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Information Systems and Innovation track

This track is based in the Information Systems and Innovation Group| (ISIG) within the Department. 

The Programme Director is Dr Carsten Sorensen|

The Group offers a unique environment for research on the social study of ICTs, providing both high-quality research training and a stimulating forum for the exchange of ideas. The MPhil/PhD programme has been an integral part of the Information Systems & Innovation Group over the past three decades and many former PhD students have found themselves holding positions in leading public and private sector institutions in the UK, North America, Europe and in their home countries.

The Group currently has approximately 26 doctoral students researching different aspects of ICT deployment and its consequences for contemporary organisations.

Click here| to view the titles and authors of past theses completed by MPhil/PhD Information Systems and Innovation students.

Track structure

Year one

Training: Compulsory examined courses

Transferable skills: Compulsory non-examined courses

Optional non-examined courses

  • PhD Seminar Series
  • Faculty Research Seminars
Year two

Transferable skills: Compulsory non-examined courses

Optional non-examined courses

  • PhD Seminar Series
  • Faculty Research Seminars
Year Three

Transferable skills: Compulsory non-examined courses

Optional non-examined courses

  • PhD Seminar Series
  • Faculty Research Seminars
Year Four

Transferable skills: Compulsory non-examined courses

Optional non-examined courses

  • PhD Seminar Series
  • Faculty Research Seminars
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