12.06.17

Where has your Management degree taken you? #SUMSinspire

20.04.17

Management School secures triple crown with AACSB accreditation

Sheffield University Management School has been awarded another five years of accreditation from the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB).

01.02.17

Volunteers for 'Achieve More' - an interactive module for our students

31.10.16

Engage with our students: host a Masters level student project

Student projects are research dissertation projects carried out by Masters students, with you as the host organisation and guided by us. Projects could examine people, finance, operations, marketing and management.

23.09.16

Fantastic employability data for SUMS

New figures released by the Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education (DLHE) survey reflect the Management School’s commitment to building the employability of its undergraduates.

23.09.16

Do you remember the drought of 1976?

Memories of the historic dry summer could influence SUMS research

10.06.16

Making the sustainable choice: embedding Life Cycle Analysis in supply chain

Embedding Life Cycle Analysis (LCA) in the materials and manufacturing supply chain to achieve resource efficiency and sustainability.

09.06.16

Environmental credentials grow at SUMS

12.05.16

Business Management students’ expertise to help local charity

The ‘Management Project’ module provides students the opportunity to tackle real business issues, such as Bens Centre (a Sheffield based charity) looking to increase awareness and donations.

17.03.16

University of Sheffield's Students' Union best in the UK

10.03.16

SUMS appoints Nestle vice president as visiting professor

Newly appointed visiting professor at the Management School and international supply chain expert, Chris Tyas, will present his annual lecture on 9 May.

09.03.16

Leading accounting Professor honoured

Fourty-two leading social scientists have been conferred as Fellows of the Academy of Social Sciences, including Management School Chair in Accounting and Finance Professor Josephine Maltby.