Doctoral Programs

Doctoral Programs

14 Programs Leading to PhD, DBA, EdD, or DrPH with the focus on

Research, Scholarly & Corporate studies

CCU Doctoral Program


The CPI Institute for Graduate Studies (CIGS) is the official academic body that supervises the doctoral programs' offerings at Cambridge Corporate University in collaboration with various schools, institutes, and research bodies at the University. Many of our doctoral programs are offered as joint degrees between different schools, institutes, and research bodies at the University.


Cambridge Corporate University offers 14 Doctoral Programs leading to Ph.D., DBA, EdD, orDrPH, focusing on research, scholarly & corporate studies in various academic disciplines.


The doctoral programs' primary goal at CCU is to prepare the next futuristic generation of leading scholars, corporate leaders, and researchers in different sectors.


The corner-differentiative stone in the doctoral programs at Cambridge Corporate University is the opportunity to join one of our corporate research work, studies, and apprenticeship as an integrated part of the program.Placement options are also available for distinguished graduates of the program to apply for faculty positions at different schools, institutes, and Cambridge Corporate University research bodies.


The CCU doctoral program study and research model helps participants to develop the required foundation to conduct their own research or to lead multinationals in the digital age.


Doctoral programs at Cambridge Corporate University are organized under the CIGS, the Doctoral Committee, and the Deanship of Graduate Studies and Research (DOR).CCU also offered several Dual (Master-Doctoral) Programs for students enrolled in different master programs at the University. The Dual program entry requirements are announced via the CIGS each year.


For more information about the currently offered programs, placement opportunities, the dual program, and the application process, please write to the doctoral office at Cambridge CorporateUniversity via doctoral@cambridgecu.ch

CCU Doctoral Program


The CPI Institute for Graduate Studies (CIGS) is the official academic body that supervises the doctoral programs' offerings at Cambridge Corporate University in collaboration with various schools, institutes, and research bodies at the University. Many of our doctoral programs are offered as joint degrees between different schools, institutes, and research bodies at theUniversity.


Cambridge Corporate University offers 14 Doctoral Programs leading to Ph.D., DBA, EdD, orDrPH, focusing on research, scholarly & corporate studies in various academic disciplines.


The doctoral programs' primary goal at CCU is to prepare the next futuristic generation of leading scholars, corporate leaders, and researchers in different sectors.


The corner-differentiative stone in the doctoral programs at Cambridge Corporate University is the opportunity to join one of our corporate research work, studies, and apprenticeship as an integrated part of the program.Placement options are also available for distinguished graduates of the program to apply for faculty positions at different schools, institutes, and Cambridge Corporate University research bodies.


The CCU doctoral program study and research model helps participants to develop the required foundation to conduct their own research or to lead multinationals in the digital age.


Doctoral programs at Cambridge Corporate University are organized under the CIGS, the DoctoralCommittee, and the Deanship of Graduate Studies and Research (DOR).CCU also offered several Dual (Master-Doctoral) Programs for students enrolled in different master programs at the University. The Dual program entry requirements are announced via theCIGS each year.


For more information about the currently offered programs, placement opportunities, the dual program, and the application process, please write to the doctoral office at Cambridge CorporateUniversity via doctoral@cambridgecu.ch

Doctoral Programs

Flexibility in learning, independence in the study, research with deep impact, outstanding faculty who are leaders in their fields, and the finest resources in academia- these qualities enable theCCU to offer outstanding doctoral programs in different academic disciplines.


Students are admitted to part-time or full-time degree programs via the CCU online doctoral learning model, with a minimum of three years required to complete their program, including the course work and dissertation


Doctoral Programs by Department and Academic Area

Flexibility in learning, independence in the study, research with deep impact, outstanding faculty who are leaders in their fields, and the finest resources in academia- these qualities enable theCCU to offer outstanding doctoral programs in different academic disciplines.


Students are admitted to part-time or full-time degree programs via the CCU online doctoral learning model, with a minimum of three years required to complete their program, including the course work and dissertation


Doctoral Programs by Department and Academic Area

ALBERT SCHWEITZER SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT (ASSM)

Albert Schweitzer School of Management (ASSM)

Department of Business Innovation and Digital Transformation

PhD in Change Management & Business Transformation

DBA in Innovation Management & DigitalTransformation

PhD in Innovation Management


Department of Banking & Finance (SBF)

DBA in Private Banking and Investment


Department of Environmental Sciences

PhD in Renewable Energy Management

PhD Climate Change Management & Economics

SCHOOL OF GOVERNMENT (SOG)

School of Government (SOG)

PhD in Political Economy & Government

PhD in Public Policy

SCHOOL OF LANGUAGE, CULTURE , AND MEDIA (LCM)

School of Language, Culture , and Media (LCM)

EdD/Doctor of Education Program

DBA/Doctor of Business Administration in linguistics & Culture

THE HEALTHCARE INSTITUTE

The Healthcare Institute (HCI)

DBA PIM/Doctor in Pharmaceutical Industry Management

DrPH/Doctor of Public Heath

INSTITUTE OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE & ROBOTICS

Institute of Artificial Intelligence & Robotics (IAR)

PhD in Artificial Intelligence & Robotics

PhD in AI & Supply Chain Automation

CCU – Doctoral Experience

CCU – Doctoral Experience

Students are forever changed by the CCU doctoral experience. They are challenged to ponder the most critical issues in different academic disciplines and to form insights by exploring levels of thinking that they never thought possible. They come to CCU with distinguished backgrounds and unlimited potential and develop into intellectual leaders, faculty at top business schools, and outstanding researchers.


