Queen’s University Management School has been in existence for over thirty years, and was one of the first schools in the United Kingdom to offer undergraduate management education and the MBA degree.
With eighty academic staff and supported by twenty-two support staff, Queen’s University Management School has benefited from targeted investment from the University in a series of new academic appointments and the result is a vibrant mix of high quality young and established researchers and lecturers.
The predecessor of School of Economics and Business Administration (SEBA) is Chonqing university business school, which was established in 1937. As one of most famous business school in China, SEBA has one national key discipline and two Mobile post-doctoral stations (Business Administration and Management Science and Engineering).
The EMBA project of SEBA has been ranked top 10 in China; the MBA project has been ranked as 16th. Among the staffs of SEBA, one is funded by National Science Fund for Distinguished Young Scholars; one is selected as State Class Persons of National Talents Engineering of Ministry of Personnel of China; five staffs are supported by Program for New Century Excellent Talents in University.
The York Management School is one of the UK’s newest Management Schools. The school combines research excellence, embedded in the wider Social Sciences, with high standards in teaching, both at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels. The staffs are committed to advance knowledge using evidence-based research that critically informs intellectual and policy agendas at national and international levels. The York Management School’s multi-disciplinary approach establishes innovative links between areas of study within management (hitherto seen as separate and distinct) in response to the developing global business and policy agendas.