Where can we take you?
Congratulations on your offer to study IT Management for Business at Alliance Manchester Business School.
Our courses will give you the tools for life. Our campus and city, the time of your life.
All of our courses include a work placement or international exchange year. Work, study, travel - it's up to you!
Recognised by more than 40 employers, including Credit Suisse, HP, IBM, Microsoft, and SAS.
£34k average salary 15 months after graduating (Discover Uni 2021).
Your next steps
Careers and employability
An unfair advantage – an employer-designed degree course to put graduates ahead.
Learn about the application of technology in the modern workplace across diverse industries.
In your first year, you will participate in lectures and skills workshops delivered by top graduate employers.
You will also complete team projects set by employers such as Credit Suisse and Procter & Gamble.
Other events include business challenges, competitions, graduate and placement student panels, and 'meet the employers' sessions.
Put theory into practice with a paid work placement in your third year of study.
100% of ITMB placement students achieved a First or Upper Second class degree between 2015-2018.
What jobs do our IT Management for Business graduates go on to do?
Example jobs include Technology Analyst, Business Analyst, Data Analytics Consultant, and Feature Product Owner.
Learning and support
Why study IT Management for Business?
An applied degree with high employer engagement.
Find out what makes our BSc ITMB degrees so unique and what gives our students the edge.
Virtual tour of Alliance MBS
Take a look around the building and facilities with our 360-degree virtual tours.
Support throughout your studies
We provide an active community that welcomes students from all over the world.
You'll make friends through course and society activities and get support in your studies from experienced students through our peer-assisted student support scheme.
Events for offer-holders
Offer-holder day presentation
Watch our offer-holder day presentation.
Programme Director Ali Owrak talks about the benefits of studying BSc Information Technology Management for Business.
AMBS student Owen discusses his time studying ITMB here in Manchester.
You probably have concerns about the effect of the coronavirus outbreak on your application and what the next academic year will look like.
The University aims to answer your questions as best we can at this time. We have compiled a set of Frequently Asked Questions to help.
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Your University timetable
You will normally study four or five course units per semester.
Each week, there are usually two hours of lectures for each course unit and a one-hour workshop in alternate weeks.
Group work and group or individual presentations will form a regular part of your assignments.