At the heart of this experience are the relationships formed between doctoral students, faculty ,and research supervisors. In this collegial environment, students challenge each other, grow together, and enrich one another's learning experiences.


The wealth of knowledge and the transfer of experiences offered by CCU faculty distinguished world-class researchers, prominent scholars, and industry leaders, create an experience that doctoral students never forget.


CCU is a futuristic educational and research institute that offers students the opportunity of unlimited research dimensions that investigates tomorrow's world under the supervision of faculty members who are creating the future.


Doctoral students enjoy many benefits of belonging to the CCU community, including cross-registering into courses at the other schools and institutes at the University. Becoming a member of the Doctoral Cambridge Club in Switzerland or via one of the club sessions available worldwide. Enjoys placement opportunities and internship options offer by CCU and its partners in more than 19 countries worldwide.

ON-CAMPUS OR ONLINE Doctoral Programs

ON-CAMPUS OR ONLINE

Cambridge Corporate University is the World's Leading Corporate Institute of higher education, where most of our programs are offered entirely online. CCU is the land of futurists, where we created our own digital age and innovative learning culture ahead from the world, and it became part of our history and culture.


At CCU, you have the option to complete your doctoral degree on campus in Switzerland, on one of our international campuses available in 19 countries worldwide (CCU Corporate CenterPrograms), or via the CCU live model of online education.


The CCU online learning model appeals to busy professionals' needs in the digital age and offers one of the most informative and challenging education models. Students interact with faculty, researchers, executives, and colleagues from different cultures, industries, and research setups via the various CCU online portals.

Our innovative online model offers participants the opportunity to interact with industry experts, industry scholars, and thought-leaders via live learning and lecturing media.

The Doctoral Research Hub at CCU

The SCSS is one of the primary research and academic hubs that support doctoral students atCambridge Corporate University. It was established in 2017 in the beautiful city of Lucerne,Switzerland, as a response to the growing demand for scholarly work and research studies in the political, strategic planning, and change management fields.


It also acts as a conflict resolution center that offers a well-crafted academic proposal to bring an end to the political and community conflicts around the world. The center works to develop an outstanding research-hub that gathers thought-leaders, scholars, and professional researchers worldwide to create a new and efficient think-tank. The innovative group offers recommendations and strategies to governments, international bodies, and related institutions interested in the same field of activities and governed by the neutral policy and approach at the SCSS and theCCU.

The SCSS

The SCSS is hosted by the CPI Center of Graduate Studies (CSGS) at the Cambridge CorporateUniversity (CCU) in Switzerland and aims at forming research and collaborative links with academic and research institutions in similar fields worldwide.

Today the SCSS hosts more than 320 distinguished members from leading academic and research institutes worldwide and offers CCU students unlimited research and collaboration opportunities.

The SCSS also offers selected opportunities for research funding and grants to doctoral and fellowship students at Cambridge Corporate University. For more information about the SCSS activities, please write to the SCSS Council at scss@cambridgecu.ch

The mission of the SCSS is to support research and study activities in different academic disciplines at the University. It also aims to disseminate knowledge and innovation around the world to enhance the quality of life of humans and the creation of a better and safer world.

SCSS Core Objectives and Goals

I. Development of quality research and studies in different academic disciplines.

II. Organization of specialized events, conferences, seminars, and experts- meeting in the related fields of activities.

III. Publishing technical articles, notes, reports, and case studies in the fields of political sciences,Strategic Planning, Change Management, and Conflict Resolution.

IV. Conducting specialized surveys and opinion polls focusing on public interest and opinion concerning hot topics in the study's SCSS fields.

V. Acting as a think-tank formulating official proposals and submitting formal-reports to governments, international bodies, institutions, and media entities in the related field of activities.

VI. Supervise postgraduate research and studies in associated departments with partners' institutes and universities based on the established academic protocols and agreements.

SCSS Core Objectives and Goals

Students are forever changed by the CCU doctoral experience. They are challenged to ponder the most critical issues in different academic disciplines and to form insights by exploring levels of thinking that they never thought possible. They come to CCU with distinguished backgrounds and unlimited potential and develop into intellectual leaders, faculty at top business schools, and outstanding researchers.


At the heart of this experience are the relationships formed between doctoral students, faculty ,and research supervisors. In this collegial environment, students challenge each other, grow together, and enrich one another's learning experiences.


