University of Winchester Business School
We have an enviable reputation in the teaching of business programmes where our mission is to develop responsible business leaders.View content
We have an enviable reputation in the teaching of business-related programmes where our mission is to develop responsible future business leaders. We are a forward-thinking business school committed to providing a distinctive and relevant education for our undergraduate and postgraduate students that has the values of sustainability at its core. We are a full member of the Chartered Association of Business Schools.
The University of Winchester Business School is proud to have been an early adopter in 2008 of the United Nations-backed Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME). These Principles are inspired by internationally accepted values that seek to establish a process of continuous improvement among institutions of management education in order to develop a new generation of business leaders capable of managing the complex challenges faced by business and society in the 21st century.
PRME has played a central role in shaping, from its formation, the Business School’s strategy which aligns with the University's 2020-2030 Strategic Vision that specifically supports the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Members of the University of Winchester Business School have played a key role in the development of PRME globally and locally with the Regional PRME Chapter. In January 2016, Winchester became a Global PRME Champion for 2016/17, was reappointed in 2018 for 2018/19 and again in 2020/21.
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The University of Winchester Business School has been awarded the Small Business Charter Award in recognition of its support for small businesses, student entrepreneurship, and its commitment to the local economy.
Courses are led by a diverse and inspired team of educators and researchers whose international experience, backgrounds and rich research skills make for a thorough and rewarding student experience. We are committed to providing a transformative educational experience for all our students.
We have an excellent track record of education, employability and enrichment in partnership with the business community. Many of our degrees have a period of employment built into the structure of the programme and this is regarded as an integral part of your learning. It’s an opportunity for you to apply your knowledge and skills in an industrial setting while experiencing the atmosphere and pace of the work place. This will ultimately help you to develop confidence and define your future career goals. Find out more about our collaborative partnerships.
The University of Winchester Business School is a provider of the Help to Grow: Management programme, a UK government initiative to help small and medium sized businesses boost their business performance and growth potential. Find out more information on the programme page.
Studying within the University of Winchester Business School encourages positive and critical attitudes towards change and enterprise, reflecting the dynamism of the business environment and societal needs. Our undergraduate and postgraduate courses are an excellent preparation for starting and developing a career in business-related areas and management in the private, public and not-for-profit sectors. They will also develop your lifelong learning skills ensuring you are prepared and adaptable for the changing working environment of the future. The education you receive will give you the skills that employers require enabling you to contribute to the organisation where you work and to become a successful alumni of the Business School.
To find out more about the different departments within the University of Winchester Business School, explore the dedicated department links below.
Meet the team
Business School Director
Heads of Department
- Responsible Management and Leadership: Dr Malgorzata Radomska
- Marketing: Dr John Richardson
- Law, Economics, Accounting and Finance: Dr Sabine Bohnacker-Bruce