Why study management at Glasgow?
The University of Glasgow has a long tradition of research-led business and management education and development, delivered within an internationally recognised and highly regarded Russell Group University.
Management education at the University of Glasgow began in the late 1950s, initially on a part-time basis for managers in the local community. Today, the University of Glasgow Adam Smith Business School has strong links with business and industry at a national and international level and gives a high priority to collaborative research and knowledge transfer. Management at Glasgow is associated with a long list of corporate companies and major public sector organisations, such as Associated Newspapers, Amazon UK, National Australia Group, BBC Scotland, IBM, and NHS Scotland.
Our industry links offer tangible benefits to our students. Corporate supported teaching spaces and consultancy projects provide an enhanced learning experience, while commissioned research informs our teaching, providing students with the most up to date management knowledge.
Programmes we offer
- MSc Finance & Management
- MSc Management
- MSc Management with Enterprise & Business Growth
- MSc Management with Human Resources
- MSc Management with International Finance
- MSc International Business & Entrepreneurship
- MSc International Strategic Marketing
- MSc International Human Resource Management & Development