The wealth of knowledge and the transfer of experiences offered by CCU faculty distinguished world-class researchers, prominent scholars, and industry leaders, create an experience that doctoral students never forget.


CCU is a futuristic educational and research institute that offers students the opportunity of unlimited research dimensions that investigates tomorrow's world under the supervision of faculty members who are creating the future.


Doctoral students enjoy many benefits of belonging to the CCU community, including cross-registering into courses at the other schools and institutes at the University. Becoming a member of the Doctoral Cambridge Club in Switzerland or via one of the club sessions available worldwide. Enjoys placement opportunities and internship options offer by CCU and its partners in more than 19 countries worldwide.

ON-CAMPUS OR ONLINE

Cambridge Corporate University is the World's Leading Corporate Institute of higher education, where most of our programs are offered entirely online. CCU is the land of futurists, where we created our own digital age and innovative learning culture ahead from the world, and it became part of our history and culture.


At CCU, you have the option to complete your doctoral degree on campus in Switzerland, on one of our international campuses available in 19 countries worldwide (CCU Corporate CenterPrograms), or via the CCU live model of online education.


The CCU online learning model appeals to busy professionals' needs in the digital age and offers one of the most informative and challenging education models. Students interact with faculty, researchers, executives, and colleagues from different cultures, industries, and research setups via the various CCU online portals.

Our innovative online model offers participants the opportunity to interact with industry experts, industry scholars, and thought-leaders via live learning and lecturing media.

The Doctoral Research Hub at CCU

The SCSS is one of the primary research and academic hubs that support doctoral students atCambridge Corporate University. It was established in 2017 in the beautiful city of Lucerne,Switzerland, as a response to the growing demand for scholarly work and research studies in the political, strategic planning, and change management fields.


It also acts as a conflict resolution center that offers a well-crafted academic proposal to bring an end to the political and community conflicts around the world. The center works to develop an outstanding research-hub that gathers thought-leaders, scholars, and professional researchers worldwide to create a new and efficient think-tank. The innovative group offers recommendations and strategies to governments, international bodies, and related institutions interested in the same field of activities and governed by the neutral policy and approach at the SCSS and theCCU.

The SCSS is hosted by the CPI Center of Graduate Studies (CSGS) at the Cambridge CorporateUniversity (CCU) in Switzerland and aims at forming research and collaborative links with academic and research institutions in similar fields worldwide.

Today the SCSS hosts more than 320 distinguished members from leading academic and research institutes worldwide and offers CCU students unlimited research and collaboration opportunities.

The SCSS also offers selected opportunities for research funding and grants to doctoral and fellowship students at Cambridge Corporate University. For more information about the SCSS activities, please write to the SCSS Council at scss@cambridgecu.ch

The mission of the SCSS is to support research and study activities in different academic disciplines at the University. It also aims to disseminate knowledge and innovation around the world to enhance the quality of life of humans and the creation of a better and safer world.

SCSS Core Objectives and Goals

I. Development of quality research and studies in different academic disciplines.

II. Organization of specialized events, conferences, seminars, and experts- meeting in the related fields of activities.

III. Publishing technical articles, notes, reports, and case studies in the fields of political sciences,Strategic Planning, Change Management, and Conflict Resolution.

IV. Conducting specialized surveys and opinion polls focusing on public interest and opinion concerning hot topics in the study's SCSS fields.

V. Acting as a think-tank formulating official proposals and submitting formal-reports to governments, international bodies, institutions, and media entities in the related field of activities.

VI. Supervise postgraduate research and studies in associated departments with partners' institutes and universities based on the established academic protocols and agreements.

CCU Doctoral
Futuristic Model

SCSS Core Objectives and Goals

The Heart of Switzerland

The-Heart-of-Switzerland-Doctoral Programs

Located in Lucerne's beautiful city at the heart of Switzerland, a country where the model of innovation is different. Switzerland remains at the top of the world innovation list for many years.


The innovative approach of the CCU doctoral learning model is no different from other CCU parts; it is always futuristic, innovative, and unique. CCU is an organization that chooses innovation as its way of life and offers one of the first-ever known innovation certifications and credentials, the'Certified Professional Innovator' CPI, in 1983.

CCU supports its staff's research through academic departments, institutes, and research bodies, including the Swiss Center for Strategic Studies (SCSS). CCU also offers and a range of interdisciplinary doctoral degrees.

Quality of research and teaching

Many past and present faculty members act as expert advisers to government bodies, international blockbusters, and leading research institutes. For instance, Professor Hossam ElShazly, the current elected CCU President, is the former Presidential Candidate of Egypt 2012 &2018, and the former President & CEO of the CPI International Group, Professor Frank Harper, theCCU Provost, is the founder of the concept of Agile leadership worldwide, Emeritus ProfessorRita Burgett is among the top 5 world authors in business transformation & change management,Emeritus Professor Y-Pierre Pfeifer is the former VP of the Cambridge Philosophy Institute,Professor A.Hassabou is a winner of the renewable energy international award and the director of the International Energy Unit (IEU), Professor Nader Nada, the MackAlind on Professor of BusinessInnovation & Digital Transformation if a former NASA research staff, and many others.


