Manchester Business School - MBS

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DEFINITION of 'Manchester Business School - MBS'

The business school at the University of Manchester in Manchester, England. The Manchester Business School offers top-level MBA and doctoral programs. The school's doctoral programs have historically been ranked above other prestigious institutions such as the Wharton School of Business and MIT. The school also offers an international exchange program.

INVESTOPEDIA EXPLAINS 'Manchester Business School - MBS'

The Manchester Business School was founded in 1918 as the Department of Industrial Administration. A new version of the school was reinstituted in 2004. This institution is a combination of the old business school, Victoria University of Manchester's school of accounting and finance, the Manchester School of Management and the Institute of Innovation Research.

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