Dr David Jordan and Professor John Turner from Queen’s Management School have found that Northern Ireland is the poorest performing UK region for productivity, with a productivity gap of 17% to the UK level.
Northern Irish companies leading the way in the field of sustainable business practices will be recognised at the Business Eye Sustainability Awards 2023, sponsored by Queen’s Management School.
Queen’s Management School is offering three fully funded studentships for three years. These studentships are intended to support research into a substantive area of economic history.
We are happy to announce that QMS will participate again in the 2022 EFMD Global Fairs powered by Highered. These virtual fairs allow students to have real-time interaction with recruiters from leading companies and organisations.
Read the second report commissioned by the Northern Ireland Department for the Economy on geothermal energy, led by Professor Mark Palmer of Queen's Management School.
The Future of the UK Economy debate was a collaborative event between the Resolution Foundation and Queen's Management School, taking place at Riddel Hall on the 12th of September 2022.
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Dr Karl Matikonis at Queen's Management School is leading research into how the adoption of new technologies impacts on the people of Northern Ireland, including business productivity. Research begins in January 2023 and is funded by the ESRC.
The VAVA Awards took place on Friday 2nd September 2022 at the Europa Hotel, sponsored by Queen’s Management School and a variety of business organisations.
Queen's Management School is recruiting for five academic positions across the Accounting, Human Resource Management & Organisational Behaviour, and Information Technology, Analytics, & Operations Groups.
Dr Josue Ortega at Queen’s Management School is leading research aimed at improving the way in which pupils are assigned to post-primary schools in Northern Ireland and abroad.
Dr Sajia Ferdous at Queen’s Management School is leading research on gender in talent management in Northern Irish SMEs, exploring female employees’ lived experiences and seeking effective inclusive change.
In partnership with The Resolution Foundation, Queen's Management School is hosting 'The Future of the UK Economy' debate at 5pm in Riddel Hall on Monday 12th September 2022.
The Artificial Intelligence (AI), Business, and Human Rights Business Breakfast was a collaborative event between the Northern Ireland Business and Human Rights Forum and Queen's Management School, taking place at Riddel Hall on the 24th of June.
Dr Chris Colvin at Queen’s Management School hosted a workshop to foster dialogue between economists and social scientists conducting disciplinary research into the causes, anatomy and consequences of health emergencies, today and in the past.
In May 2022, Queen’s Management School was recognised for the second time by the Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME) for achieving “Excellence in Reporting” at the PRME Global Forum.
Queen's Management School celebrated the launch of the Help to Grow: Management Course in Northern Ireland on Thursday 23 June in Belfast, alongside Ulster University Business School.
Geothermal energy could be the “invisible key” to unlock new energy sources and help meet net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050, according to Queen’s University Belfast researchers.
Professor M. N. Ravishankar has been appointed by Queen’s University Belfast as the new Dean and Head of Queen’s Management School.
Dr Niall Cullinane at Queen's Management School is leading research into employment conditions in online retail warehouses in the UK, having recently secured over £700,000 from the Economic and Social Research Council for a joint research project.
Queen’s University Belfast and the Geological Survey of Northern Ireland are co-hosting a series of events during Northern Ireland’s inaugural Geothermal Energy Week from 13-17th June 2022.
Innovative research led by Professor Duncan McVicar investigating the links between air pollution and ill health in Northern Ireland has received renewed funding as part of an initiative to tackle issues of crucial public importance..
Queen’s Management School in Belfast is delighted to announce the Mark Pigott Lecture Theatre, endowed by a generous gift of £1 million in support of the new innovative facility at the Riddel Hall campus.
The inaugural Business Eye Family Business Awards took place on Thursday 19th May 2022 at the Culloden Estate and Spa, attended by Queen’s Management School and a variety of industry sponsors.
Queen’s Management School held an inaugural Research Day on Wednesday 13th April 2022, concluding with a prizegiving reception to celebrate research excellence across the School.
Dr Alan Hanna, Senior Lecturer at Queen’s Management School, has won the Outstanding Leadership Award at the 2022 Queen’s University Belfast Staff Excellence Awards.
Queen’s Management School was delighted to welcome Claire Brennan, Talent Partner at FinTrU back on campus to meet with the first FinTrU Women in Finance Scholarship recipient, in the FinTrU Trading Room.
Queen’s Management School, in partnership with Trinity College Dublin’s Department of Economics, has secured 3.8 million Euros in funding to establish the ground-breaking All-Ireland Centre of Excellence in Economics, History and Policy.
In Spring 2022, Queen’s Management School and the Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission launched the third cohort of the ‘Business and Human Rights Student Ambassador Programme’.
Pupils from Rainey Endowed School overcame tough competition from 15 other schools from across Northern Ireland to win the 2022 NI Schools Business Challenge.
Queen’s Management School has been awarded the Small Business Charter in recognition of its commitment to supporting student entrepreneurship, small businesses, and the local economy.
We are happy to announce that Queen’s Management School will once again take part in the EFMD Global Virtual Career’s Fairs by Highered, as part of an exclusive network of top schools across the globe.
The 2021 Mary McAleese Diversity Lecture entitled Women are Equal to Everything was given by Lady Brenda Hale, former President of the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom.
Queen’s Management School at Queen’s University has received accreditation from the Association of MBAs (AMBA), one of the world’s leading authorities on post-graduate business education.
The UK graduate job market is a competitive field with tens of thousands of former students jostling for a position on graduate programmes, internships, and entry level positions.
On 8th November 2021, Queen’s Management School will host an Eco Innovation and Job Creation Business Breakfast at Riddel Hall in collaboration with the Linen Quarter Business Improvement District (BID).
On 15th October 2021, Queen’s Management School launched a new sustainability-related challenge for schools in collaboration with the Linen Quarter Business Improvement District (BID)
We are happy to announce that Queen’s Management School will take part in the EFMD Global Virtual Career’s Fairs by Highered, as part of an exclusive network of top schools across the globe.
Queen’s Management School is delighted that Professor Patrick McCole has been appointed to the role of Interim Head of School from 1st September 2021.
School recognised as a leader in delivering public good in an influential new report by the Chartered Association of Business Schools (CABS).
QMS partnership collects key research prize from Centre for Community Finance Europe – looking closer at social value, or impact, reporting for credit unions.
Queen’s Management School has been awarded the prestigious and internationally recognised EQUIS accreditation for management and business schools.
Part of The Productivity Institute, the Forum is one of eight across the UK that will work to better understand and address regional issues of productivity and improve the UK’s overall performance.