For more information about the current research and publications of the CCU faculty, please write to the CPI Center for Graduate Studies at
cigs@cambridgecu.ch

Quality of research and teaching

Many past and present faculty members act as expert advisers to government bodies, international blockbusters, and leading research institutes. For instance, Professor Hossam ElShazly, the current elected CCU President, is the former Presidential Candidate of Egypt 2012 &2018, and the former President & CEO of the CPI International Group, Professor Frank Harper, theCCU Provost, is the founder of the concept of Agile leadership worldwide, Emeritus ProfessorRita Burgett is among the top 5 world authors in business transformation & change management,Emeritus Professor Y-Pierre Pfeifer is the former VP of the Cambridge Philosophy Institute,Professor A.Hassabou is a winner of the renewable energy international award and the director of the International Energy Unit (IEU), Professor Nader Nada, the MackAlind on Professor of BusinessInnovation & Digital Transformation if a former NASA research staff, and many others.


For more information about the current research and publications of the CCU faculty, please write to the CPI Center for Graduate Studies at
cigs@cambridgecu.ch

The Yvon Pfeifer Writing Centre

The Yvon Pfeifer Writing Centre (YWC) is another important hub for all doctoral and research students at Cambridge Corporate University. The (YWC) support doctoral students throughout their entire program via a set of structured tools, courses, and techniques.


All students are admitted to the Academic & Technical writing (ATW) course as part of the DoctoralPreparatory Module at CCU via the Yvon Pfeifer Writing Centre (YWC). The center(YWC)introduces, trains, and educates students on the best academic and technical skills required to write the doctoral dissertation and publish business and scholarly high-standard articles and publications. The Academic & Technical writing (ATW) course is intensive, informative, and very well structured.Participants will also gain a deep understanding of the knowledge and skills required to structure and execute their doctoral research plan. The Yvon Pfeifer Writing Centre (YWC) educates students about the research methodology basics necessary to complete research work as a graduate degree at the Cambridge Corporate University. It also provides a solid understanding of the research methodology used in market studies and decision-making processes. Participants will have the opportunity to publish selected articles and papers via the Yvon Pfeifer Writing(YWC)and the INNOVA Journal at CCU.

The Yvon Pfeifer Writing Centre (YWC) is another important hub for all doctoral and research students at Cambridge Corporate University. The (YWC) support doctoral students throughout their entire program via a set of structured tools, courses, and techniques.


All students are admitted to the Academic & Technical writing (ATW) course as part of the DoctoralPreparatory Module at CCU via the Yvon Pfeifer Writing Centre (YWC). The center(YWC)introduces, trains, and educates students on the best academic and technical skills required to write the doctoral dissertation and publish business and scholarly high-standard articles and publications. The Academic & Technical writing (ATW) course is intensive, informative, and very well structured.Participants will also gain a deep understanding of the knowledge and skills required to structure and execute their doctoral research plan. The Yvon Pfeifer Writing Centre (YWC) educates students about the research methodology basics necessary to complete research work as a graduate degree at the Cambridge Corporate University. It also provides a solid understanding of the research methodology used in market studies and decision-making processes. Participants will have the opportunity to publish selected articles and papers via the Yvon Pfeifer Writing(YWC)and the INNOVA Journal at CCU.

CCU Doctoral Program: STRUCTURE OF BEST-FIT

CCU Doctoral Program: STRUCTURE OF BEST-FIT

The Doctoral program is structured on CCU’s ‘Best-Fit’ delivery technique. This innovative structure encourages achieving work-life balance by allowing you to adjust your study with the rest of your life; through flexible online learning, the model embraces experiential learning based on CCUs’ philosophy of integrating learning into the work process.


At Cambridge Corporate University, you can complete a first-class doctoral program while maintaining your work and income. You also benefit from the process of integrating your doctoral research, work, and studies into your workplace, which directly reflects on your future career and development.

CCU Doctoral Program: STRUCTURE OF BEST-FIT

The Doctoral program is structured on CCU’s ‘Best-Fit’ delivery technique. This innovative structure encourages achieving work-life balance by allowing you to adjust your study with the rest of your life; through flexible online learning, the model embraces experiential learning based on CCUs’ philosophy of integrating learning into the work process.


At Cambridge Corporate University, you can complete a first-class doctoral program while maintaining your work and income. You also benefit from the process of integrating your doctoral research, work, and studies into your workplace, which directly reflects on your future career and development.

Doctoral SUPERHUMAN
Research, Project and System

We live in a different world; the arrival of the age of Artificial Intelligence (AI), Digital Transformation(DT), and the Pandemic experience changed the fundamental roles.


At Cambridge Corporate University, the future is our specialty, and we work hard to forecast, plan and secure a better tomorrow. When you pursue a doctoral degree at CCU, you are among the extraordinarily bright minds in the world, and you are one of those who create the future.Our doctoral classes, research workshops, and experience are different, interactive, futuristic, and innovative.


