Manchester Metropolitan University

School structure

With over 200 academic staff, the business school is structured around three academic departments and six research centres.

The business school pivots around three main academic departments that encapsulate our range of programmes at undergaduate, postgraduate and professional level. Our research activities are organised through our Research in Business and Law, which is the overarching research function of the Faculty of Business and Law, and includes our graduate school, our research centres and clusters. The professional and commercial department undertakes a range of business engagement activity that includes commercial programmes, consultancy and bespoke business training.

 

Our research

Research in Business and Law is the research function of the Faculty and brings together our research centres, scholarly and consultancy activities, and our Graduate School. Our research centres include the centre for enterprise, the centre for international business and innovation, the centre for people and performance, the centre for policy modelling and the institute of place management.

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Accounting, Finance and Economics

Core expertise in the department includes accountancy, financial planning, financial strategy, banking, taxation and behavioural economics.

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Management

A range of academic expertise spanning business strategy, international business, leadership, enterprise and business start-up, human resources and sports management.

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Marketing, Operations and Digital Business

Combining a rich mix of knowledge including marketing, PR, digital communications, retail and logistics management.

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Professional and Commercial

Includes our commercial and business engagement activities that comprise bespoke business training, consultancy and executive development.

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