WELCOME TO THE SZEEDSM DOCTORAL PROGRAM IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
You are invited to acquaint yourself with our Doctoral Program whose unique feature is the transdisciplinary approach to inquiries of complex problems. The program is an integral part of the Doctoral School of Regional Sciences and Business Administration of the Széchenyi István University, Győr, Hungary since 2016. The doctoral program, which has enjoyed fundamental support from the Pallas Athene Domus Meriti Foundation, is the first full-fledged, international doctoral program in the field of business administration sciences with a transdisciplinary approach administered in English. Our faculty members include visiting professors and supervisors from various countries. The majority of the students enjoy scholarships in the course of both the educational phase and the research phase of their studies.
This doctoral program is based on academic rigor which emphasizes practical relevance by welcoming practitioners to join the program. In addition to the traditional business administration approaches, the program offers a transdisciplinary approach that emphasizes the importance of using different, subtle theoretical lenses in developing analyses of diverse phenomena to be understood within an academic research framework. For further information please examine our detailed Curriculum.
The SzEEDSM Doctoral Program enhances and amplifies the message that our Doctoral School is the right academic space where the seeds of knowledge are sown and well-trained scholars and practitioners will be the yield at the end of the program. The ultimate goal of our program is to enable doctoral students to become leaders of change in their communities both in academia and in the corporate world.
The Management of the doctoral program is grateful to the founding director, professor Gyula Vastag for his vision, engagement and expertise who will continue his commitment to the program as a faculty member and a supervisor as much as his other obligations may permit.
László Imre Komlósi
Director of the Doctoral Program