We created a new dimension into the future, and we are working hard to secure a different type of human power that will further reinvent the formula of human capital. At the CCU doctoral program, you will have the opportunity to be part of this new confidential research dimension.


The doctoral activities are symbolic of the CCU creative equation "Diversify equals Innovation andInnovation equals wealth." We structure our doctoral classes in limited numbers to allow for the required transfer of knowledge and experience.


The 'Human Organisation' is the system invented by talented scholars at Cambridge CorporateUniversity, where other power parameters are defined. The system is part of the SUPERHUMAN concept, philosophy, research, tools, and project invented and led by Prof.Dr. Hossam El-Shazly,the current CCU President. The system is one of the futuristic tools expected to dominate the next decade of human life and earth experience.


Available information about the system structure, tools, research, projects, and applications is currently limited outside the doctoral spectrum. However, if you see yourself as a futurist who can attend a mental trip to the new dimension, please write to the project committee atsuperhuman@cambridgecu.ch with your statement of purpose to book a seat in the next meeting exploring the world of SUPERHUMANS.

Program Overview and Structure

CCU offers 14 (fourteen) Doctoral Programs Leading to Ph.D., DBA, EdD, or DrPH with focusing on Research, Scholarly & Corporate studies in different academic disciplines via The CPIInstitute for Graduate Studies (CIGS) in collaboration with various schools, institutes, and research bodies at the University. Many of our doctoral programs are offered as joint degrees between different schools, institutes, and research bodies at the University. Dual Degrees (MasterDoctoral) and Cross Area Specialisation (CAS) are also available for doctoral students atCambridge Corporate University.

CCU offers 14 (fourteen) Doctoral Programs Leading to Ph.D., DBA, EdD, or DrPH with focusing on Research, Scholarly & Corporate studies in different academic disciplines via The CPIInstitute for Graduate Studies (CIGS) in collaboration with various schools, institutes, and research bodies at the University. Many of our doctoral programs are offered as joint degrees between different schools, institutes, and research bodies at the University. Dual Degrees (MasterDoctoral) and Cross Area Specialisation (CAS) are also available for doctoral students atCambridge Corporate University.

Program Structure

Students are admitted to part-time or full-time degree programs via the CCU online doctoral learning model, with a minimum of three years required to complete their program, including the course-track, research plan, and Dissertation.


The Doctoral Program consists of 8(eight) modules representing the program's course-track; eachModule lasts for 10(ten) weeks, and each values 30(thirty) academic credits. This includes theDoctoral Preparatory Module (DPM), which covers, among other subjects, The foundation of theDoctoral Research Plan and the Academic and Technical Writing (ATW) course offered under the supervision of the Yvon Pfeifer Writing(YWC) at the University.


The Doctoral Program requirements include the Doctoral Research Plan (DRP), which runs alongside the course-track and values 100(one-hundred) credits, and the Doctoral Dissertation(DD), which lasts for a minimum of 16 months, and values 200(two-hundred) Credits.


Program Academic Credits and Duration

Doctoral Course Track (DCT) 8(eight) modules (80 weeks) (240 Credits).

Doctoral Research Plan (DRP) (80 weeks) runs alongside the DCT (100 Credits).

Doctoral DissertationDissertation ( minimum 16 months) (200 Credits)

Doctoral Program (minimum 3 Years) (540 Credits)


For more information about the Dual Programs (Master-Doctoral) and Cross Area Specialisation

(CAS), please write to the doctoral office at doctoral@cambridgecu.ch

Program Structure

Students are admitted to part-time or full-time degree programs via the CCU online doctoral learning model, with a minimum of three years required to complete their program, including the course-track, research plan, and Dissertation.


The Doctoral Program consists of 8(eight) modules representing the program's course-track; eachModule lasts for 10(ten) weeks, and each values 30(thirty) academic credits. This includes theDoctoral Preparatory Module (DPM), which covers, among other subjects, The foundation of theDoctoral Research Plan and the Academic and Technical Writing (ATW) course offered under the supervision of the Yvon Pfeifer Writing(YWC) at the University.


The Doctoral Program requirements include the Doctoral Research Plan (DRP), which runs alongside the course-track and values 100(one-hundred) credits, and the Doctoral Dissertation(DD), which lasts for a minimum of 16 months, and values 200(two-hundred) Credits.


Program Academic Credits and Duration

Doctoral Course Track (DCT)_8(eight) modules_ (80 weeks)_ (240 Credits).

Doctoral Research Plan (DRP)_(80 weeks) runs alongside the DCT_ (100 Credits).

Doctoral DissertationDissertation ( minimum 16 months)_(200 Credits)

Doctoral Program (minimum 3 Years)_(540 Credits)


For more information about the Dual Programs (Master-Doctoral) and Cross Area Specialisation

(CAS), please write to the doctoral office at doctoral@cambridgecu.ch

Doctoral Program Fee

Doctoral Program Fee

The Online Doctoral Program's tuition fee at Cambridge Corporate University is CHF 15'000(only fifteen-thousand Swiss francs) per year. A minimum of three years is required to satisfy the program requirements with an average tuition fee cost of CHF45,000. (Only forty-five thousandSwiss francs) including all study materials, case studies, software, etc.


