About the College

 The College consists of the following four schools:

Birmingham Business School

Professor Edgar Meyer
Dean of Birmingham Business School
 to Head of Business School: Janet Eboh-Sampson
(Janet Eboh-Sampson@bham.ac.uk)

Keith Portman
Director of Business School Operations
Tel: 0121 4144662
Email: k.portman@bham.ac.uk
Natalia Bateson (n.bateson@bham.ac.uk)
Janet Eboh-Sampson (j.ebohsampson@bham.ac.uk)

Kerry Reidy
Head of Operations, Birmingham Business School
Email: k.reidy@bham.ac.uk

Find out more here.

School of Education

Professor Karen Guldberg
Head of School of Education
 to Head of School of Education: Louisa Whitehouse

Manjit Jutlla
Head of Operations , School of Education
Tel: 0121 414 3465
Email: m.k.jutlla@bham.ac.uk  

Find out more here.

School of Government

Professor René Lindstädt
Head of School of Government
 to Head of School of Government: Dee Pettifer
(govsocpahos@contacts.bham.ac.uk; Tel: +44 0121 414 8227)

Julie McLynn
Head of Operations, School of Government
Tel: 0121 414 7638
Email: j.mclynn@bham.ac.uk

Find out more here.

School of Social Policy

Professor Nicola Gale
Head of School of Social Policy
 to Head of School of Social Policy: Jennifer Perkins

Sue Davies
Head of Operations, School of Social Policy

Email: s.davies.6@bham.ac.uk

Find out more here.

The College provides:

  • Access to research partnerships, expertise and research capacity, generating considerable research investment and ensuring all our activities are relevant to the current world of practice
  • A diverse range of successful taught undergraduate and postgraduate courses
  • A range of postgraduate research and doctoral opportunities
  • Knowledge transfer into business, government, and society
  • Continuing professional and management development programmes

Our Schools are encouraged to work in an interdisciplinary nature and have been proactive in initiating numerous cross-School and University wide projects on a range of cutting edge research areas. Our annual income is in the region of £80m per annum.

Our culture is based on our shared values which we seek to embody throughout the organisation. Our new framework encompasses key values and behaviours, with guidance on what's expected of our staff and how staff can go above and beyond.

College Assembly provides a termly opportunity for all staff to learn about significant School, College and University changes or news.

Find out more about the College of Social Sciences.


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