Nottingham University Business School
|Nottingham University Business School|
|Location||Nottingham, United Kingdom|
|Colours||Blue and White|
|Affiliations||Association of MBAs
European Quality Improvement System
Nottingham University Business School (NUBS) is the business school of the University of Nottingham, United Kingdom situated on the university's Jubilee Campus. The current dean of the business school is Professor Martin Binks.
The business school was formed from the university's departments of industrial economics, accounting and insurance and its Institute of Management Studies. The school was originally known as the School of Management and Finance.
The 2008 Times Good University Guide ranked the School sixth among UK management schools. NUBS also ranks overall 45th in the world and 1st in the UK in the Aspen Institute's 2011-2012. Financial Times ranks its MSc Finance and Investment programme among the top 2013 Global Masters in Finance programmes.
Nottingham University Business School offers a range of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes not only in the Nottingham campus but also in their campus in Ningbo and Malaysia.
Nottingham University Business School is one of the world's leading providers of business, finance and management education. Nottingham University Business School influential research is ranked as 'internationally excellent', with world leading strengths in entrepreneurship, innovation and business sustainability. RAE 2008 confirms Nottingham University Business School position as an elite research-led business school, rating 70% of its research activity as either internationally excellent or world-leading. Investing in the support, production and dissemination of high level research is a cornerstone of the School's strategy. The School hosts a number of leading research centres and institutes, which reflect its distinctive strengths in areas such as corporate social responsibility, banking and finance, management buy-outs and enterprise and innovation. The School and its affiliated centres and institutes sponsor and support managerially relevant research that contributes to the improvement of business practice, as well as the development of integrated and innovative curriculum and case-based course materials that are attuned to the lifelong learning needs of business leaders. The School has the following four research centres:
- Centre for Concurrent Enterprise
- Institute for Enterprise and Innovation
- Centre for Risk, Banking and Financial Services
- International Centre for Corporate Social Responsibility
- International Centre for Behavioural Business Research
Located on an award winning Jubilee Campus, with over 2,500 students and around 200 staff, Nottingham University Business School is a centre for management education and offers undergraduate, MA/MSc, MBA and doctoral programmes. The Jubilee Campus is a modern purpose-built campus which now extends to 65 acres and is located only one mile from University Park. The initial phase was opened by Her Majesty the Queen in 1999. Jubilee Campus is an exemplar of brownfield regeneration and has impeccable green credentials. An important feature of the campus is the series of lakes which, as well as being home to a variety of wildlife, provide storm water attenuation and cooling for the buildings. The environmentally-friendly nature of the campus and its buildings have been a big factor in the awards that it has received, which include the Millennium Marque Award for Environmental Excellence and the Civic Trust Award for Sustainability.
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- "Financial Times Masters in Finance Rankings 2013". Aspens. Retrieved 2013-06-15.
- "Research Centres and Institutes". Retrieved 2013-06-15.
- "Jubilee Campus, University of Nottingham Awards". Retrieved 2013-06-15.
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