Nottingham Business School

Nottingham Business School’s (NBS) purpose is to provide research and education that combines academic excellence with positive impact on people, business and society.

In Education NBS is a world leader in experiential learning and personalisation and in Research is committed to excellence which combines academic rigour with beneficial impact on social, economic and societal welfare, as well as informing the design and delivery of all its degree, masters and doctoral programmes. NBS has an unrivalled level of engagement with business, public and voluntary organisations and thus is known as the business school for business.

NBS is accredited by EQUIS and AACSB, which are internationally recognised hallmarks of excellence and quality for business education. Its courses are ranked 4th for Accounting and Finance, 7thfor Economics and 11th for Business, Management and Marketing in The Guardian Good University Guide 2020. It is also listed amongst the Top 100 European Business Schools by the Financial Times, which also ranks its Masters in Management amongst the Top 100 Globally. The School is one of only three UK business schools recognised as a PRME Champion, and held up as an exemplar by the United Nations Principles of Responsible Management Education (PRME).

Our Subject Areas

What's coming up

23

Apr

Managing research collaboration with academic partners

Nottingham Conference Centre, 30 Burton Street, Nottingham, NG1 4BU

Professors Gary Powell and Caroline Gatrell will convene this seminar on managing research collaborations based on their personal perspectives and experiences.  It will include discussion of the challenges of managing papers, conferences, and ongoing research projects when working with research partners. Some discussion around managing relationships with practitioner partners (impact) will be included in the morning session.

Nottingham Conference Centre, 30 Burton Street, Nottingham, NG1 4BU

Professors Gary Powell and Caroline Gatrell will convene this seminar on managing research collaborations based on their personal perspectives and experiences.  It will include discussion of the challenges of managing papers, conferences, and ongoing research projects when working with research partners. Some discussion around managing relationships with practitioner partners (impact) will be included in the morning session.

21

Feb

The interface of Human Resource Management, Innovation and Entrepreneurship: A research incubator

Nottingham Conference Centre, Nottingham Trent University, Burton Street, Nottingham, NG1 4BU

27

Feb

Equal Pay @ 50: Equal pay and its challenges in modern times

Bowden Room, Nottingham Conference Centre, Newton Building, Nottingham, NG1 4BU

10

Mar

Professor Ian Clark Inaugural Lecture

Lecture Theatre 5, Newton Building, Burton Street, NG1 4BU

22

Apr

Business Scholars Lecture: Professor Gary Powell

Lecture Theatre 5, Newton Building, Burton Street, Nottingham, NG1 4BU

Our Research Groups and Centres

Behavioural Science Research Group

Behavioural Science Research Group

Behavioural Sciences focuses on human behaviour and decision making. The interdisciplinary team uses quantitative and qualitative methods and combines empirical research with applied theory.

Accounting and Finance Research Group

Accounting and Finance Research Group

The Accounting and Finance Research Group undertakes research across a broad spectrum of accounting and finance related disciplines and across a range of sectors and geographical boundaries.

Centre for Economics, Policy and Public Management

Centre for Economics, Policy and Public Management

CEPPM brings together distinct, but mutually reinforcing, research interests in public policy, public management and applied economics research; economics consultancy, contract research and training; betting research; and political forecasting.

International Business, Strategy and Decisions Research Group

International Business, Strategy and Decisions Research Group

The International Business, Strategy and Decisions Research Group focuses on international business topics such as Multinational, Small-and Medium sized enterprises and transnational entrepreneurs in Emerging Markets.

Work, Informalisation and Place

Work, Informalisation and Place

Work, Informalisation and Place focuses on understanding the interrelated nature of informal work and place. Through combining expertise from different academic fields we bring a new approach to mapping and analysing employment, casual work and exploitation. Our work aims to engage in debates relevant to academics and policymakers to make a difference in both spheres.

Centre for People, Work and Organizational Practice

Centre for People, Work and Organizational Practice

The Centre for People, Work and Organizational Practice is the research group within Nottingham Business School (NBS). The research within the Centre explores the ways in which leadership and HR practices influence employees’ attitudes and behaviours at work.

Featured Facility

The trading room

If you’re aiming for a career in finance and the investment industry, this is a chance to hone your skills in a real-time trading environment.

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We're ranked 4th in the Guardian University Guide 2020 for Accounting and Finance.

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We're ranked 7th in the Guardian University Guide 2020 for Economics.

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We're ranked 11th in the Guardian University Guide 2020 for Business, Management and Marketing.

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We're ranked 4th for Graduate Prospects for Economics in the Guardian University Guide 2020

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We're ranked 5th for Graduate Prospects for Accounting and Finance in the Guardian University Guide 2020

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We're ranked 6th for Graduate Prospects for Business, Management and Marketing in the Guardian University Guide 2020

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