IEED has a large and active cohort of entrepreneurship PhD students on the cross-disciplinary PhD in Management programme. Their research builds on the Institute's research interests and they form an integral part of IEED's research community.
Within IEED we are always happy to receive applications from well-qualified applicants interested in studying for a PhD on a full- or part-time basis, and aim to provide helpful guidance to students in the development of their work. Part-time applicants must demonstrate how they will provide the time and resources to complete their PhD, and if successful will be expected to visit Lancaster on a regular basis for supervision and training.
We are able to supervise projects involving diverse topics and methods. Each PhD student is typically supervised by at least two members of staff. If we receive interesting applications which do not fit our core interests, we may involve additional supervisors with the necessary skillset. For further details of current IEED research interests, see research themes.
Current PhD research activity
The range of PhD research carried out within IEED can be seen by looking at the profiles for some of our current students which contain details of their research interests and publications.
- Angela Carradus
- Feranita Feranita
- Helen Fogg
- Magnus George
- Ambra Mazzelli
- Emanuela Rondi
- Anoosheh Rostamkalaei
PhD graduates from IEED have typically progressed to academic careers at various leading UK universities, including St Andrews, Leeds and Bradford, and some have also been recruited to posts within the Institute.
Interested in applying?
Further details, including entry requirements and latest fee information, are given on the PhD in Management webpage. When making your application you will also need to develop a proposal which follows the guidelines for the PhD in Management and submit this with a full application.
Further information about the application process is given on the main LUMS PhD web pages.
Informal enquiries should be addressed to the Doctoral Director, Dr Sascha Walter.