The voice of the UK’s business and management education sector, The Chartered Association of Business Schools, has ranked Alliance Manchester Business School 3rd in the UK in its latest Research Income for Business & Management report.
The annual report, which launched at the Chartered ABS Annual Research Conference in Birmingham on 29th March, analysed the latest Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA) data over the last six years. Total research income for Alliance Manchester Business School almost doubled between 2014/15 and 2015/16.
Professor Rudolf Sinkovics, Director of Research at Alliance Manchester Business School, said: “Our position in the top three for highest research income is reflective of our commitment to offering world class research excellence across all disciplines. Despite tough economic times, our research income continues to increase and we are extremely well placed to continue to grow in the future.”
See the full report here.