Strathclyde Business School is the ideal place to continue your business studies and embark on a research career.
Our research community
We’re proud of our diverse postgraduate community, with students from all over the world. As a Strathclyde PhD student, you’ll work side-by-side with world-class academics, carrying out leading-edge research that makes a difference. You'll have access to leading research centres including the Scottish Centre for Employment Research and Fraser of Allander Institute.
Strathclyde Business School is located in the heart of Glasgow City Innovation District, a thriving community of companies, researchers and innovation support organisations. Working together with our partners in business and industry, we’re accelerating growth, improving productivity and tackling global challenges.
Research degrees (MRes, MPhil, PhD and DBA) are offered in all academic departments although most of our research student population are doctoral students. The Research Methodology programme is unique to Strathclyde
The Research Methodology PgCert programme, run by the Business School, provides students with a grounding in research methodologies in management disciplines. In addition you can access the University's Researcher Professional Development PgCert along with many other research and knowledge exchange related courses.
Our postgraduate research students have many opportunities to share their work and ideas within the community and there are many conferences, seminars and events that help you get involved. We also organise a number of social activities to help you meet new people. Our current postgraduate research population contains 47 different nationalities across our six departments.
- attend the Strathclyde Business School Faculty Research Methodology Programme. It's four modules over two to three days each. If you're part time, you'll spread these over two years
- present your research at departmental and faculty colloquia for PhD students. This is combined with the our review process designed to help you ensure that your research is on track
- have access to additional funding to support training needs and conference attendance
- enjoy regular meetings and contact with your supervisory team