Discover Alliance Manchester Business School
At Alliance Manchester Business School, ‘Original Thinking Applied’ sits at the heart of everything we do.
With triple accreditation from AACSB International, AMBA and EQUIS, we provide world-class, industry-focused education to undergraduates, postgraduates and executives across the globe.
Our centres in Dubai, Hong Kong, São Paolo, Shanghai and Singapore open up a world of opportunities for our students, researchers and clients. All over the world, we engage with businesses of all sizes to share expertise and form rewarding partnerships.
Ranked 2nd in the UK for research power, our influential research impacts all areas of business and management – from accounting and health management to big data and human rights.
Established in 1965 as one of the UK’s first two business schools, we are proud to be part of the prestigious University of Manchester and the UK’s largest campus-based business and management school.
A key moment in our history, in 2015 we were renamed Alliance Manchester Business School in recognition of Lord Alliance's generous £15 million donation and his long-standing relationship with the University and the Business School.
Over 6,500 students studying with globally
Over 500 academic, teaching and support staff representing 41 nationalities
We are one of the largest campus-based business schools in the UK
Over 60,000 alumni in 176 countries
135 nationalities represented by students
The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business - focuses on overall quality and continuous improvement.16 UK schools have achieved accreditation. Its headquarters are in St. Louis, Missouri.
The Association of MBAs - market-driven and international in focus. Ours was the first distance learning MBA to be accredited for the maximum five years.
The European Quality Improvement System - the accreditation arm of the European Foundation for Management Education (EFMD). It emphasises internationalism and real world relevance, which is synonymous with Alliance Manchester Business School's values and position.
Friday, October 16, 2020
The huge changes sweeping the UK labour market in the wake of the pandemic came under scrutiny at a parliamentary committee this week at which Professor Jill Rubery, Director of the Work & Equalities Institute, gave evidence via a weblink. >>
Monday, October 12, 2020
What does Manchester mean to you? Submit a photo and personal story to Barnabus by 31 October for a chance to be in the charity’s 2021 calendar. The project is being managed by Mike Blair, Full-Time MBA Class of 2021. >>
Tuesday, October 6, 2020
At the PIEoneer Awards held virtually on 2 October 2020, Riddi Viswanathan, a graduate from The University of Manchester was awarded the International Alumni of the Year 2020 award for her contributions to diverse student communities, particularly for her vital role in the #PoststudyWorkVisaNOW campaign and addressing hate crime in UK Universities. >>