University of Bath School of Management

Claverton Down, Bath, BA2 7AY, United Kingdom

About University of Bath School of Management

Established in 1966, the University of Bath School of Management in Bath, England, is the international business school of the University of Bath. It is among the most prestigious business schools in both the UK and globally.

The school has around 2,500 students across its four divisions of accounting, finance and law; marketing, business and society; information, decisions and operations and strategy and organisation.

Undergraduate courses include: accounting and finance; accounting and finance, business and management; business administration; international management; international management and modern languages (French, German, Spanish); management and management with marketing. Many of the courses offer placement years or a year spent studying abroad.

Master's courses include; management; accounting and finance; finance; finance with banking and finance with risk management. Specialised master's are available in: business analytics; engineering business management; entrepreneurship and management; human resource management and consulting innovation and technology management; international management marketing; operations, logistics and supply chain management and sustainability and management.

The school also offers its MBA as part-time or full-time, an Executive MBA, the Bath PhD and DBA in Higher Education Management.

Bath School of Management has a number of research consortia that work across a number of disciplines. They are: The Centre for Business, Organisations & Society (CBOS); The Centre for Governance, Regulation and Industrial Strategy (CGRIS); The Bath Centre for Healthcare Innovation & Improvement (CHI2); The Centre for Strategic Risk & Insurance (CSRI); The International Centre for Higher Education Management (ICHEM); Future of Work (FoW); The Centre for Research on Entrepreneurship and Innovation at Bath (CREI@Bath) and the Lean & Agile Research Group (LARG) with a remit to "conduct high quality research into Design, Manufacture and the Management of Processes and Systems".

Notable Bath School of Management alumni include: Justin King, CEO of Sainsbury's; Bob Wigley, Chairman of Merrill Lynch International (Europe, Middle East and Africa); Dean Finch, CEO of National Express; Russell Senior, ex Pulp guitarist; Terence Thomas, Ash Atalla, television producer; James Shaw, New Zealand minister; Sir Julian Horn-Smith, former COO of Vodafone and Stewart Till, Chairman of United International Pictures and Millwall FC.