Centre for Information Management
The School of Business and Economics of Loughborough University is one of the most renown business schools in the UK and has triple-accreditation of the MBA programme via AACSB, EQUIS and AMBA.
The Centre for Information Management (CIM) is located within the School of Business and Economics as one of its key research hubs. CIM is concerned with the application and implications of modern IT, through digitization, the digital economy and through the development of the theory base of Information Systems. Situated very close to East Midlands Airport (13km), Loughborough University is 182 km north of London. The campus is the largest in the UK in terms of its size, and the student population of the university is close to 20,000. The origins of the institution are in 1909 when the Loughborough Technical Institute was founded, but it was in 1966 that a university charter was granted. Since then, Loughborough University has risen in stature and is today regarded as one of the UK’s top ten universities. Since 2015, Loughborough University has a second campus at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London.Loughborough University is ERCIS member since 2018.
eGovernment; Cybernetics; Enterprise Systems; Social Media; Artificial Intelligence; Robotics and Intelligent Automation; Benefits Realisation Management; Knowledge Management