As part of a major master plan to consolidate seven campuses to two, MMU Business School relocated to its brand new building in autumn 2012.
As well as being a stunning addition to Manchester’s contemporary cityscape, the Business School has strong environmental credentials. Designed by award-winning sustainable architects Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios, it has been constructed to the highest standards of energy efficiency and sustainable development currently achievable.
Our commitment to environmental sustainability is underpinned by the building being considered for the certification of 'Excellent' under the BREEAM environmental assessment scheme.
Key features include:
Since opening, the Business School has attracted significant recognition for its green credentials. These include:
Prime Minister's Award for Better Public Buildings
British Construction Industry Awards 2013
RIBA Outstanding examples of Architecture in the North West
Royal Institute of British Architects National Awards 2013
Sustainability Award Winner
The Concrete Society Awards 2012
The Concrete Society's coveted Awards for Excellence in Concrete
Finalist - The National Placements and Internship Awards 2012
MMU Business School Placement Team
UK’s Greenest University 2013
People & Planet 2013
Best Student Experience Award 2013
The Guardian University Awards
With over 5,000 students and more than 200 staff under its roof, the Business School is immensely proud of the achievements that demonstrate early career development and excellence in teaching and learning. Some of our most recent accolades that celebrate both our students and staff include:
Best student society in the UK
MMU finance, accounting and economics society PQ Magazine Awards 2014
National Young Innovators Start-Up Award 2013
Matthew Wright, Business Enterprise Student, for his company Gamespace