Equip yourself with the skills you need for success

Sheffield University Management School is a great place to kick-start your career.

By studying for a Masters degree here you will explore a specific area that interests you and gives you the vocational skills which employers want – or which enables you to pursue further doctoral study if you wish.

You’ll study alongside students from over 100 different countries and enjoy the UK’s best student experience (Times Higher Education Survey January 2014). The school was placed in the top 20 UK Business Schools for its ground-breaking research (REF2014) and our programmes combine the best new ideas in business theory with the practical workplace skills you need for a successful future. Our well-developed links with businesses, new facilities and dedicated Employability Hub complement Sheffield University Management School’s academic offer, making our graduates some of the world’s most desirable to recruiters.

Read more about how our Masters students benefit from studying at Sheffield University Management School on the Why Sheffield page.

MSc Accounting, Governance and Financial Management
MSc Creative and Cultural Industries Management
MSc Finance and Accounting
MSc Global Marketing Management
MSc Human Resource Management with CIPD Pathway
MSc Human Resource Management
MSc Information Systems Management
MSc International Management
MSc International Management and Marketing
MSc Logistics and Supply Chain Management
MSc Management
MSc Management (International Business)
MSc Marketing Management Practice
MSc Occupational Psychology
MSc Work Psychology

For information on the Sheffield MBA, visit its dedicated pages here.

You can view course regulations here.

Please note that due to the popularity of our postgraduate courses and the high demand for places, transfers to other options will not be possible once you arrive in Sheffield. Please therefore ensure you have researched degree course options carefully and that you apply for the course which best meets your study and future career needs.