The University of Bradford School of Management was opened in 1963 and, with its Triple Crown of accreditations (AMBA, Equis and AACSB), and an international staff and student body, the School have created an environment of world-leading management education and research where everyone can flourish.
The School is consistently high ranked, nationally and internationally, and has maintained a global reputation for academic excellence, world-class research and innovative leadership education for over 40 years. The School is housed within a beautiful, leafy parkland campus, close to one of the UK’s fastest-growing and most culturally-diverse cities. Courses are vibrant and diverse, with a thriving international community of staff and students.
Bradford is a relatively inexpensive city in which to be a student and the full-time MBA ranks 14th in the world in the Financial Times tables for value for money. Students on the MBA Full-time programme on average have benefitted from an 81% increase in salary three years after graduating, whilst those on the Executive Part-time programme have enjoyed a 61% increase in salary compared to what they earned prior to starting the MBA.
International students are guaranteed a place in Halls in their first year. The University of Bradford has a combination of directly owned and managed halls. These halls are located on the main campus and at the School of Management; nominated halls are those at Laisteridge Lane and Wardley House.
Only 4km from Bradford city centre, The School of Management is located on its own self-contained parkland campus. In this learning village, academic staff, undergraduates, MSc, MBA, and doctoral students from all over the world, work and learn alongside practising managers on executive programmes from many of the world’s leading companies.
The main University of Bradford campus is within walking distance of the city centre. The cities of Leeds, York, Manchester and Sheffield are less than an hour away by car, supported by an excellent public transport system. The countryside is within walking distance from the city centre.
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