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University of York Management School

Research-led teaching, based on influential scholarship, international profile and strong links with external organisations.

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Undergraduate courses

Gain skills for careers in management, marketing, accountancy and finance.

Masters courses

Study at an advanced level to hone your specialist knowledge.

PhD in Management

Pursue your own research to build our understanding of business and management.

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Get the inside view on life at York Management School from our students.

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Our new home

A fantastic new facility for York Management School opened to students in 2021. 

As well as modern teaching spaces there is also a large high quality café available for students and staff to enjoy some well-deserved down time.

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Finance at York

The study of finance at York is both interdisciplinary in nature and focuses on delivering public good. Our work covers actuarial science, accounting, econometrics, operations research, and more. With over thirty academics working in this field, our research expertise is split across three academic departments: the University of York Management School, the Department of Economics and Related Studies, and the Department of Mathematics.

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Our research

We place a strong emphasis on interdisciplinary research. Our staff regularly publish in internationally leading academic journals in business and management and related disciplines.

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Featured projects


A £3.3m, four-year project to improve the resilience of our food systems to shocks from climate change and market shifts.

NHS LGBT networks

Aiming to create more inclusive workplaces through a better understanding of the ways in which LGBT networks operate.

World Cup 1966

A pioneering management history of the 1966 FIFA World Cup, investigating the impact of the tournament on economic development.



We hold a Bronze Athena SWAN Award

"Receiving an award means a huge amount of analysis and self-reflection has taken place in these departments to understand where they can make changes to tackle the everyday barriers that still exist in the pursuit of true gender equality."

Professor Kiran Trehan, Pro-Vice Chancellor for Partnerships and Engagement, and Chair of the Athena SWAN Steering Group.

Read more about the Athena SWAN Charter and our Bronze award submission and action plan.