Strathclyde Business School - Research Methodology in Business & Management

Class Dates

  • BF992 Research Methods: 8th – 12th October 2018
  • BF994 Introduction to Quantitative Methods: 13th-15th November 2018
  • BF991 Research Philosophy: 3rd-7th December 2018
  • BF801 Reviewing Literature in Business Subjects: 19th-21st Feb 2018
  • BF998 Advanced Quantitative Methods: 12th-14th March 2019
  • BF995 Advanced Qualitative Methods: 23rd – 26th of April 2019
  • BF984 Research Colloquium: 23rd May 2019


MRes Handbook PDF File 1469KB

DBA Handbook 2016-17 PDF File 148KB

PhD Handbook PDF File 685KB

Other useful information

Policy and Code of Practice for Postgraduate Research Programmes. PDF File 1046.406KB

Researcher Development Programme. Web page

Other Places


Whether you are thinking of applying or are already a postgraduate researcher at Strathclyde, you’ll find information here about classes leading to our Masters, Diploma and Certificate in Research Methodology.

All our research students take a minimum level of research methodology training to complement their Masters’ or doctoral research. Teaching staff represent a range of disciplines and expertise, as well as being internationally recognised researchers in their fields. We pride ourselves on providing the highest quality training in a stimulating, multi-disciplinary environment.

We hope you find these pages a valuable resource, either for finding information and links relevant for your research training or to help you consider a future in the Business School.

About the MRes

The Business School offers a Masters degree in Research Methodology in Business and Management and a Specialism in Risk and Reliability.

This research training can be taken as a stand-alone qualification or as a foundation course (to Certificate/Diploma level) for a PhD in Business and Management.

How to Apply

All applicants for postgraduate research degrees should make informal contact with the appropriate department before submitting an application (for contacts see here). This usually requires a research proposal and CV.

Applications can be made at any time with registration normally commencing in October of each year.

"The MRes in Business and Management brings together students from across the Business School, allowing opportunities for people to talk about their research ideas and experiences. I would recommend this course for anyone working in a research capacity, whether in an academic environment or in industry."

Eli Dutton
MRes, current PhD student