FEE

€ 20,000

DURATION

MIN. 2 Years

MODE OF LEARNING AND ASSESSMENT

Distance / 100% Online

PROGRAMMES

4 Specialization

24/7 ASSISTANCE

Whatsapp:+33607591197

  • FEE

    € 20,000

  • DURATION

    MIN. 2 Years

  • MODE OF LEARNING AND ASSESSMENT

    Distance / 100% Online

  • PROGRAMMES

    4 Specialization

  • 24/7 ASSISTANCE

    Whatsapp:+33607591197

This route to EIU-Paris’ Practitioner’s Doctorate degree involves submitting previously published scholarly work, such as books, book chapters, and journal articles, which together form a coherent body of work and show evidence of an original contribution to a particular field of study.

This route is most suitable for those who are extensively published and who has deep understanding and vast experience base in a specialized field of expertise.

The previously published scholarly work would be assesses to the same rigorous standards as a traditional doctorate by thesis.

Candidates are expected to provide a written supporting statement, which could range from 5,000 to 10,000 words, and present their scholarly work to EIU-Paris’ academic committee. Specially assigned supervisors would assist candidates with selecting relevant publications to submit for consideration, as well as assist the candidates with creation of appropriate supporting statement.  

Candidates choosing the DTP route to Doctorate degree would need to defend their previous publication in front of at least 3 senior external examiners. Candidates are also expected to attend and/or present scholarly papers, related to their field of research, in national or international conference or seminar of their choice.

This route to EIU-Paris’ Practitioner’s Doctorate degree involves submitting previously published scholarly work, such as books, book chapters, and journal articles, which together form a coherent body of work and show evidence of an original contribution to a particular field of study.

This route is most suitable for those who are extensively published and who has deep understanding and vast experience base in a specialized field of expertise.

The previously published scholarly work would be assesses to the same rigorous standards as a traditional doctorate by thesis.

Candidates are expected to provide a written supporting statement, which could range from 5,000 to 10,000 words, and present their scholarly work to EIU-Paris’ academic committee. Specially assigned supervisors would assist candidates with selecting relevant publications to submit for consideration, as well as assist the candidates with creation of appropriate supporting statement.  

Candidates choosing the DTP route to Doctorate degree would need to defend their previous publication in front of at least 3 senior external examiners. Candidates are also expected to attend and/or present scholarly papers, related to their field of research, in national or international conference or seminar of their choice.

Doctorate Through Publication (DTP) - 180 ECTS: 
Module 1: RBL820 Scholarly Conference / Seminar I (15 ECTS)
Module 2: RBL830 Scholarly Conference / Seminar II (15 ECTS)
Module 3: VIVA920 Viva Voce (30 ECTS)
Module 4: DSSR980: Doctorate Thesis (120 ECTS) - Previous Publication Route

  1. Be likely to meet the required standards for a Doctorate degree.
  2. At least 5 years of working experience in the managerial position.
  3. Show evidence of research skills equivalent to those expected of a traditional Doctoral student in the relevant discipline.
  4. Submit a completed application form together with:
    a. statement of intent,
    b. all previous education qualification documents;
    c. one passport size photo (in formal attire);
    d. passport copy (photo page) and/or copy of national ID card,
    e. full C.V. including all research outputs (include evidence of a unifying theme across the publications/outputs and originality),
    f. 2-3 references from previous employers.
    g. brief summary of the relevant publications and/or portfolio materials.
  5. Receive an Acceptance letter along with the Invoice.
  6. Make the first payment to EIU.
  7. Start the programme.

  1. Submit a scholarly-publication or portfolio with an introduction segment describing how all items in the compilation of previous publication as well as portfolio consistently demonstrate contribution to the existing body of knowledge and practice in a specialized field of expertise (minimum 5,000 words and maximum 10,000 words).
  2. Defend the submission (scholarly work in the form of research paper, previous publication or portfolio) in front of a panel of expertise consisting of both internal and external examiners from EIU (oral examination). *Note: Could be completed via Skype as well.
  3. Demonstrate that he/she has thoroughly and critically investigated specific area of research and made an independent and original contribution to the existing body of knowledge as well as professional practice.

