Working with us to develop student projects, internships and recruitment opportunities allows you to invest in future business leaders whilst adding value for your organisation.
By offering a project as part of our full time MBA programme, you can access a pool of talented, experienced, international professionals who can offer up to 2,000 hours of intensive consultancy work and support from a world-class academic who knows your industry at a fraction of the cost of an external consultancy firm.
Groups of up to five students work for 10 weeks wth a third sector client, free of charge
UK based businesses can work with up to five students of a project lasting around 800 hours with typical costs of less than £1,000
In the final project of the MBA programme five students work with international clients on projects lasting up to 2000 hours, with typical costs from £14,000
MSc Business Analysis and Strategic Management (BASM)Our MSc Business Analysis and Strategic Management (BASM) replaces the traditional dissertation with a live project, meaning our students can apply the theory they have gained in the classroom to help organisations local to our campus in Manchester to respond to the challenges in their marketplace. The course attracts a young, international cohort, many of whom have previous work experience across sectors. MSc Projects
Recruitment – internships and permanent rolesAlliance Manchester Business School has one of the most internationally diverse student and alumni communities of any leading business school. We attract students from a wide range of geographies, professional backgrounds and industry sectors and enhance their skills and experience with world-class teaching. If you are interested in recruiting our graduates at any level please contact the Postgraduate Careers Service.
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