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University of Manchester

Spend your semester at the University of Manchester, situated in the heart of the city and home to a vibrant and international student population.

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Program Overview

About the Alliance Manchester Business School

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The Alliance Manchester Business School is the business school of the University of Manchester in Manchester, England. It provides education to undergraduates, postgraduates and executives across the globe.The University of Manchester was created in October 2004 by bringing together The Victoria University of Manchester and UMIST, two of Britain's most distinguished universities, to create a powerful new force in British higher education. Twenty Nobel Prize winners have either studied or conducted some of their work here, including Ernest Rutherford who is known for his work on splitting the atom. The University of Manchester has about 25,600 students and is home to approximately 7,400 international students from 180 countries. There are 10,407 staff employed by the University of Manchester, including more than 4,500 academic and research staff to provide you with a stimulating learning environment and the highest standard of teaching. The University has teaching and research in more subjects than any other single-site British university. Situated in the heart of Manchester, the campus has a mixture of traditional Victorian buildings and more modern architecture that sit comfortably alongside each other creating an exciting and eclectic environment.

 

Term Dates

The University of Manchester offers IBEX opportunities in fall and spring semesters.

  • Fall semester: mid-September to early-January. Students can arrange to complete courses in late December.
  • Spring semester: late-January to early-June

Dates are approximate and may be subject to change.

 

Housing and Living Costs

  • Housing: on-campus housing is available but students attending for one semester will not be able to choose a specific hall or the type of accommodation, but can only indicate a preference between a Self-Catered (no meal plan) or a Catered Hall (meal plan compulsory).  Costs range from £102 – 132/week. 
  • Food: approximately £35 – 60/week.  
  • Books and course materials: approximately £180/semester.
  • Local transportation: approximately £11/week.
  • Personal expenses: approximately £175/week.

Note: £ = British Pounds

Find out more about IBEX tuition, housing, and other logistics.

 

Language of Instruction

English

 

Student Services

The student services available to exchange students include:

  • Career services
  • Sports facilities
  • Student clubs and associations
  • International Society

Academic Information

If you are accepted to IBEX, you will attend two individual advising meetings to plan and revise your schedule: one with NYU Stern Academic Advising and one with the NYU Stern International Programs team. As you build your academic schedule for your semester abroad, carefully review and consider the following course information.

 

IBEX Course Information

  • You may take a full semester of business classes while abroad on IBEX.
  • Leave room for at least two general electives in your schedule. This allows you to:
    • Take interesting, location-specific courses not offered at Stern, and
    • Have more flexibility during the course registration process.
  • Reference the IBEX Course Guide: What you can or cannot take.
    • You can take a maximum of two classes per concentration.
    • Accounting courses cannot be taken for credit toward the Accounting or CPA majors/concentrations.
    • All IBEX grades will transfer back to NYU Stern as Pass/Fail.

 

Previously Approved Courses

  • Listed below are courses that were taken previously by Stern IBEX students and have already been approved for a specific NYU equivalent.
  • There is no guarantee that the courses listed here will be offered during the specific semester you study abroad. It is important to be flexible. Have a Plan A and Plan B and the space to take some electives.
  • If a course is already listed below as approved, it does not need to be reviewed again, unless you want to see if it will count towards a new requirement.

 

Finding New Courses

  • You are not limited to only taking the courses listed on this page.
  • If you see a course on Manchester’s website that you would like to take, but is not listed below, you must submit the syllabus to Stern’s International Programs team for approval.
  • Once Manchester publishes its confirmed courses for the semester you will be attending, you can revise your list as needed based on what is being offered.

 

List of Approved Courses

List of Approved Courses

Course Title Abroad

NYU Credits

Course Equivalent at NYU

Semester Taken

EDUC10211 Sociology of Leisure

3

Texts and Ideas

Fall 2017

UCIL21331 Developing an Entrepreneurial Mindset 3 General Stern Elective Credit Fall 2021

BMAN24111 Principles of Taxation

3

General Stern Elective Credit

Fall 2020

BMAN24241 Creativity, Design, & Entrepreneurship

6

General Stern Elective Credit

Fall 2018

BMAN31681 Management in Practice

3

General Stern Elective Credit

Fall 2018

BMAN31911 Innovation and Markets

3

General Stern Elective Credit

Fall 2018

BMAN30611 Industrial Organization and Business Strategy

3

General Stern Elective Credit

Fall 2017

BMAN24521 Organisations and Employment

3

General Stern Elective Credit

Fall 2018

BMAN30071 Share Prices and Accounting Information

3

General Stern Elective Credit

Fall 2020

BMAN30131 Accountability and Auditing

3

General Stern Elective Credit

Fall 2018

UCIL21301 Communicating With Confidence

3

General Non-Stern Elective

Fall 2018

BMAN31420 Global Management, People & the Digital Divide

3

Advanced Global Business Elective

Fall 2015

BMAN31811 International Competitiveness & Innovation

3

Advanced Global Business Elective

Fall 2015

BMAN11000 Software Application Design and Development 6 Advanced Computing & Data Science Elective Fall 2021

BMAN31592 IT in Business Strategy

3

Computing & Data Science Elective

Fall 2016

BMAN20162 Business Intelligence & Big Data Analytics

3

Computing & Data Science Elective

Fall 2016

BMAN30461 The Economics of Sport

3

ECON-UB 211 Sports Economics

Fall 2013, Fall 2014, Fall 2017

BMAN30811/ BMAN 30111 Advanced Corporate Finance

3 or 6

FINC-UB 7 Corporate Finance

Fall 2013, Fall 2018

BMAN30821 Behavioural Finance

3

FINC-UB 29 Behavioral Finance

Fall 2013, Fall 2014

BMAN30841 Financial Derivatives

3

FINC-UB 43 Futures and Options

Fall 2015, Fall 2017

BMAN30891 International Finance

3

Advanced Finance Elective

Fall 2013, Fall 2015, Fall 2017

BMAN30431 International Marketing

3

MKTG-UB 64 Global Marketing Strategy

Fall 2017

BMAN20471 or BMAN20511 eBusiness & eMarketing

3

Advanced Marketing Elective

Fall 2014, Fall 2015

BMAN31461 Retail Marketing

3

Advanced Marketing Elective

Fall 2015

BMAN21011 Financial Institutions and Markets

3

MULT-UB 27 The Financial System

Fall 2013, Fall 2018

BMAN11101 Fundamentals of Information Systems 3 INFO-UB 1 Info Tech in Business and Society Fall 2021

BMAN30151 Advanced Business Information Systems

3

INFO-UB 1 Info Tech in Business and Society

Fall 2018

BMAN24281 Marketing Management 6 MKTG-UB 1 Introduction to Marketing Fall 2021

BMAN10101 Marketing Foundations

3

MKTG-UB 1 Introduction to Marketing

Fall 2018

BMAN20771 / BMAN 24291 Operations Management

3 or 6

OPMG–UB 1 Operations Management

Fall 2013, Fall 2015, Fall 2018

BMAN24261 Ethical Business

3

SOIM-UB 12 Professional Responsibility and Leadership (PRL) for 2 credits PLUS 1 Stern Elective credit

Fall 2018

UCOL20021 / UCIL 20031 Leadership in Action

3

SOIM-UB 12 Professional Responsibility and Leadership (PRL) for 2 credits PLUS 1 Stern Elective credit

Fall 2014, Fall 2015, Fall 2017