Glasgow School for Business and Society

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Glasgow School for Business and Society
Type public university business school
Established 2002
Dean John Wilson
Vice-Dean Ailsa McKay
Location Glasgow and London, UK
Affiliations Glasgow Caledonian University
Website http://www.gcu.ac.uk/gsbs/

The Glasgow School for Business and Society is the largest business school in Scotland.[citation needed] It is part of Glasgow Caledonian University, and was established in 2002, originally named the Caledonian Business School. It offers programs in business studies, law and the social sciences. Its main campus is located in Glasgow, and it has an additional campus in London (GCU London). The school is also home to the Moffat Centre, one of the world’s leading university research centres in tourism and travel.

Departments[edit]

The school consists of three departments:

  • Department of Law, Economics, Accountancy and Risk
  • Department of Management
  • Department of Social Sciences, Media and Journalism

Management[edit]

The Executive Dean and Pro Vice-Chancellor is Professor John Wilson, and the Vice Dean is Professor Ailsa McKay.[1]

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