Examples of Materials acceptable for Portfolio Submission (requires collection of evidence that documents and authenticates processes and outputs)

  • Project reports
  • Published books/chapters/articles/manuscripts
  • Project materials
  • Patents
  • Software programs
  • Surveys
  • Maps
  • Multimedia packages
  • Feedback from project sponsors
  • Design materials
  • Conference papers
  • CD/DVD/video/film presentations
  • Exhibitions/productions

Examples of Materials acceptable for Publication Submission

  • Refereed articles or papers in journals
  • Conference proceedings
  • Monographs
  • Books
  • Chapters in books

The nominated supervisor will act in a similar role to that of a supervisor for a standard Doctorate Project, but with more emphasis on being a mentor to the candidate. They will act as a source of support and guidance during the preparation of the research material for examination (oral defense) and for administration of the examination (oral defense) process. The supervisor will:

  • Guide the candidate in the final selection of publications for inclusion in the submission;
  • Support and advise on the development of the introductory section;
  • Guide the candidate in relation to the coherence of the body of work to be submitted;
  • Advise the candidate in relation to any research training requirements:
  • Make arrangements for the examination (oral defense), including nomination of the examining team;
  • Support the candidate through the examination (oral defense) process.

The Examiners’ Main Tasks may be Interpreted as to:

  • Evaluate the intellectual merit of the candidate’s cited published and/or creative work;
  • Establish if a satisfactory case is made for coherence between the publications/outputs;
  • Assess the contribution to knowledge represented by the publications/portfolio and made apparent in any critical appraisal;
  • Evaluate the rigor with which the candidate has contextualised and analysed his/her publications/portfolio in any critical appraisal;
  • Evaluate the appropriateness of the methods employed in the research and the correctness of their application;
  • Assess the candidate’s contribution to the various phases of the research embodied in multi‐ authored works;
  • Establish the candidate’s ‘ownership’ of the published work and appreciation of the state of [historical and current] knowledge within the candidate’s research area;
  • Assess the candidate’s research skills in terms of his/her potential as a continuing, independent researcher.

American Dual Degree Option

Students successfully completing all the requirements for EIU’s D.B.A. and D.Man. qualify to apply for an American Dual Degree (second award) from the California Metropolitan University (CMU), CA, USA (https://cmu.ac/), along with being granted Associate Member of the International Alliance for Business Professionals, IABP, USA (http://iabp.us/).

American Dual Degree Option

Students successfully completing all the requirements for EIU’s D.B.A. and D.Man. qualify to apply for an American Dual Degree (second award) from the California Metropolitan University (CMU), CA, USA (https://cmu.ac/), along with being granted Associate Member of the International Alliance for Business Professionals, IABP, USA (http://iabp.us/).

Doctor of Business Administration (D.B.A)

USD$1,250

Doctor of Management (D.M.)

USD$1,250

Doctor of Strategic Leadership (D.S.L.)

USD$1,250

Doctor of Business Administration (D.B.A)

USD$1,250

Doctor of Management (D.M.)

USD$1,250

Doctor of Strategic Leadership (D.S.L.)

USD$1,250

Students will be able to get their American Dual Degree Legalized at a fixed cost of $USD 900, by the following legal bodies in the USA:
1. Notary Public
2. California State Certification
3. United States Department of State
4. Student’s Respective Embassy

Students will be able to get their American Dual Degree Legalized at a fixed cost of $USD 900, by the following legal bodies in the USA:
1. Notary Public
2. California State Certification
3. United States Department of State
4. Student’s Respective Embassy

Doctorate Through Publication (DTP) - 180 ECTS: 
Module 1: RBL820 Scholarly Conference / Seminar I (15 ECTS)
Module 2: RBL830 Scholarly Conference / Seminar II (15 ECTS)
Module 3: VIVA920 Viva Voce (30 ECTS)
Module 4: DSSR980: Doctorate Thesis (120 ECTS) - Previous Publication Route

  1. Be likely to meet the required standards for a Doctorate degree.
  2. At least 5 years of working experience in the managerial position.
  3. Show evidence of research skills equivalent to those expected of a traditional Doctoral student in the relevant discipline.
  4. Submit a completed application form together with:
    a. statement of intent,
    b. all previous education qualification documents;
    c. one passport size photo (in formal attire);
    d. passport copy (photo page) and/or copy of national ID card,
    e. full C.V. including all research outputs (include evidence of a unifying theme across the publications/outputs and originality),
    f. 2-3 references from previous employers.
    g. brief summary of the relevant publications and/or portfolio materials.
  5. Receive an Acceptance letter along with the Invoice.
  6. Make the first payment to EIU.
  7. Start the programme.

