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We have a thriving PhD programme, and our doctoral students contribute to the life of the department through participation at School and Departmental seminars and doctoral consortia.
Doctoral students are a vital component of our lively research ethos, and we look for a good match between the interests and availability of a potential supervisor, your interests, and the importance and accessibility of your chosen topic. Throughout your journey you will be supported by our academic and administrative staff who will help and guide you, striving to ensure your time with us is rewarding and enjoyable.
As a PhD student, you will find a rich offering of other opportunities either from LUMS, other faculties, through the ESRC’s North-West Social Science Doctoral Training Programme to which we belong, and through NARTI, a network of leading University Business and Management Schools in the North of England. For more information on potential research topics and supervisors within this department, please visit our search for a supervisor page.
Discover our job market candidates for 2017/18.
"Studying my Marketing PhD at Lancaster was a life-changing experience. I not only received a high level academic education, but I also gained several life lessons."
Andres Barrios Fajardo, PhD Marketing 2013
The research training of the PhD in Marketing includes compulsory modules covering topics such as qualitative and quantitative research methods. You will also participate in a series of skill seminars which are not compulsory but highly recommended. For more information, please refer to the tabs below or the PhD Marketing handbook.
Below is an overview of the modules you will study throughout your first year on the PhD in Marketing.
You will be required to attend a minimum of 7 days (50 hours) additional, specialist research training during years 1 and 2 of your studies, to be agreed with your supervisors and the programme director. You will need to write a brief report (circa 500 words) setting out how each piece of training has contributed to your research. At least 2 days (14 hours) of training should be undertaken in Year 1.
Please note: your training can be delivered by LUMS, Lancaster University, ESRC, NARTI or other relevant bodies to your discipline, and it can also be accredited or unaccredited.
These seminars are open to PhD students from all programmes, with two compulsory seminars in the first term. All PhD students are strongly encouraged to attend the seminars that you think will aid your study.
We offer a range of funding opportunities and studentships through Lancaster University, UK research councils and various other organisations. For more details please visit our Apply for PhD page.
Our Marketing job market candidates students for 2017-2018 are listed below. For further details, please contact the Doctoral Office.
PhD Marketing, 2013
PhD Marketing, 2012
PhD Marketing, 2010