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Welcome to the University of Strathclyde Business School leading business education, research and consultancy
Historic Development - SBS 1845 Establishment of Glasgow Commercial College (renamed Glasgow Athenaeum 1847) 1903 Glasgow Athenaeum designated the Central Institution for Commercial Education in Glasgow and the West of Scotland 1948 Glasgow School of Management Studies established 1953 Chester's Residential Management Centre donated to Royal College of Science & Technology 1955 Law School 1964 Central Institution for Commercial Education renamed the Scottish College of Commerce 1966 New degree of Master of Business Administration introduced 1970 Scottish Business School formed by Strathclyde, Glasgow and Edinburgh 1971 Restructuring of departments in the Schools of Business and Management and Arts and Social Studies to create basis for present-day Strathclyde Business School
Academic departments and specialist units: Accounting and Finance Management Science Management Economics (Fraser of Allander Institute) Marketing Human Resource Management Hospitality and Tourism Hunter Centre for Entrepreneurship European Policies Research Centre Strathclyde Institute of Operations Management Strathclyde International Business Unit Strathclyde Centre for Employment Research International Division – 9 international centres Centre for Executive Education Central SBS faculty: Dean’s Office and Faculty administration Undergraduate and international exchange office Marketing and Student Recruitment Unit SBS structure today
Strathclyde Business School - global accreditation and reputation 1 of only 37 business schools in the world (out of 3500), and only Scottish business school with international accreditation (AMBA, AACSB and EQUIS) Number one in Scotland – by a wide margin - for research excellence and 7 th equal in the UK (UK RAE 2008) Only Scottish business school and one of only 19 in the UK with ‘Excellent’ award for the quality of our teaching Financial Times Global MBA survey Jan 2009 achieving 1 st in Scotland, 10 th in UK, 17 th in Europe and 41 st in the world Financial Times rankings Jan 2008, achieving 1st in Scotland, 7th in UK, 13th in Europe and 30th in the world. Financial Times Executive MBA rankings Oct 2008 Financial Times Masters in General Management Oct 2008
Strathclyde Business School - global accreditation and reputation Financial Times European Business Schools ranking, Nov 2008 - ranked top 5 in UK, top 20 in Europe Listed by the UK government as one of the top 50 business schools in the world (2005) The Guardian ranked us 1st in Scotland, and 6th in the UK for business and management studies, 2008. Our department of Accounting and Finance was ranked 1st in the UK by The Independent University rankings 2009 and 7th in the UK by The Times Good University Guide 2009 Our department of Economics has become the first university in the UK to have a programme (MSc in Economic Management Policy) formally recommended by the Government Economic Service (GES), the UK's largest recruiter of economists
Strathclyde Business School - global accreditation and reputation Strathclyde Business School is the first business school in Scotland to receive the prestigious European Quality Award (EQA) for its Postgraduate Certificate in Executive Coaching. The department of Human Resource Management is recognised by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) as a Centre of Research Excellence, one of only 10 in the UK and the only one in Scotland. Strathclyde Business School came out as having the most satisfied students in the Management Studies category, across the whole of the UK, in the most recent National Student Satisfaction Survey. SBS became Europe’s first university faculty to be awarded A licence to operate an MBA in the UAE
Size and Shape Approx. 2,500 undergraduates (FTE) Approx. 2,150 postgraduates (bodies not FTE) - 600 postgraduate instructional (Glasgow based) - 1400 postgraduate instructional (offshore) - 150 postgraduate research Significant executive education (mainly custom designed) 176 academic staff £31 million turnover
Our Research Mission to create and disseminate knowledge from its range of intellectual domains that demonstrates international leadership and excellence Research groupings are: Employment Studies Management Economics Entrepreneurship Hospitality and Tourism Management Accounting and Finance Management Science Marketing
Our Research Alongside 5 Research Centres of global repute: European Policy Research Centre Strathclyde Institute for Operations Management Fraser of Allander Institute for research on the Scottish economy Strathclyde International Business Unit Scottish Employment Research Centre
Our Research Number one in Scotland – by a wide margin - for research excellence and 7 th equal in the UK (UK RAE 2008) 65% of SBS research staff carry out work which is ‘world- leading’ or ‘internationally excellent’ (UK RAE 2008) 23 Best Paper awards in recent years Research income in 2007/08 exceeding £3 million Impressive range of publications in leading journals Top level impact on business and public policy Over 300 live research links with international collaborators
Undergraduate Degrees in Strathclyde Business School The BA Degree allowing single and joint honours study in a range of principal business subjects, including an accredited degree in Accountancy The Faculty also offers 4 cross-disciplinary and specialist degrees: International Business International Business & Modern Languages Technology & Business Studies Flexible - the degree structure allows you the flexibility to choose the ideal combination of courses for your chosen career path. Study abroad - o ur degrees allow you to spend part of your course studying in Europe or overseas Business comes first - we place emphasis on real business issues. Our Management Development Programme, which is central to all our degrees, is highly vaued by employers
Subjects Accounting Business Enterprise Business Technology Economics Finance Hospitality and Tourism Human Resource Management International Business International Business & Modern Languages Management Management Science Marketing Technology & Business Studies Business Law
Postgraduate Programmes (Instructional) MBA Full-time, Part-time, Flexible Learning, International Programme (9 centres) Specialist Masters Business and Management, International Management, Business Information Technology Systems,Communications Management, Finance, International Accounting & Finance, International Banking and Finance, Investment and Finance, Economic Management and Policy, International Hospitality Management, Tourism, HRM for the Tourism and Hospitality Industries, Tourism in Developing Countries, Human Resource Management, Technology Entrepreneurship, Operational Research, Marketing, International Marketing, Procurement Management,,Coaching and Mentoring
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