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Professor Simon Collinson, Dean of Birmingham Business School - We are a dynamic and internationally-focused School offering programmes across the full range of Business School disciplines. The School's academic staff conduct world-class research, in addition to achieving excellence in teaching and enriching students' understanding. We pride ourselves on students graduating with a range of knowledge and skills that give them a competitive edge."
We seek to equip you with the insight, ambition and skills to shape better, simpler and more sustainable business strategies.
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We promote an engaged and applied approach to research that informs, and is informed by, debates from across the world.
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Latest news from the Business School
- A recent research project headed by Dr Joe Sanderson, Head of Procurement and Operations Management Department, has been published by the Association of Business Schools (ABS) in a case study collection designed to highlight the impact of business school research.
- We are delighted to announce that we have been ranked 53rd in the 2015 Global MBA rankings of Expansion, a leading Spanish-language business magazine published in Mexico and across Latin America.
- Amy Fraher, Senior Lecturer in the Department of Organisation, Work and Employment at the Birmingham Business School has won the 2015 Axiom Business Book Awards Silver Medal for her book The Next Crash: How Short Term Profit Seeking Trumps Airline Safety (Cornell University Press).
- On 11 March Stephen Collins, Group Chief Operating Officer and Executive Director at SG Hambros Bank Limited, delivered a guest lecture as part of Birmingham Business School's Distinguished Leaders Series. Stephen drew on his extensive experience to give an overview of what it takes to be an effective leader.
- Top-tier schools have gone head to head in one of five regional finals of the world's largest student competition, competing for $1 million in start-up funding to solve President Clinton's Early Childhood Challenge.
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