Doctoral Payment plans are available in different models with minimal interest based on the admission and registration office's approval.


Registration fee of CHF200 ( Only two hundred Swiss francs) is applicable at the application time. The program fee doesn't include housing or an accommodation fee.


For more details about the Doctoral program, to receive the program brochure and application, please write to the Doctoral Office at: doctoral@cambridgecu.ch

Doctoral Program Fee

The Online Doctoral Program's tuition fee at Cambridge Corporate University is CHF 15'000(only fifteen-thousand Swiss francs) per year. A minimum of three years is required to satisfy the program requirements with an average tuition fee cost of CHF45,000. (Only forty-five thousandSwiss francs) including all study materials, case studies, software, etc.


Doctoral Payment plans are available in different models with minimal interest based on the admission and registration office's approval.


Registration fee of CHF200 ( Only two hundred Swiss francs) is applicable at the application time. The program fee doesn't include housing or an accommodation fee.


For more details about the Doctoral program, to receive the program brochure and application, please write to the Doctoral Office at: doctoral@cambridgecu.ch

Financial Aid and Scholarship

Financial Aid and Scholarship

Financing Your Education - CCU Doctoral Programs


A doctoral degree from Cambridge Corporate University is a significant investment in your future, and financing your education is a critical factor to consider.Cambridge Corporate University offers a limited number of full and partial scholarships and grants to specific programs every year.


As a CCU doctoral student, if you are admitted to the Postdoctoral Fellowship at the University, you will receive a full-funding guarantee for your fellowship program. However, for the doctoral program, we encourage you to pursue external fellowships and explore research funding opportunities beyond Cambridge Corporate University, as the number of scholarships is very limited.


The Scholarship Committee at the University receives applications from doctoral students who satisfy one or more of the following criteria and partial and full scholarship conditions :


• Citizens of developed countries currently reside in war areas or are listed as refugees.

• Members of CCU Club/CPI Community Club Worldwide

• Members of the faculty-body at Cambridge Corporate University

• Residents of the listed crisis regions by the United Nations

• Recipients of international scientific, research, and corporate award worldwide

• Human rights activities, freedom activities, and members of the women recognized active groups, societies, and institutions


For more information about the scholarship availability, eligibility and application, please write to the CCU Scholarship Committee at
scholrship@cambridgecu.ch

Financing Your Education - CCU Doctoral Programs


A doctoral degree from Cambridge Corporate University is a significant investment in your future, and financing your education is a critical factor to consider.Cambridge Corporate University offers a limited number of full and partial scholarships and grants to specific programs every year.


As a CCU doctoral student, if you are admitted to the Postdoctoral Fellowship at the University, you will receive a full-funding guarantee for your fellowship program. However, for the doctoral program, we encourage you to pursue external fellowships and explore research funding opportunities beyond Cambridge Corporate University, as the number of scholarships is very limited.


The Scholarship Committee at the University receives applications from doctoral students who satisfy one or more of the following criteria and partial and full scholarship conditions :


• Citizens of developed countries currently reside in war areas or are listed as refugees.

• Members of CCU Club/CPI Community Club Worldwide

• Members of the faculty-body at Cambridge Corporate University

• Residents of the listed crisis regions by the United Nations

• Recipients of international scientific, research, and corporate award worldwide

• Human rights activities, freedom activities, and members of the women recognized active groups, societies, and institutions


For more information about the scholarship availability, eligibility and application, please write to the CCU Scholarship Committee at
scholrship@cambridgecu.ch

Doctoral Application Process

Applications for admission to the program should be made to the Cambridge Corporate UniversitySwitzerland's Admission Office using the online application form or via writing to the RegistrarOffice at: registrar@cambridgecu.ch


In addition to the application form, applicants need to arrange for the following documents to be sent to the CCU Registrar Office using the online application form or via email to: registrar@cambridgecu.ch

1. Doctoral application

You should either complete the application online or download the application, complete it and send it via email.


2. Recent Curriculum Vitae (CV)

As part of your application to the doctoral program at CCU, you should provide the doctoral office with an updated copy of your CV.


3. Valid Passport or Identity Document (ID)

As part of your application to the doctoral program at CCU, you should provide the doctoral office with a valid and clear copy of your passport or ID document.


4. Digital Picture

High-resolution formal photo is required for the doctoral ID card, the application form, and theDPP(Digital Profile Photo)


5. Academic Qualifications, Transcripts, Diploma, and Proof of Existing Qualifications

Applicants should send a clear scanned copy of their recent degree, transcripts, and proof of existing qualifications. If your documents are not in English, you must upload a translation carried out by an accredited translator. Please ensure that scanned documents are clear and legible:failure to do so will result in delays in your application's processing. You should also scan there verse of your transcript if the mark scheme is explained there.

