Cranfield University is one of 24 institutions to receive early-stage funding from UK Research and Innovation’s (UKRI) Strength in Places Fund.
The first students on a new Master’s degree in management and leadership have commenced their studies at Cranfield School of Management
New report shows companies fear over-dependence on suppliers and sourcing from high-risk countries
Professor Richard Wilding OBE, has warned UK manufacturers of the risks to the extended supply chain caused by stockpiling raw materials ahead of Brexit.
Professor Emel Aktas and Dr Heather Skipworth comment on warnings of of a 'surge' in demand for, and a shortage of, common medicines.
Professor Lynette Ryals, Director of Cranfield School of Management and Programme Director for MK:U, has been awarded an OBE
Cranfield MBA and Finance and Management MSc recognised in the Times Higher Education/Wall Street Journal rankings
New Master's in Management and Leadership can be funded through the Apprenticeship Levy
Currency fluctuations may be being exploited by companies seeking to save money, report finds
A new bursary will open doors for employees working within charities and not-for-profit organisations to allow them to gain a world-class management education qualification.
Cranfield School of Management’s Executive MBA (EMBA) has today been named the eighth best in the world for career progression by the Financial Times.
Professor David Denyer has been given a fellowship from the British Academy of Management
Cranfield School of Management’s Strategic Marketing MSc has been named the fourth in the world for preparing students for the workplace in the QS World University Rankings: Masters in Marketing 2019
Employers can use the levy to pay for their employees to study on Cranfield's part-time Master’s degree in Logistics and Supply Chain Management
Professor Sue Vinnicombe CBE has been named among the 30 most influential thinkers in HR