Where can we take you?
Congratulations on your offer to study Management at Alliance Manchester Business School.
The Alliance Manchester Business School is much more than a building. Our campus and the city provide tools for life.
All of our courses include a work placement or international exchange year. Work, study, travel - it's up to you!
In 2021-22, we are targeted by the largest number of top employers in the UK (The Graduate Market in 2023, Highfliers Research).
We are ranked 7th in the UK for Business and Management Studies (The World University Rankings, 2023).
Your next steps
Careers and employability
At the Alliance Manchester Business School, you will have access to a number of opportunities to help boost your career.
Some of our employers include Goldman Sachs, Jaguar Land Rover, KPMG, L'Oréal, and Microsoft.
This course is also available with a work placement in your penultimate year.
Shape your degree
Our management courses share a common first year before allowing you to focus on a specialism.
You can shape your own degree and choose to specialise in accounting and finance, human resources, innovation, strategy and entrepreneurship, international business economics, or marketing.
Learning and support
Hear from a current student.
Emily Welham, a second year Management student with a specialism in Marketing shares in one minute, why she chose to study Marketing at The University of Manchester.
Why study Management?
A broad-based management degree with five specialisms.
Find out what makes our BSc Management degrees so unique and what gives our students the edge.
Support throughout your studies
We welcome students from all around the world. You’ll receive support through our experienced student peer support scheme.
Courses within this subject area
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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.