History

History

In 1991, a group of directors of doctoral programmes in management from European business schools, using land mail to communicate, decided to launch EDAMBA as a network to exchange their practices and foster their reflections on the future of doctoral education. In 2011, the association
held its 20th annual meeting at ESADE business school (Barcelona).

Doctoral education is becoming a global activity. To train the millions of managers which the fast economic growth everywhere requires, old and new universities and schools over the planet
need teachers with doctorates. This new trend imposes a thorough revision of the role of European universities and schools in doctoral education and research. Moreover, in the next two decades the technology will allow creating and disseminating knowledge in totally new ways, modifying deeply the nature of competition and collaboration among the research and education institutions.
 

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EDAMBA Summer Research Academy
Athens, Greece, July 17-21, 2017
Application Deadline: March 31, 2017

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The Henley Forum Conference 2017

Activating organisational dynamic
Power up your knowledge, learning and change work

March 1 -2 , 2017
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Ljubljana Doctoral Summer School 2017 

Ljubljana, 3 to 21 July 2017

Application period: January - July 2017

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A European Code of Practice for Doctoral Studies in Management and Business
Drafted by an EIASM/EDAMBA task force

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EDAMBA is pleased to announce its membership to EQUAL

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NEWS FROM MEMBERS

PhD in Management Sciences Seminar Open Innovation & Open Business Models
​ESADE Business School
Barcelona - Sant Cugat Campus
December 13-14, 2016
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​50% discount for EDAMBA members

 

 


Contact

Nina Payen
EDAMBA Executive Secretary
Tel: +32 (0)2 226 66 61

E-mail: payen@eiasm.be

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