Management Programmes

University of Liverpool Management School

The University of Liverpool Management School (ULMS) is a leading centre of excellence for management training, education and research. The School’s online programmes include masters degrees and postgraduate certificates.

AACSB

In December 2012 it achieved AACSB Accreditation, joining an elite group of institutions recognised by AACSB International – the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business – one of the world’s leading business school accreditation organisations.

Professor Michael McKenzie, Interim Director of the University’s Management School, said:
“Our starting point is that all our activities are founded on internationally excellent and world class scholarship. AACSB Accreditation gives students the extra assurance that the Management School is among the world’s best.”

Read more here about AACSB Accreditation or watch the film.


On-campus and online

In the city of Liverpool, UK, we deliver education and training for undergraduates, postgraduates and management professionals at all stages of their careers, and also operate as a leading research centre and consultancy.

Internationally, we make our expertise available to professionals around the world, through a suite of innovative 100% online management programmes. These range from MBA and MSc programmes to our Doctor of Business Administration (DBA).

Our mission – learning to make a difference

‘Learning to make a difference’ sums up our mission. We believe that learning and research should have a positive impact, informing good decisions and transforming business and management practice. We aim to equip leaders to navigate conflicting priorities, deal with uncertainty and make ethical choices – to the benefit of individuals, enterprises and communities.

Inspiring research

Our ULMS research approach is both unusual and inspiring. Through a series of ‘Knowledge Platforms’, our experts in economics, marketing, finance, operations, e-business and organisation work together with sociologists and philosophers. Together they conduct multidisciplinary research addressing the key economic, societal, organisational and management issues of today. Much of the School’s research has gained recognition for excellence.

Professor Michael McKenzie

“We desire that our students become more than good managers and great leaders. They must be able to make a significant contribution in their roles and, in the long-term, play a part in solving some of the most endemic problems individuals, companies and communities face. That is the true meaning of our mission, 'Learning to make a difference.'”

Michael McKenzie, Interim Director of the University of Liverpool Management School