One cohort worked on refining their research design and literature review, while the other worked on quantitative data collection.

According to Kevin Stringer, chair of Webster Geneva business and technology programs and director of the DBA partnership, these taught modules are invaluable to participants for both academic, collaboration, and networking purposes.

The program also offers selected Webster University faculty a path to achieving a highly recognized doctoral degree. The DBA program is a partnership with Grenoble Ecole de Management, accredited with AACSB, EQUIS and AMBA.

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