Professor in Accounting
As a world leading technology institution, The University of Bradford has an unwavering commitment to ‘Making Knowledge Work’. We are
distinguished by our world-leading research that has impacted on technological advancements, societal improvements, and healthcare and policy developments. Under the leadership of Professor Brian Cantor, Vice-Chancellor, we are rigorously pursuing an agenda of academic excellence. In our 50th Anniversary year, we are celebrating the following achievements:
- Top 50 UK University ranking in REF 2014 (with 96% of our research ranked world leading or internationally recognised)
- A rise of 10 places in the 2016 Complete University Guide and 20 places in the 2016 Guardian League Table, with six subjects ranked in the top 20
- Top 100 ranking for UK Universities established in the last 50 years
- One of the world’s most international universities
- The Greenest University in the UK
Following the recent appointment of Professor Zahir Irani as the Dean of Faculty for Management and Law, the University is committed to further supporting the growth of the faculty, evidenced with the strategic
appointment of this new Professorial position :
Professor in Accounting
The Faculty of Management and Law is a member of an elite group of Triple Accredited Business Schools in the world. Established in 1963 it is one
of Europe’s leading and oldest university-based business schools. With an international staff, alumni and student body, the Faculty has created
an environment of world-leading management education and research where students and staff can flourish. The Faculty has been accredited
by EQUIS since 2000 – the leading international system of quality assessment, improvement, and accreditation of higher education institutions in management and business administration. Their MBA programmes are amongst the first to receive accreditation from the Association of MBAs
(AMBA), and the final element of their “Triple Crown” of accreditations came in 2012, when they received international AACSB accreditation of all of
their business programmes.
The Faculty regularly appears in the annual Financial Times global business school rankings, and is currently ranked in the top 60 in Europe. The
latest QS Global Business School Ranking report shows that international employers rank Bradford among the world’s top 200 business schools that
they want to recruit from.
The University of Bradford strives to be an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.