1. Doctoral application

You should either complete the application online or download the application, complete it and send it via email.


2. Recent Curriculum Vitae (CV)

As part of your application to the doctoral program at CCU, you should provide the doctoral office with an updated copy of your CV.


3. Valid Passport or Identity Document (ID)

As part of your application to the doctoral program at CCU, you should provide the doctoral office with a valid and clear copy of your passport or ID document.


4. Digital Picture

High-resolution formal photo is required for the doctoral ID card, the application form, and theDPP(Digital Profile Photo)


5. Academic Qualifications, Transcripts, Diploma, and Proof of Existing Qualifications

Applicants should send a clear scanned copy of their recent degree, transcripts, and proof of existing qualifications. If your documents are not in English, you must upload a translation carried out by an accredited translator. Please ensure that scanned documents are clear and legible:failure to do so will result in delays in your application's processing. You should also scan there verse of your transcript if the mark scheme is explained there.

Qualifications in-progress: The transcript or mark sheet must include an up-to-date list of the subjects you have studied and the grades you have obtained in your studies so far. If you are at a university that does not supply transcripts or mark sheets, please ask your academic referees to comment in detail on your study progress. You may submit an application even if you are still awaiting some examination results; however, you must have fully graduated by the time you register at CCU.

Please list each in-progress course's title and credit value that you are currently studying on the application.


Qualifications already awarded: The transcript should include the information above, plus your final overall grade/classification and the date on which your qualification was awarded. You should supply this information for all university-level studies and any transfer programs or exchanges that you have undertaken. If your transcript does not include your final grade/classification and date of award, we will request either a certified copy of your degree certificate or a completed proof of degree form if we make you an offer of admission. Please do not send your original degree certificate, as we cannot return documents to you.Applicants currently or formerly registered at CCU do not need to supply transcripts of their CCU qualifications as these are generated internally.

Qualifications in-progress: The transcript or mark sheet must include an up-to-date list of the subjects you have studied and the grades you have obtained in your studies so far. If you are at a university that does not supply transcripts or mark sheets, please ask your academic referees to comment in detail on your study progress. You may submit an application even if you are still awaiting some examination results; however, you must have fully graduated by the time you register at CCU.

Please list each in-progress course's title and credit value that you are currently studying on the application.


Qualifications already awarded: The transcript should include the information above, plus your final overall grade/classification and the date on which your qualification was awarded. You should supply this information for all university-level studies and any transfer programs or exchanges that you have undertaken. If your transcript does not include your final grade/classification and date of award, we will request either a certified copy of your degree certificate or a completed proof of degree form if we make you an offer of admission. Please do not send your original degree certificate, as we cannot return documents to you.Applicants currently or formerly registered at CCU do not need to supply transcripts of their CCU qualifications as these are generated internally.

6. Two Academic or Professional References

Doctoral Applicant should nominate two suitable referees by providing their contact details in the application. You must ensure that each of your nominated referees submits a reference in support of your application. You should use each referee's academic/official email address when nominating your referees. Once you have completed the References section of your application, your referees will automatically receive a reference request email from CCU asking them to submit their reference via email.You may submit your application without waiting until we have received your references; as long as you have successfully nominated two referees and completed all other mandatory sections of the application form, you are ready to submit your application.All references must be written or translated into English.

7/ Doctoral Statement of Purpose (DSP)

Applicants to the CCU doctoral program should provide their Doctoral Statement of Purpose(DSP) that describes their academic interest in, understanding of, and suitability for that program, as well as the purpose and objectives in undertaking this graduate study and how the doctoral degree from CCU will reflect on their professional career.


The doctoral statement of academic purpose is an important part of your application. Selectors are looking for evidence of your academic motivation and suitability and what you can contribute to the program.Your statement(s) should be typed and no longer than two sides of A4 paper. There is no fixed word limit, but we expect statement(s) to be no longer than 1,000 - 1,500 words.

6. Two Academic or Professional References

Doctoral Applicant should nominate two suitable referees by providing their contact details in the application. You must ensure that each of your nominated referees submits a reference in support of your application. You should use each referee's academic/official email address when nominating your referees. Once you have completed the References section of your application, your referees will automatically receive a reference request email from CCU asking them to submit their reference via email.You may submit your application without waiting until we have received your references; as long as you have successfully nominated two referees and completed all other mandatory sections of the application form, you are ready to submit your application.All references must be written or translated into English.

7/ Doctoral Statement of Purpose (DSP)

Applicants to the CCU doctoral program should provide their Doctoral Statement of Purpose(DSP) that describes their academic interest in, understanding of, and suitability for that program, as well as the purpose and objectives in undertaking this graduate study and how the doctoral degree from CCU will reflect on their professional career.


The doctoral statement of academic purpose is an important part of your application. Selectors are looking for evidence of your academic motivation and suitability and what you can contribute to the program.Your statement(s) should be typed and no longer than two sides of A4 paper. There is no fixed word limit, but we expect statement(s) to be no longer than 1,000 - 1,500 words.