  1. Submit a scholarly-publication or portfolio with an introduction segment describing how all items in the compilation of previous publication as well as portfolio consistently demonstrate contribution to the existing body of knowledge and practice in a specialized field of expertise (minimum 5,000 words and maximum 10,000 words).
  2. Defend the submission (scholarly work in the form of research paper, previous publication or portfolio) in front of a panel of expertise consisting of both internal and external examiners from EIU (oral examination). *Note: Could be completed via Skype as well.
  3. Demonstrate that he/she has thoroughly and critically investigated specific area of research and made an independent and original contribution to the existing body of knowledge as well as professional practice.

Examples of Materials acceptable for Portfolio Submission (requires collection of evidence that documents and authenticates processes and outputs)

  • Project reports
  • Published books/chapters/articles/manuscripts
  • Project materials
  • Patents
  • Software programs
  • Surveys
  • Maps
  • Multimedia packages
  • Feedback from project sponsors
  • Design materials
  • Conference papers
  • CD/DVD/video/film presentations
  • Exhibitions/productions

Examples of Materials acceptable for Publication Submission

  • Refereed articles or papers in journals
  • Conference proceedings
  • Monographs
  • Books
  • Chapters in books

The nominated supervisor will act in a similar role to that of a supervisor for a standard Doctorate Project, but with more emphasis on being a mentor to the candidate. They will act as a source of support and guidance during the preparation of the research material for examination (oral defense) and for administration of the examination (oral defense) process. The supervisor will:

  • Guide the candidate in the final selection of publications for inclusion in the submission;
  • Support and advise on the development of the introductory section;
  • Guide the candidate in relation to the coherence of the body of work to be submitted;
  • Advise the candidate in relation to any research training requirements:
  • Make arrangements for the examination (oral defense), including nomination of the examining team;
  • Support the candidate through the examination (oral defense) process.

The Examiners’ Main Tasks may be Interpreted as to:

  • Evaluate the intellectual merit of the candidate’s cited published and/or creative work;
  • Establish if a satisfactory case is made for coherence between the publications/outputs;
  • Assess the contribution to knowledge represented by the publications/portfolio and made apparent in any critical appraisal;
  • Evaluate the rigor with which the candidate has contextualised and analysed his/her publications/portfolio in any critical appraisal;
  • Evaluate the appropriateness of the methods employed in the research and the correctness of their application;
  • Assess the candidate’s contribution to the various phases of the research embodied in multi‐ authored works;
  • Establish the candidate’s ‘ownership’ of the published work and appreciation of the state of [historical and current] knowledge within the candidate’s research area;
  • Assess the candidate’s research skills in terms of his/her potential as a continuing, independent researcher.

American Dual Degree Option

Students successfully completing all the requirements for EIU’s D.B.A. and D.Man. qualify to apply for an American Dual Degree (second award) from the California Metropolitan University (CMU), CA, USA (https://cmu.ac/), along with being granted Associate Member of the International Alliance for Business Professionals, IABP, USA (http://iabp.us/).

American Dual Degree Option

Students successfully completing all the requirements for EIU’s D.B.A. and D.Man. qualify to apply for an American Dual Degree (second award) from the California Metropolitan University (CMU), CA, USA (https://cmu.ac/), along with being granted Associate Member of the International Alliance for Business Professionals, IABP, USA (http://iabp.us/).

Doctor of Business Administration (D.B.A)

USD$1,250

Doctor of Management (D.M.)

USD$1,250

Doctor of Strategic Leadership (D.S.L.)

USD$1,250

Doctor of Business Administration (D.B.A)

USD$1,250

Doctor of Management (D.M.)

USD$1,250

Doctor of Strategic Leadership (D.S.L.)

USD$1,250

Students will be able to get their American Dual Degree Legalized at a fixed cost of $USD 900, by the following legal bodies in the USA:
1. Notary Public
2. California State Certification
3. United States Department of State
4. Student’s Respective Embassy

Students will be able to get their American Dual Degree Legalized at a fixed cost of $USD 900, by the following legal bodies in the USA:
1. Notary Public
2. California State Certification
3. United States Department of State
4. Student’s Respective Embassy