Birmingham Business School prides itself on its links with industry. We want to ensure that our research continues to inform the development of business practice and we want to facilitate companies to recruit our graduates into projects and permanent positions throughout the world.
To achieve this we need to hear from you. Our research can underpin your five year strategy, our graduates can provide fresh talent, and our pool of MBA professionals can provide you with managerial expertise and high value consultancy.
We encourage your business to engage with our academics to gain access to their knowledge and expertise. We have an open door policy, so there is a large degree of flexibility about how we can work together, from conducting research projects that last for a few months or several years, to providing consultancy, or testing and analysing methods and equipment. You could also have an academic come to work within your business for a set period of time on a secondment in order to have access to their experitise on-site.
For more information contact BusinessSchoolPartnering@contacts.bham.ac.uk.
To find out about the different ways the wider University works with businesses, please visit our Partner With Us page.
Birmingham Business School thrives on strong links with industry and an Advisory Board, chaired by Lord Digby Jones of Birmingham, consisting of high-level executives, selected for their exceptional stature and their commitment to Birmingham Business School.
Project placement and information for recruiters
Birmingham Business School is an excellent recruitment resource for all industry sectors. Make our students your resource. Whatever your recruitment, project or consultancy need, we can help. We also encourage companies to get to know our students through guest lectures, case-studies, skills sessions and career presentations.
In our featured case-study video, you can learn more about our post-study internship programme and how it can be a huge benefit to both our students and the companies they work with.
MSc Marketing student Bing Han worked at local start-up Flashsticks for her post-study internship.