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Manchester Metropolitan’s Gavin Brown spoke at a thought leadership event, held at the 21st Credit Suisse Salon in London, alongside global opinion leaders.
Industry Insight from CIMA President and Business School Alumnus Steve Swientozielskyj.
Our programme specialists will be touring China to give you the chance to learn more about studying a Global Online degree with Manchester Metropolitan.
Dr Leah Gillooly, Senior Lecturer in Sports Marketing, considers why many brands are taking a new approach to promotion in the World Cup #AnatomyofaWorldCup
Manchester Metropolitan is working in partnership with World Rugby to develop 21st century apparel.
Professor Jonathan Grix, programme lead for our Global Online MSc Sport Business, Management and Policy, explains in our latest #AnatomyofaWorldCup video.
We will be visiting the Persian Gulf throughout June and July, offering professionals the chance to learn more about Global Online degrees face-to-face.
Professor Marc Jones discusses the psychology of atmosphere in sports games. #AnatomyofaWorldCup
A new Global Online programme has launched at Manchester Metropolitan: an MSc in Food Science and Innovation.
A Manchester Metropolitan academic will be part of a research team that has received a grant from the Department of Health and Social Care to study causes of the gender pay gap in the medical profession.
Head of the Sports Policy Unit, Professor Jonathan Grix is programme lead for our online and on campus Sport Business, Management and Policy courses. We asked him to tell us more about the online programme and how it could help professionals boost their career.
Ajay Patel, Senior Lecturer in Food Law, discusses the commercialisation of ayurvedic foods in India and how authorities need to consider stronger action against those promoting their, scientifically unproven, health benefits.
Dr Sarah Parry, Clinical Psychologist and Senior Lecturer in Clinical and Counselling Psychology, explores the emotional impact of working in frontline services and how a change in working culture to support health and social care workers wellbeing is essential.
Evidence from academics within our Business School which calls for a programme of social development alongside economic will assist the development of a government strategy.
We speak to Anna Egan, joint programme lead for our MSc in Finance and Strategy, about what the programme means to her and what students can expect from the course.
Surveys have shown that working from home has made some workers happier and more productive.
Professor Jonathan Grix, Professor in Sport Policy and programme lead for our Global Online MSc in Sport Business, Management and Policy, will be giving a lecture on the Political Nature of Sport on Thursday 31 May.
Research carried out by the University has influenced the introduction of new regulations in Wales, supporting care workers to deliver high quality services.
Small employers are key to the economy. Yet, the challenges they face are as big as the those for their larger counterparts. In an article for HR Zone, Manchester Met's Professor Ben Lupton and colleagues explore the findings of a project aimed at supporting smaller organisations to build effect HR practice.
Could launching a cryptocurrency be the next big move for the social media giant? We asked Gavin Brown, Lecturer in Financial Economics, what he thinks.
With the Government introducing a new diploma to encourage the younger generation to enter careers in sport, we ask how we can support those already in the profession to develop.
Is online learning right for you? Here’s your chance to find out…
Join business owners for a day of seminars, workshops and speed-networking events in Manchester.
At Manchester Metropolitan, we believe MBAs continue to be one of the most valued qualifications in the business world - here’s why.
A new Sport Business, Management and Policy master’s degree, delivered 100% online, is now available at the University.
Jonathan Grix, programme lead for our MSc Sport Business, Management and Policy programmes, teamed up leading organisations to discuss the future of sport in the city.
Our Business School’s strong networks with employers have been recognised by the Educate North Awards.
We discuss why the recruitment and retention of social care workers is one of the biggest issues facing the sector today.
Can we blame poor line management for inequality at the highest levels of business? We discuss.