Welcome to the School of Management
We are one of the oldest Business Schools in the UK with over 50 years of academic excellence in business education and research. We are also part of an elite group of business schools worldwide with the triple-crown of accreditations - AACSB, AMBA and EQUIS.
We are proud to have been recognised by THE as Business School of the Year 2021 for our commitment to driving economic and social regeneration, extra-curricular support to our students, reskilling our alumni and helping local business throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. We also received Educate North Business School of the Year 2020 in recognition of our outstanding performance in the areas of financial performance, teaching, research, student experience, innovation, and economic impact.
We are proud to have created an environment that enables current and future business leaders to flourish and to make a difference in the world. Our broad range of courses are designed, with our industry partners, to respond to the rapidly evolving business landscape. Our research is distinctive, relevant and is helping to shape the world we live in.
Choosing the School of Management means becoming part of our community of International academic and research partners, local and national employers and alumni of more than 140,000 graduates in over 175 countries.
The School of Management. Empowering Change.
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We are Business School of the Year (Times Higher Education Awards 2021)
We are in the top 1% of Business Schools in the world to have been awarded the triple crown of accreditation.
Our Distance Learning MBA is ranked 1st in the world for value for money (Financial Times Online MBA Ranking 2022)
Of our 2020 graduates went on to employment or further study within six months (HESA).
Responsible management and sustainable development are strategic priorities at the heart of everything we do. Read more about our sustainability agenda.
In 2023 the School of Management released the Responsible Management Podcast as a part of the Knowledge Transfer Network.
Each month Professor David Spicer is joined by an academic and industry expert to discuss key themes of responsible management in modern business.
The podcast aims to bring day-to-day business topics to you to help your business understand and overcome challenges and make the most of opportunities.
Find out more about the podcast via the link above including episode details and links to listen.