School of Business and Economics

Are you joining the #LboroFamily this autumn?

In the latest edition of The Economist, a new ranking shows studying Business at Loughborough increases average graduate salaries by more than £7,000

New School magazine out now!

The summer issue of Inspire magazine is now available - with a focus on health and wellbeing.

Why the media are wrong about Brexit

Professor Alistair Milne discusses why Brexit should be compared to moving house

The School of Business and Economics

Is an established international player in research and teaching across business, management, finance, information management and economics.

Gain the competitive edge

by doing a professional placement in the 3rd year of your BSc

Are you joining the #LboroFamily this autumn?

In the latest edition of The Economist, a new ranking shows studying Business at Loughborough increases average graduate salaries by more than £7,000

New School magazine out now!

The summer issue of Inspire magazine is now available - with a focus on health and wellbeing.

Why the media are wrong about Brexit

Professor Alistair Milne discusses why Brexit should be compared to moving house

The School of Business and Economics

Is an established international player in research and teaching across business, management, finance, information management and economics.

Gain the competitive edge

by doing a professional placement in the 3rd year of your BSc

Tim Ive, BSc Information Management and Business student

Student profile

Tim Ive

BSc Information Management and Business finalist
Choosing Loughborough is the best decision I’ve made to date. It’s extremely sociable, great for sport and has excellent facilities for studying. I’ve developed incredibly as a person and I’m ready to tackle the world.

13th

for Research power (REF 2014)

Top1%

To be triple accredited (AACSB, EQUIS, AMBA)

5*

Rating (QS stars)

top5

In the UK (Guardian League Table 2017)