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The DBA requires an advanced understanding of the body of knowledge underlying the several areas of management and their integration

The DPhil or DMgt require an advanced understanding of the body of knowledge in a chosen area of management

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Doctoral Programmes
Doctoral Programmes run by The International Management Centres Association (IMCA) demand the fullest understanding of existing theory and knowledge. They attract the divergent thinkers; strategists, CEOs and entrepreneurs.

Action Learning
The approach to all of our programmes are based on action learning; an approach designed to combine essential theoretical study with research into and resolution of real workplace challenges.

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Please Note
The programmes offered, and awards granted, from IMCA and Revans University are conducted under the Education Reform Act's provisions for foreign universities to operate in the UK. They are deliberately action learning programmes, i.e. not following traditional academic pedagogical paradigms. As such they are not intended to and as such do not lead to degrees that are Listed by the UK's Department of Education. However, they have been widely accepted since 1982 by industry and universities as appropriate for action learning in some 44 countries across the world. Any potential students contemplating an IMCA and Revans University programme with a view to using the awards as the basis for further academic or career development/ salary increments etc. should satisfy themselves that the action learning approach is appropriate for such further aspirations.

If action learning is felt not to be appropriate then IMCA and Revans University programmes should be eschewed.



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