Established in 1965, Manchester Business School was one of the first business schools in the UK and is the country's largest campus-based business and management school. According to the latest Research Assessment Exercise (RAE) 2008 results, MBS is the UK's leading centre for business research. Manchester Business School is one of the top 30 business schools in the world and one of the top five in the UK, according to the FT MBA ranking, 2013.
You can be assured of our quality - we are accredited by AACSB International, AMBA and EQUIS - one of only a small number of business schools worldwide to receive accreditation from all three international business school and MBA accrediting bodies.
At Manchester, we produce capable confident graduates with specialist expertise in key areas for the 21st century business environment.
Our masters courses focus on today's key management challenges, and give you the chance to develop in-depth knowledge in a breadth of specialist areas, shaping your careers in the direction of your choice. Plus, you don't have to have previously studied business or management as many of our MSc courses take graduates from any academic background.
Whether managing your own investment portfolio on the MSc Finance, looking at the effect of climate change, nanotechnologies, and 3g on the way business is conducted on MSc Innovation Management and Entrepreneurship, or carrying out a project for a client company on MSc Global Business Analysis you will have the opportunity to learn in a forward-thinking, research-led environment working with academics at the cutting-edge of their fields.
You will join a diverse group of students from over 70 nations, meeting friends for life and contacts for the future. You will have access to our top ranked careers service, voted No 1 in the UK by employers for the past eight years. We offer excellent facilities and web based services including the business school's specialist libraries and The University of Manchester Library, recognised as one of the most extensive libraries in the world.