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.

Some of the recent research projects of faculty and doctoral students have been in areas of environment , sustainability and climate change; finance and econometrics modeling; behavioral decision making; integration of natural resources and cultural and traditional knowledge systems with heritage, Digital communication, technology and marketing dynamics, organisational dynamics, technology, operations and supply chain management amongst others. Our faculty members are actively engaged in research as well as offering courses in the studio/project mode and are supported by grants from government agencies, industry and from within the Ahmedabad University. The School runs a very vibrant Research Seminar Series where doctoral students engage with research by academic within the school and from around the world. The school also has a partnership with ISB Hyderabad around the doctoral programme which learning opportunities for our doctoral students through relevant coursework and for research mentorship at ISB.

All full-time doctoral students of the Amrut Mody School of Management  are eligible to receive financial support on the basis of merit. Some of the full-time doctoral students are awarded University Assistantship that comprises a monthly fellowship and tuition waiver. Other avenues of financial support include teaching assistantships of the School or fellowship from sponsored research projects with faculty. 

Programme Must Knows

Minimum Programme Credits:

Economics | Environment and Sustainability | Finance | Heritage Management | Human Resources | Marketing | Operations Management | Organisational Behaviour