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University of Liverpool - Management School

Part of University of Liverpool

Liverpool Campus, Liverpool United Kingdom

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    The University of Liverpool Management School is dedicated to helping people and organisations meet the significant leadership challenges posed by today's uncertain, changing world. We deliver education and training for undergraduates, postgraduates and management professionals at all stages of their careers and a leading research centre and consultancy. As you would expect from a top school, our research and education programmes cover all the key management disciplines, including economics, marketing, finance, operations, e-business and organisational behaviour.

    The University of Liverpool has a long tradition in the teaching of business and management subjects, dating to the 1800s when it introduced a special two-year ‘Business Curriculum’. The curriculum provided training to those seeking a business career and included English, Maths and foreign languages, but interestingly no commercial subjects. The University’s Business School was formed in the early 1960s offering post-experience courses, before adopting the American model of postgraduate study and research activity in 1966. Business and management studies developed into their present form with the opening of the University of Liverpool Management School (ULMS) in 2002.

    About

    The University of Liverpool Management School is dedicated to helping people and organisations meet the significant leadership challenges posed by today's uncertain, changing world. We deliver education and training for undergraduates, postgraduates and management professionals at all stages of their careers and a leading research centre and consultancy. As you would expect from a top school, our research and education programmes cover all the key management disciplines, including economics, marketing, finance, operations, e-business and organisational behaviour.

    The University of Liverpool has a long tradition in the teaching of business and management subjects, dating to the 1800s when it introduced a special two-year ‘Business Curriculum’. The curriculum provided training to those seeking a business career and included English, Maths and foreign languages, but interestingly no commercial subjects. The University’s Business School was formed in the early 1960s offering post-experience courses, before adopting the American model of postgraduate study and research activity in 1966. Business and management studies developed into their present form with the opening of the University of Liverpool Management School (ULMS) in 2002.

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