The University of Edinburgh Business School takes its place among the world’s leading business schools. Our triple accreditation is testament to our inspirational teaching, game-changing research and diverse engagement with global business.
Much more than simply a source of knowledge, our School connects our Masters students with local, national and international businesses, innovators and entrepreneurs. Our commitment to corporate engagement and our strong sector-wide links are evidenced by our sponsored research, guest speaker events and themed events.
Our students, like many of our academics, bring an international background in terms of both nationality and career. Our 2020/21 Masters intake comprised students from 72 different nationalities. It’s a healthy mix that creates a lively sharing of ideas and insights into different cultures.
At the heart of our dynamic School is a faculty of more than 100 specialist academics, representing a substantial body of experience; many are active in industry-based research and consultancy. This experience feeds into the quality of the teaching, particularly in immersing students in business issues.
Ranked 15th in the world (QS, 2023), the University of Edinburgh, is one of the oldest in the United Kingdom, having been granted its Royal Charter in 1583. More than 200 years ago its central role in the Scottish Enlightenment helped create a bright new reason based approach to the human condition. Today that legacy inspires a modern, forward-looking institution, world-class academics and more than 40,000 students from across the globe who have chosen to study in Edinburgh.
On our MSc in Management, ranked in the top 5 in the UK by the Financial Times (2022), an emphasis on practical skills will take you beyond the theory. Via workshops, simulation exercises, teamwork and the application of strategies you’ll find yourself at the heart of real-life management challenges. The result is greatly enhanced employability from an MSc packed with the insight, theories and skills successful management depends on. Key areas you will develop include effective management in an ever-changing business environment, an awareness of how to analyse and resolve contemporary management problems and the ability to acquire, analyse and validate data.
Please check our website for more details on entry requirements, application deadlines, fees, scholarships, and more.
A thriving European capital city, Edinburgh blends history, culture and a world-class arts scene with the entrepreneurial energy and fresh thinking you’d expect from the UK’s second largest financial centre. Easy to reach and well connected to Europe and beyond, it’s no surprise that for generations creative thinkers have made Edinburgh their home.