What we do

We are a full-service business school, providing industry-focused education to undergraduates, postgraduates and executives across the globe.

Original Thinking Applied is at the heart of what we do - turning theory into practice across all our activity, through our programmes, consultancy and research.

We inform, inspire and engage with the business community through our corporate engagement activities and we work to support communities through our social responsibility agenda.

Our programmes areas:

Research

We have an interdisciplinary, collaborative approach across the School and the wider University.

Research strengths

Our research is structured around four divisions, with collaboration taking place through research groups, centres and institutes. Some examples of the broad range of areas they cover are below:

Accounting and finance

Accounting and accountability
Regulation
Auditing
Fairness in capital markets
Disclosure
Functioning of capital markets
Asset pricing
Risk management
Financing of firms
Mergers and acquisitions
Management accounting
Information systems
International reach

Accounting and finance >>

Innovation management and policy

Creative industries
Digital
Economics
Emerging technologies
Foresight
Governance
Healthcare
Innovation management
Innovation policy
Science policy
Sustain ability
Societal challenges
Systems transitions
Public policy

Innovation management and policy >>

Management Sciences and Marketing

Big data
Branding
Consumer behaviour
Corporate reputation
Decision science
Digital networks
Ethical supply chains
Marketing
Operations management
Retail
Service systems
Society

Management Science and Marketing >>

People, Management and Organisations

Banking
Comparative management
Creativity
Fairness at work
Labour markets
Leadership
Managing healthcare
Employment
Industrial relations
International business
Project management
Psychometrics
Workplace psychology

People, Management and Organisations >>

*There are various ways of measuring research power. The University's preferred measurement is 4*/3* times number of staff submitted.