EIASM
Academic Council meeting
Humboldt University, Berlin –
6 October 2008
Perspectives on Doctoral
Education
Dr Colin Pilbeam
Cranfield School of Management
Cranfield University’s Mission
To create and transform world class science,
technology and management into viable,
practical, environmentally desirable solutions that
enhance economic development and the quality
of life.
Cranfield Doctoral programmes
PhD
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ESRC Recognition
FT (incl. MRes) & PT Modes
1+3 yr & 6 yr registration
Entry in October
12-15 Students p.a.
50% international students
30% women
Average age 35 yrs
DBA
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ESRC Recognition
PT Cohort based
4 yr registration
Entry in October
12-16 Students p.a.
55% international students
20% women
Average age 41 years
Size of Programme
Sizes of Doctoral Programmes
120
100
FT
80
PT
60
DBA
Total
40
20
0
2001/02 2002/03
2003/04 2004/05 2005/06
Year
2006/07 2007/08
Doctoral Completions
Number of Doctoral Completions
20
15
10
5
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1996
1998
2000
2002
Graduation Year
2004
2006
2008
Drop out rates
Completion Rates (2000-07 Entry)
100
90
80
70
60
Drop Outs
50
Continuing
40
Completed
30
20
10
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FT
PT
Degree
DBA
Issues impacting – UK Schools
• Economic Drivers
(RAE, ESRC
Recognition)
• Policy Drivers
(Roberts Review – Joint
Skills Statement
Lambert Review +
Sainsbury Review)
• Number of
Completions
• Submission rates
• Transferable Skills
• Links to Industry
Issues impacting - Subject
• Demography
• What is
“management”
knowledge ?
• What is research
model ?
• Allocation of students
• Use of bursaries
• Mentoring arrangements
• Rigour AND Relevance
• Co-production
• Communities of Practice
• Cohort
• Lone Scholar
Issues impacting - Students
• Mobility
• Career / PDP
• Integration
• International Travel
• Conferences
• Visiting Students
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Publications
Placement
CVs
Letters of support
• Use of IT (e.g. Adobe Connect)
Doctoral Level Education – Key
Questions ?
• What is its purpose ?
• Who is it for ?
• What is the model ?
• What is the standard ?
• What is required ?
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Managing research training and supervision at Cranfield