Queen Margaret Business School

A member of the Chartered Association of Business Schools, our approach to teaching and research in business related subjects is distinctive in three ways

(1) Our focus on providing the optimum balance of theoretical and practical approaches, with strong industry links.

(2) Our emphasis on the need for ethical, social and ecological responsibility in business.

(3) Our entrepreneurial focus. Our students benefit from the University’s Business Innovation Zone (which hosts start-ups) and on-campus Business Gateway, and many go on to create their own businesses. 

We offer a wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate business and management education programmes in business, accounting and finance, marketing, events, gastronomy, and hospitality and tourism management. Our offering includes online courses, options to study single modules, and a new Graduate Apprenticeship route.

We foster a global mindset in our students and staff, promoting international projects and exchanges and delivering our courses at centres across the world. 

Head of Division

Dr Majella Sweeney
Tel: 0131 474 0000

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“QMU’s teaching and research in business related subjects is distinctive in its emphasis on the need for ethical, social and ecological responsibility in the creation of sustainable value for stakeholders.”

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Equipping the next generation of entrepreneurs for success in Scotland’s food & drink sector

09 March 2021

Queer ideas and accessibility to the arts sees QMU women secure their place in entrepreneurial finals

Two impressive young women from QMU have fought off stiff competition to secure their place in the f read more

05 March 2021

Family businesses need policy support to fulfil vital role in Scotland’s post-COVID recovery

Policy support and education will be essential to help Scotland’s family businesses navigate the rap read more

03 February 2021 More News

'I will be forever grateful for this experience'

Queen Margaret University (QMU) student, Jared Baker, was given the opportunity to study a semester read more

23 October 2019

Family business innovation

Today, family firms represent from 80 up to 98 per cent of all companies globally and reach between read more

13 March 2018