Research course

Doctorate in Coaching and Mentoring

Institution
Oxford Brookes University · Business School
Qualifications
DCaM

Entry requirements

For graduate entry to Year 1, applicants would normally be expected to have a good honours degree, plus three years' experience in a related field. Those with appropriate master's level qualifications may be eligible for exemptions from certain elements of the programme and could enter either in Year 2 or Year 3, depending on experience and qualifications.

DCM

Months of entry

September

Course content

We are a leader in the rapidly growing area of coaching and mentoring. This doctorate is cross-disciplinary: as well as focusing on professional development through reflective practice, it also considers the pivotal adult development, organisational and psychological dimensions of coaching and mentoring. The programme comprises taught components, preparation for research at doctoral level and an extended thesis. This doctoral course is designed to be undertaken on a part-time basis over five years (potentially three if you have relevant masters qualifications already) and is delivered through a series of monthly one-day seminars held in Oxford.

Department specialisms

Accounting, Governance and Information Management Coaching and Mentoring Economics and International Business Hospitality, Leisure and Tourism Management Management and Organisational Studies Marketing and Operations Management Pedagogy

Fees and funding

Funding opportunities can be found at:
www.brookes.ac.uk/studing/finance/support/pg_home

Qualification and course duration

DCaM

part time
36-60 months

Course contact details

Name
Research Administrator (DCM)
Email
cspurgeon@brookes.ac.uk
Phone
+44 (0) 1865 485970