Sabreena Zaman

PHD Student

Sabreena Zaman

Sabreena Zaman

Academic Area(s): International Business & Strategy
Supervisor(s): Professor Rajneesh Narula, Professor Rajneesh Narula
Research Topic(s): International Business and Strategy

Research topic

‘The role of Organisational Slack on Internationalisation Strategy of Firms from Emerging Economies’

Areas of Interest

  • International Business Strategy
  • Entry Mode Strategy
  • Emerging Markets and Multinational Enterprises


  • MSc in International Business, University of Liverpool, United Kingdom, 2018. (Distinction, Student of the year)
  • BBA in Finance, East West University, Bangladesh, 2015. (Summa cum Laude)


After completing my undergraduate from the East West University, Bangladesh, I have gained a year of experience by working at leading Multinational Enterprises in Bangladesh (British American Tobacco Bangladesh and Unilever Bangladesh Limited). I was fascinated by the dynamic multinational environment and their operations. This stimulated my interest to gain further knowledge about international business and multinational enterprises. Thereafter, I moved to the UK to pursue a postgraduate degree in International Business. During the MSc at the University of Liverpool, I have enjoyed working on different assignments and the dissertation which further intrigued my eagerness to enrich my knowledge in the field of international business. Consequently, I decided to pursue a PhD at the Henley Business School for its long standing history in International Business and Strategy and its pioneering research in this field. Furthermore, during the application procedure a number of renowned academic staffs from the school guided me to refine my research proposal to make it more proficient to obtain the funding. I am very keen to pursue a PhD and learn from my outstanding supervisory team along with the other experts at Henley.