Strathclyde Business School

Founded in 1948, Strathclyde Business School (SBS) is an enterprising, pioneering institution of global standing. We engage business minds, and pursue impact on the stakeholders we serve.

The University of Strathclyde is now Scotland’s third largest university, and one of the largest in the UK, with a world-wide reputation for its teaching and research. Our University’s mission for over 200 years has been to be ‘the place of useful learning’; an ethos which still drives the business school and distinguishes us from our competitors.

SBS has a long and proud history of being an innovative business school – and part of a socially progressive and leading technological University of Strathclyde – with ‘useful learning’ at its heart. The School was named Business School of the Year in the Times Higher Education 2016 awards announced in November. The award was made in recognition of the Business School’s innovative and entrepreneurial attitude and its overall ‘outstanding’ performance.

Internationally Recognised

The business school is triple accredited by the three international accrediting bodies, AMBA, EQUIS and AACSB – and it was one of the first to gain this accolade. EQUIS and AACSB assess the business school as a whole while AMBA accredits the MBA programmes. With recent accreditation from all three bodies for the maximum five year period, Strathclyde is delighted to continue to be one of the small number, out of thousands of business schools around the world, to be triple accredited.

In addition to triple accreditation, Strathclyde Business School is Europe’s first university faculty to be awarded a licence to operate an MBA programme in the United Arab Emirates.

Our MBA and Masters programmes are consistently ranked among the best in the world and we continue to introduce innovative business programmes to suit the demands of an evolving business world and we’ve extended out academic reach with centres in Europe, Asia and the Gulf.

We have specialist MSc programmes in the following subject areas:

MBA
Strategy & Organisation
Accounting & Finance
Work, Employment & Organisation
Marketing
Management Science
Economics
Entrepreneurship

Scholarships and funding

The full range of available scholarships can be found on our website

Location

Scotland is one of Europe’s most unique destinations, famed for its history, castles, scenery, lively cities, warm hospitality and its traditions. Glasgow is Scotland’s biggest city but its position and excellent transport links mean all other parts of the country are easy and quick to access. A stunning city in its own right, Glasgow is just minutes from some of the most beautiful parts of the country – the rugged west coast, Loch Lomond and Burns country are all on our doorstep.

Surroundings and Facilities

SBS is situated in a modern, award winning building in the heart of Glasgow’s city centre. Designed to meet the demands of both corporate clients and students, it is purpose-built to facilitate study, interaction and work, and is equipped with up-to-date computing and technology facilities, study areas and its own café.

With the campus village a few minutes’ walk away, and plenty of city centre off campus accommodation available, SBS is an ideal location for those pursuing full-time study.

University support services and facilities

In addition to the services and facilities provided by SBS, the University itself provides you with a wide range of support services to assist you in your studies or leisure time, and for help or advice all the main University facilities are available to our course members and include:

• University Library
• Sports Centre
• Student and Occupational
• Health Service
• Special Needs Service

Keep in touch

Postgraduate admissions
T: +44(0)141 553 6105 / 4590
E: sbs.admissions@strath.ac.uk
W: https://www.strath.ac.uk/business/postgraduate/
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