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Newcastle Business School embraces the following traditional business discipline areas:

Accounting & Financial Management

The Accounting Unit of Newcastle Business School develops individuals to achieve their leadership, accounting and employability potential through professionally relevant, research engaged education.

The Accounting and Financial Management subject group undertakes practice relevant research in a range of applied subject areas, enabling us to interpret developments in what is a very fast changing subject field... read more about Accounting & Financial Management

Business Analysis Systems & Supply Chain Management

In today’s economic climate it is more essential than ever for organisations to ensure they are utilising the most up-to-date business processes, practices and technology to provide them with an edge over competitors.

The academic staff within this group can help organisations in a number of ways…

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Marketing Travel & Tourism Management 

Helping business and professionals boost performance by keeping one step ahead in the marketing game is an integral part of the Newcastle Business School ethos.

The Marketing, Travel and Tourism Management group (MTTM) has a track record of providing small-to-medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) as well as multinational companies with the latest strategic marketing know-how…

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Organisation & Human Resource Management 

People management and development continues to be a high priority for business no matter how big or small the organisation. People performance and organisational development is crucial to long-term survival, and increasingly business is turning to academic research expertise for solutions which directly impact on organisational performance.

As a Centre for Professional Excellence, our academic experts are responsive and flexible to organisational demands…

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Strategic Managment & International Business

Economic rationalisation, socio-cultural and technological change, sustainability and environmental pressures together with the rapid rise of new economic powers outside of the western hemisphere have focussed the attention of managers, academics and those involved in public policy on the areas of strategic management and international business in an unprecedented manner. Firms urgently need to transform their businesses and take a long-term strategic perspective to adequately adapt to the realities of an increasingly interconnected global business environment that invariably brings heightened levels of competition…

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Northumbria Research Link

NRL is an open access repository of Northumbria University’s research output. From here you can access all the research publications from the NBS as well as from the whole university.

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