Welcome to the UCL School of Management

ucl-school-of-managementThe UCL School of Management focuses on theoretical and empirical analyses of managerial, organisational, and operational dynamics in innovation-intensive organisations.

Our research projects include topics such as technology management and commercialisation, innovation, creation and growth of technology-intensive organisations, and entrepreneurship. We apply theories and methods from, among others, organisational behaviour, strategic management, operations research and managerial economics. Our research is interdisciplinary in nature, and we collaborate intensely with other UCL departments, including life and biomedical sciences, biochemical engineering, psychology, statistics and economics. We are also heavily engaged with the end users of our research, in industry, consulting and finance.

We offer BSc and MSc degrees in management, technology entrepreneurship, and information management for business, as well as executive education courses in project management, and a PhD programme in Management Science and Innovation.



Information for Prospective Students

Please note that some of the undergraduate programmes in this department follow an Integrated Engineering Programme (IEP) Structure.  Find out more:

Programme Structure

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Head of Department:
Professor Bert de Reyck

UCL School of Management, University College London, Gower Street, London WC1E 6BT

Tel: +44 (0)20 3108 1001

Fax: +44 (0)20 3108 1009