The Management Discipline is recognised nationally and internationally as contributing to HRM and employment regulation, public sector management, strategy, entrepreneurship, innovation and international business.

Discipline staff have editorial and board membership roles and published in several leading international peer-reviewed journals including: Public Administration Review, Organization Studies, Gender Work and Organizations, Human RelationsBritish Journal of Management, International Business Review; Technovation, Regional Studies, Industry and Innovation, World Economy, European Planning Studies, Human Resource Management Review, Organization StudiesJournal of World BusinessJournal of Management Studies, and Journal of Managerial Psychology.

The key teaching areas of the Discipline include a designated stream on Human Resource Management and a capstone module on strategy and innovation on the Bachelor of Commerce degree programmes and the MBA programme.  At postgraduate level, the Discipline offers award-winning masters programmes: the MSc in International Management, the MSc in Human Resource Management (HRM) and the MSc in Strategy, Innovation and People Management (SIPM).  The Discipline has recently introduced paid internships across the three MSc programmes. an internship offers students an excellent opportunity to develop their work-ready skills during their postgraduate studies.  The Discipline has very strong links with industry and professional practice associations. An example of this connection with industry and business includes best-performing student award sponsorships from internationally renowned companies such as Intel, Nelipak and Medtronic.

The Discipline also has a number of PhD students.  

 

 

 

Postgraduate Taught Programmes