Manchester Business School

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Manchester Business School (MBS) is the largest department of the University of Manchester in Manchester, England. According to Bloomberg Business Week's ranking of the world's best business schools the MBS MBA is ranked third in the world. According to the Financial Times 2011 Global MBA Rankings, its M.B.A programme was ranked 29th (and 34th in the three-year average ranking) and its Doctoral programme was ranked the best in the world. As now constituted it includes departments from both the former Victoria University of Manchester's Faculty of Business Administration, and from UMIST.


The "new" Manchester Business School was formed in 2004 as a result of the merger of UMIST's Manchester School of Management, the Institute of Innovation Research (IoIR), the Victoria University of Manchester's School of Accounting and Finance, and the "old" Manchester Business School. Prior to merger the constituent parts of new MBS formed, from 1994,

The foundation of the School dates back to 1918 when the...
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