Doctoral Programmes

Our research-oriented and rigorous doctoral programmes provide all-round training to our scholars. Moreover, our active global collaborations with leading institutes brings them the enriching experience of working with, studying, and learning from peers across the world.

  • PhD at Amrut Mody School of Management

    The Amrut Mody School of Management at Ahmedabad University offers an interdisciplinary, academically rigorous and research oriented Doctoral (PhD) programme in Management that prepares scholars for careers in academia and research divisions of industry. Requirements for this degree include extensive interdisciplinary course work, demonstrable expertise in areas of research, and successful completion of thesis.

    Offered at: Amrut Mody School of Management


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  • PhD at School of Arts and Sciences

    Ahmedabad University’s doctoral programmes involve completing graduate-level course work, passing a comprehensive examination, and successfully completing a dissertation. The School of Arts and Sciences offers doctoral programmes in Humanities and Social Sciences, Life Sciences, and Physics. Details of each of the programmes is given below.

    Offered at: School of Arts and Sciences


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  • PhD at School of Engineering and Applied Science

    Ahmedabad University encourages high quality research through doctoral degree programmes. Ahmedabad University is actively involved in the process of building networks and partnerships with leading institutes, enabling faculty and scholars to work with peers across the world. The doctoral degree programme at the School of Engineering and Applied Science of Ahmedabad University offers an inter-disciplinary exposure to research and provides the students an opportunity for building a career in academia, or R&D sectors of industry.

  • PhD at School of Public Health

    The programme will focus on applying epidemiology concepts and interdisciplinary approaches to conduct high quality research to understand lifestyle and environmental factors that may affect infectious disease and epidemics, and major chronic non-communicable disease.

    Offered at: School of Public Health


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