Leicester Business School
Based in the state-of-the-art £35 million Hugh Aston Building, Leicester Business School is one of the largest providers of business and management education in the UK.
The school is organised into five departments offering undergraduate, postgraduate, professional and research courses and expertise:
We deliver a wide range of undergraduate courses designed with employability in mind, from accounting to economics and human resource management to marketing.
Many of our courses offer exemptions from a range of professional bodies including ACCA, CIM and CIMA.
Each course also offers you the chance to undertake a paid placement at multinational organisations, including Intel, IBM, BMW and UBS or the chance to study abroad at one of our partner institutions.
See our full undergraduate course listing.
Our postgraduate courses provide you with the opportunity to enhance your CV and further your career prospects.
Each course is designed with industry in mind, with many of our academics being active in the international research community.
See our full postgraduate course listing.
A global business school...
Our 5,000 strong student body represents 60 nationalities, making Leicester Business School a vibrant and cosmopolitan place to study.
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We foster a thriving research community within the school, with many of our staff recognised as international leaders in their fields.
In the Research Assessment Exercise 2008, more than 70 per cent of the faculty’s submitted research was recognised internationally in terms of originality, significance and rigour, with 25 per cent of the submission ranked as ‘internationally excellent’ or ‘world-leading’.
Key areas in the school include local governance, health policy, comparative housing, human resource management, organisational behaviour, small ethnic-minority business and entrepreneurship.
Visit our research web pages or find out about our doctoral training programme.