Business Management

Students enrolled within the Suffolk Business School benefit from a personalised learning experience which is designed to make you ‘career ready’.

Our courses prepare you for the future you want. We nurture and demand the skills and capabilities that will build your confidence and will help you to navigate an ever-changing world of work.

Our approach provides you with the opportunity to undertake work experience, internships or study abroad as integral elements of your course. These elements, in combination with our innovative approach to teaching and learning, provide you with an invaluable opportunity to put theory into practice and the practice back into theory. You will learn to see the value in a range of ideas and points of view, and you will develop the skills necessary to present your own ideas and arguments in a persuasive and compelling manner.

BSc (Hons) Computing and Business Management

Computing and Management

BA Hons) Business Management

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Master of Business Administration

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MSc Business and Management

UCS Lecture - Nov 2013 (43)

MSc Human Resource Management

UCS Lecture - Nov 2013 (47)

Postgraduate Diploma in Human Resource Management

2010 Lecture Students (33)
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Senior Leader Master's Degree Apprenticeship (MBA)

Atrium 2017 (38)


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Your Teaching Team

Will is an Associate Professor in the Suffolk Business School and responsible for the running of the BA (Hons) Business Management degree. He is passionate about supporting the learning and development of students and in doing so, supporting the development of businesses locally and...

Dr Dababrata Chowdhury (Daba) is an Associate Professor in Entrepreneurship and Innovation at the University of Suffolk.  He graduated in Computer Science and Engineering (BSc) from Turkey and then completed his MBA and PhD at the Plymouth University.  His principal research int...

Professor David Gill is Professor of Archaeological Heritage and Director of Heritage Futures at the University of Suffolk. He serves as the RSA Heritage Chamption for the Central Region. ...

Sarah has been a lecturer at the University of Suffolk since 2009 on the Event and Tourism Management degree programmes. Sarah lectures in Marketing and Event Management. Sarah works extensively with outside organisations and charities, developing relationships in order to offer ...

Suzanne is Senior Lecturer in Employment Development, and Course Leader for the BA (Hons) Business Management Professional programme.  She teaches on a range of subjects including: careers development, marketing and research methods.  She completed her BA (Hons) in History, MA in...

After studying at UCS and completing a BA (Hons) followed by a MSc, Jonathan has been lecturing at the Suffolk Business School in Events, Tourism, Hospitality and Business Management.  He is a Senior Lecturer and leads the Event/Tourism Suite of programmes.  He introduced and teac...