Swansea University – School of Management
A focal point of the School of Management’s strategy and vision is to increase its collaboration within the medical and health sectors on a local and global scale. The School houses an internationally diverse range of academic staff who are actively engaging with organisations such as the NHS and other industry partners on large-scale health and medical orientated research projects.
The School delivers programmes at undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral level in the areas of Business Management (with specialisms), Accounting, Finance and Economics. As an establishment the School of Management aims to immerse its students and staff in activity that has genuine social and economic impact.
The School of Management supports industry via 6 and 12 month student work placements, student projects and multi/inter disciplinary research projects coordinated by individual academics or one of our ever evolving research centres. The School undertakes collaborative research activity such as strategic insight programmes (SIPs) and knowledge transfer partnerships (KTPs); the School is always open to new and innovative ways of working with industry partner organisations.
The School of Management is aiming for its facility on the new Science and Innovation Campus to act as a catalyst for creating the effective health and medical managers of tomorrow while producing world-class, innovative programmes and impactful interdisciplinary research.
The School of Management is open to collaborating with all organisations regardless of size, sector or geographical location and welcomes the approach of potential partners.
Swansea University – School of Management news articles
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