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Excellent results for SOM’s research programmes

08 January 2010

All five programmes of the Research School SOM have been evaluated very well in the national QANU Research Review Economics & Business Sciences, that recently has been published.

The committee found that “the academic reputation of programmes ranged from excellent to very good with none falling below that very high standard”. SOM’s strengths include a widely recognised Research Master programme, a good system for monitoring PhD students and a new tenure track system as well as increased internationalisation (including a double degree PhD programme).

Furthermore the committee states that “SOM can present itself as the research arm of a full range business school well served to meet the needs of business and students as well as the academic community” and that “the clean run of excellent relevance scores gives SOM unique opportunities as one of Europe’s leading business schools”.
 

Scores of the SOM research programmes in the 2009 QANU Research Review

 

Quality

Productivity

Relevance

Viability

Economics,Econometrics and Finance

4

4.5

5

4

Human Resource Management & Organisational Behaviour

4.5

4

5

4

International Economics, Business & Management

4

 

4.5

5

4

Marketing

 

5

 

5

5

4

Operations Management & Operations Research

4

3.5

5

4

 

Last modified:31 January 2018 11.54 a.m.

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