Registration Open for the 2019 DBA Research Intense Residency
Designed for DBA Students in All Stages of the Research Journey
Andreas Meiszner, PhD, co-founder and Senior Partner of the DoctorateHub said: "This is an invaluable opportunity for doctoral students to present their research to academics, scholar-practitioners and peers. The purpose is to ensure that each student's thesis research is on track and headed towards successful execution." Meiszner continued: "We also offer participants the opportunity to schedule focused one-on-one training or discussion sessions. After residency, students are encouraged to send us a revised workplan to maximize guidance. For participants that are nearing final submission, we also offer Mock Viva."
The DBA Research Intense Residency will take place at the University of Liverpool campus, bringing together specialists with diverse industry experience. Presenters include Dr. Meiszner who has successfully guided over 500 executives and professional doctoral students to resolve their work-based problem and Dr. Faria who will provide insights on conducting qualitative research. There will also be guest speakers from UK universities, including key representatives from the University of Liverpool Management School.
The program will cover a wide range of thesis research issues that typically challenge doctoral students, including:
• The Thesis Journey
• Evaluating consistency between your Research Problem, Research Questions, Research Methods
• Research Method and Methodology – how to ensure credibility and correct application
• Defending your Research Methods and Methodologies
• Literature Review – is it critical? And if not, how to turn it round?
• What is Actionable Knowledge and why it has nothing to do with "having a solution at hand"
• Data Collection and Presentation of Findings
• Data Interpretation/
• Presenting your Research: Is my Thesis Structure up to the standards?
"The level of enthusiasm received from presenters and attendees for this residency is exciting," said Jacqueline Hiddlestone, who is organizing the DBA Research Intense Residency. She concluded: "In bringing together an intimate group of DBA students worldwide to network and enhance research skills, we'll all return home enlightened with dozens of takeaways and established networks."
For more information and to register, please visit
Ana Faria, PhD