In your statement, you may wish to discuss the following:

• Motivation for undertaking the program (s)

• Academic interests, strengths, and background relevant to the program (s)

• Areas of specific interest within the program (s)

• Academic ambitions and/or research interests related to the program

• Any professional aspirations and how academic work within the program (s) might help you realize such aspirations

• Other relevant information, such as additional reading or research, work, or other relevant experience that has informed your decision to apply for the particular program (s)

In your statement, you may wish to discuss the following:

• Motivation for undertaking the program (s)

• Academic interests, strengths, and background relevant to the program (s)

• Areas of specific interest within the program (s)

• Academic ambitions and/or research interests related to the program

• Any professional aspirations and how academic work within the program (s) might help you realize such aspirations

• Other relevant information, such as additional reading or research, work, or other relevant experience that has informed your decision to apply for the particular program (s)

8. PhD Applications / Research Statement/ Proposal

Applicants to the Doctor of Philosophy degree, Ph.D. should submit their research statement with other application documents.


You should state your research topic as accurately as possible. Your research statement/ proposal should address the following questions:

What is your general topic?

What questions do you want to answer?

Ph.D. applications that are received without a research proposal that addresses these questions will not be considered. Your proposal should be approximately 1,500 words in length

• Your research proposal must be your own work

• Make sure that each page has your name in the header or footer

• Make sure that you proofread your statement/ proposal before you send it, and make sure that you sent the final corrected version

• Stick to our recommended word limit - the selectors don't have time to read huge documents running too many pages.


9. English Test Score

There is no formal requirement to submit an English Test Score with your doctoral application; however, if the applicant cannot demonstrate fluency in the English language, an IELTS or TOEFL test report will also be required.


10.Payment confirmation of the application fee

to the provided CCU account via bank transfer,PayPal, or Credit-card Under no circumstances should payment card details be sent to CCU by email. Please note that the application fee is not refundable.A proportion of the application fee income that we receive each year is used to support students scholarship at CCU.

8. PhD Applications / Research Statement/ Proposal

Applicants to the Doctor of Philosophy degree, Ph.D. should submit their research statement with other application documents.


You should state your research topic as accurately as possible. Your research statement/ proposal should address the following questions:

What is your general topic?

What questions do you want to answer?

Ph.D. applications that are received without a research proposal that addresses these questions will not be considered. Your proposal should be approximately 1,500 words in length

• Your research proposal must be your own work

• Make sure that each page has your name in the header or footer

• Make sure that you proofread your statement/ proposal before you send it, and make sure that you sent the final corrected version

• Stick to our recommended word limit - the selectors don't have time to read huge documents running too many pages.


9. English Test Score

There is no formal requirement to submit an English Test Score with your doctoral application; however, if the applicant cannot demonstrate fluency in the English language, an IELTS or TOEFL test report will also be required.


10.Payment confirmation of the application fee

to the provided CCU account via bank transfer,PayPal, or Credit-cardUnder no circumstances should payment card details be sent to LSE by email. Please note that the application fee is not refundable.A proportion of the application fee income that we receive each year is used to support students scholarship at CCU.

Submitting Your Application

You must submit your application and supporting documents using either the online application form or via email to the Registrar Office at : registrar@cambridgecu.chPlease make sure that all of your supporting documents are legible and uploaded in one of the following formats: pdf, doc, docx, jpg, png, or gif.


Please remember that it is your responsibility to ensure that your application is complete, including both references, your statement of academic purpose and CV, your transcript(s), the application fee payment confirmation, and, where applicable, GRE/GMAT scores, your research statement/ proposal and/or your sample of written work when applicable.Program selectors will not consider incomplete applications.


All the application forms, documents, and attachments should be sent via email to: registrar@cambridgecu.ch


Applications by post should be sent to :

Cambridge Corporate University

The Admission and Registration Office:

Seeburgstrasse 20, 6006 Lucerne, Switzerland

For further information about the program or to receive an application form,

please contact the program committee at:

doctoral@cambridgecu.ch or write to the Registrar Office at CCU via :

registrar@cambridgecu.ch

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Submitting Your Application

You must submit your application and supporting documents using either the online application form or via email to the Registrar Office at : registrar@cambridgecu.chPlease make sure that all of your supporting documents are legible and uploaded in one of the following formats: pdf, doc, docx, jpg, png, or gif.


Please remember that it is your responsibility to ensure that your application is complete, including both references, your statement of academic purpose and CV, your transcript(s), the application fee payment confirmation, and, where applicable, GRE/GMAT scores, your research statement/ proposal and/or your sample of written work when applicable.Program selectors will not consider incomplete applications.


All the application forms, documents, and attachments should be sent via email to: registrar@cambridgecu.ch


Applications by post should be sent to :

Cambridge Corporate University

The Admission and Registration Office:

Seeburgstrasse 20, 6006 Lucerne, Switzerland

For further information about the program or to receive an application form,

please contact the program committee at:

doctoral@cambridgecu.ch or write to the Registrar Office at CCU via :

registrar@cambridgecu.ch