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A leading Business School - Leadership for a better world

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The University of Exeter Business School believes in leadership for a better world. This ethos is infused in everything we do, as we teach our students how to use sustainable and responsible business principles to become successful leaders. Our triple accreditation status demonstrates our assurance to providing high standards of quality and an outstanding educational experience, helping our students to stand out in a competitive global environment.

We partner with excellent business schools throughout the world and have a growing network of teaching, research, professional and student exchange links. Our research is focused around three important themes: Environmental Sustainability, Technological Transformation and Responsible Leadership.


Latest news from the University of Exeter Business School

The Exeter MBA achieves UK top 5 in The Economist’s Which MBA? 2022 rankings

The University of Exeter Business School’s MBA programme has been named the UK’s 5th best full-time MBA in The Economist’s Which MBA? 2022 rankings.

Exeter alumni celebrate winning volunteer awards

Two Exeter alumni have won volunteer awards for their efforts supporting students and alumni.

Business School celebrates success at SU and Teaching Awards

A student society that aims to empower women in their career goals and help them gain more confidence won a top prize at the SU Awards last month.  

Top 10 place for University of Exeter Business School in FT Master’s in Finance 2022 rankings

The University of Exeter Business School has secured a place in the UK’s top 10 business schools in the Financial Times Master’s in Finance 2022 rankings, with its score for student satisfaction fifth best globally. 

Combined carbon and health taxes on food products could significantly contribute to net-zero targets and improve the quality of diets, study shows

Combined carbon and health taxes on food products could significantly contribute to net-zero targets, while improving the quality of diets, a major new study shows.

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Upcoming Events

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22 June 2022 13:30

DIGIT LAB - How Do Industries Change: Mapping Digital Transformation

Professor Neff’s award-winning research allows her to map technological transformation through three mechanisms: futuring, negotiating shared practices, and rewriting institutions. Gina’s perspective brings agency and work back to stories of disruption. Full details
23 June 2022 11:00

The paradox of agile teams: What makes them really successful?

Virtual "Lunch and Learn" Session for MBA students and alumni of the University of Exeter Business School and the TUM School of Management (20min input, 20min groupwork, 20min discussion). Full details

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