Building and Facilities

The University of Liverpool Management School has invested in the learning and teaching of students with state-of-the-art facilities.

The Management School Extension

Opened in September 2016, the new Management School Grove building incorporates facilities which enable a variety of different teaching styles in a modern environment.

Teaching spaces include:

  • two large lecture theatres
  • state-of-the-art Bloomberg Suite resembling a professional trading floor
  • exclusive SAP suite with computer access
  • flexible teaching rooms and computer suites
  • breakout area for group work and discussion

Sustainability

Whilst focussing on the student experience and teaching environments as its primary function, the design and construction process of the build of the Management School’s new extension intends to minimise the impact on both the environment and community with the aim of achieving a high standard national rating through BREEAM in line with University policy. 

ULMS Sustainabilty Case Study


The Chatham Building (ULMS)

The University of Liverpool Management School opened in 2002.


The iconic Chatham Building, where the Management School is based, has a long and varied history dating back to the 1860s when it was used as a Welsh Methodist chapel. 

Read more about the history of the Management School →


The Brett Suite (for MBA Students)

We opened our dedicated MBA Suite in September 2014. A dedicated space for the teaching of MBA students, its facilities include state-of-the-art audio visual equipment, a lecture theatre, break-out spaces, careers interview rooms, exhibition spaces and social zones.

 

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