Management at Birmingham Business School

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Management at Birmingham Business School consists of five departments, each with its own distinct focus, whilst still engaging in interdisciplinary research across the School.

Department of: Business and Labour Economics | Entrepreneurship & Local Economy | Organisation, Work and Employment | Procurement and Operations Management | Strategy and International Business

Degrees and courses

Undergraduate programmes and taught and research postgraduate degrees that provide academic excellence and vocational relevance.

Research

Find out about the ongoing research happening within the different Management departments and their associated research clusters.

Staff profiles

View department staff profiles for an insight into their teaching, research interests and possible PhD supervision opportunities.


Find out about the suite of BSc Business Management programmes at Birmingham Business School (left) and Dr Mike Kennard discusses the new MSc Management with Specialist Pathways programme (right).

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