Records of the Glasgow School of Management

Archive Collection

Scope and Content

Minutes and papers of the Joint Committee; Financial records; Prospectuses

Administrative / Biographical History

The Glasgow School of Management was established in 1950 as a joint venture of the Royal Technical College and the Glasgow and West of Scotland Commercial College (later the Scottish College of Commerce). Joint courses in management had been offered from 1947, and links between the two institutions dated back to 1915 when the Royal College was first represented on the Board of Governors of the Commercial College. The Royal College Department of Industrial Administration was closely involved in running the management courses. The School of Management was administered by a Joint Committee of representatives of both Colleges, and this Joint Committee was abolished after the merger of the Colleges to form the University of Strathclyde.

Conditions Governing Access

Open

Note

Located in University Archives, McCance Building

Other Finding Aids

Typed list to item level

Archivist's Note

Archivist's note:Description prepared by Margaret Harrison, Jordanhill LibraryRules or Conventions:Description based on Scottish Archive Network guidelines, based on ISAD(G): General International Standard Archival Description, International Council on Archives (2nd edition, 2000). and Rules for the construction of personal, place and corporate names, National Council on Archives (1997)Date of descriptions:July 2007

Related Material

GB 249 OF/23 Department of Industrial Administration

GB 249 OH/2 Records of the Scottish College of Commerce