Hull University Business School

Hull University Business School is one of an elite number of business schools worldwide to have achieved accreditation from EQUIS which is awarded from the European Foundation for Management Development (EFMD). It received both EQUIS and AMBA accreditations and the doctoral training programme receiving recognition from the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC).

The School offers a range of undergraduate, postgraduate and management development programmes. Undergraduate degree programmes offered include the BSc Accounting, BA Business Economics,BA  Business, BSc Economics, BSc Financial Management, BA International Business, BSc Logistics, etc. Taught postgraduate courses include the Hull MBA and MSc programmes. Postgraduate research degrees include MRes and MPhil/PhD programmes.


- Placed in the top third of business league tables in the second annual National Student Survey (NSS). The BA Business is ranked 9th out of 54 institutions; Economics is ranked 4th out of 35 UK Economics departments.The University of Hull has also been ranked 4th for ‘overall satisfaction’ amongst England’s mainstream universities and the best in Yorkshire.

- Featured in the top quarter of The Times Good University Guide 2009 rankings for Business Studies.

- Top 25 in the UK for Economics (Times 2009).

- The quality of the school's teaching and learning has been rated as 'Excellent' and it achieved a score of 23/24 in the last QAA review.

- The School is placed 22nd for the quality and volume of business and management research in the RAE 2008, with 85% of the research submitted recognised as of international quality, with over half of that judged to be 'world-leading' or 'internationally excellent'. Multiplying the number of staff returned by the ‘average quality ranking' (as reported by the Times Higher and Guardian), places it 16th among all UK business schools.

- Hull University is placed among the Top 4 Universities in Yorkshire & Humberside (Complete University Guide 2009).

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