Undergraduate courses in Business and Management
Loughborough University's School of Business and Economics has a reputation amongst employers for producing graduates of outstanding academic excellence and enviable practical skills.
Consistently ranked as a Top-10 UK business school by national league tables, our graduates are highly employable and enjoy excellent starting salaries.
- Joint 3rd in the UK for graduate prospects in Business and Management Studies (Complete University Guide, 2017)
- 97% of our 2015 Business graduates who are employed are in professional/managerial roles, 6 months after graduating (DLHE 2015).
- The average salary for employed Business graduates from 2015 is £27,000, 6 months after graduating (DHLE 2015)
- Loughborough is one of the Top-15 universities most targeted by leading employers (The Graduate Market in 2016, High Fliers Research)
We also pride ourselves on offering an unforgettable student experience from the quality of teaching and facilities through to pastoral support. In the latest National Student Survey (2015), Loughborough is among the Top-5 UK universities for overall student satisfaction in Management Studies, and Top-10 for both Accounting and Finance.*
(Based on mean score, NSS 2015)
The School currently offers six complementary courses in Business and Management:
Our staff work closely with students to ensure the highest quality of teaching, which is supported by Degree Programme Directors, personal tutors for all students, small informal tutor groups, formal feedback systems and an effective staff-student liaison committee.
We offer a spacious, self-contained campus with extensive residential accommodation and outstanding sports facilities, as well as direct access to excellent teaching and learning facilities.
To find out about University Open Days, fee and funding information and to view a copy of the current prospectus visit the University's prospective students section.
The university also offers other combined honours courses in Management. To find out more please search for these on the university’s course directory.