The DBA is a blended part time program aimed at outstanding managers, who hold a master degree, and want to enhance their professional practice combining academic rigor and managerial relevance. The goal is to contribute to the state of the art knowledge in their chosen area of study through management research within current and future work settings
Our student come from various business backgrounds, from multinational companies to founders of their own businesses. All of them hold senior management positions (i.e. CEO, VP, Partner, and General Manager).

DURATION

4 year program

LANGUAGE

English

LOCATION

Madrid

Format

Part- Time (Blended)

Intake

In October

Face-to-Face

3 periods in Madrid. 2 weeks each period

LATEST RESEARCH NEWS

LEESI GBOROGBOSI, CURRENT DBA STUDENT

"Walking Together: Social License to Operate Strategy in Firms' Collaboration with Social Movements"

Paper Presented at SMS (Strategic Management Society), October 2017

DAVID GOODMAN, CURRENT DBA STUDENT

"Imprints of a world to come: Anticipatory fit and nonconformity in Chicago architecture firms, 1928- 2000"

Paper Presented at EGOS, June 2017.

SONNY DUA, CURRENT DBA STUDENT

"Transforming ERGs to BRGs: Demonstrating Business Impact Through a Resource Partitioning Lens"

Paper presented at AOM (Academy Of Management), August 2017

HORACIO ARREDONDO, CURRENT DBA STUDENT

"Going back to the roots of socioemotional wealth"

Journal of the Iberoamerican Academy of Management, Volume: 14 Issue: 3, 2016

OFFICIAL DEGREE

Students fulfilling the following requirements, will be entitled to request the issuance of the Official University Degree upon completion of the Program

FACULTY

Our world-class faculty, one of IE biggest assets, is engaged in rigorous and relevant research, and systematically publish in top journal.

Below some faculty testimonials.

Profile Fabrizio Salvador

Professor of Operations Strategy

Profile Matthias Seifert

Professor of Decision Sciences

Profile Caterina Moschieri

Professor of Strategic Management

Profile Marco Trombetta

Vice-Dean of Research