Nadia Morozova

Current doctoral researcher

After working in various consumer insight roles across Europe for Nestlé, Boston Consulting Group and Procter and Gamble I wanted to understand more about unplanned and impulse purchases in e-commerce which is what my research is based on.

When I joined WBS, the Behavioural Science group were really helpful in advising me on the best potential supervisor for my PhD project who has been inspirational throughout my studies. The best thing about the PhD programme is having the opportunity to work alongside leading professors with a range of diverse research interests. 

David Felstead

Current doctoral researcher

I was excited to join the WBS Doctoral Programme. The range of courses offered, whilst undertaking my PhD at WBS, were helpful in developing my research skills and scientific knowledge. My research has benefited greatly by the clarity and depth of world-class instruction provided by WBS. In addition, the wide array of research interests at WBS means that there is always someone to offer academic help and support to me and my work.

Year after year, WBS continues to climb in the rankings. And being at WBS, it is easy to see why.

Simone Griesser

Current doctoral researcher (2014-2018)

In 2014 I started the Doctoral Programme at WBS with a background in tourism and marketing. I am interested in understanding how consumers think about products and service-based experiences. The taught programme in the first year enabled me to dive deeper into topics to build a solid foundation for my research. The discussions I have with my peers and supervisors represented some of the most stimulating intellectual debates I have ever had on research methodology. WBS’ worldwide reputation and the high impact of researches developed by scholars at Warwick were the reasons why I decided to enrol in this doctoral programme.

I live off-campus but enjoy the office space WBS provides as it enables me to work effectively and at the same time offers networking opportunities.

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