In Semester 2, the University of Edinburgh Business School (UEBS) treated their postgraduate students to a Company Trek to London. It was both an entertaining and valuable journey where we had the opportunity to visit finance companies in the world’s largest financial centre. Who knows, we might actually be working there one day in the future! During the Trek, we attended networking activities with company representatives and got to see inside their impressive buildings.
What are the opportunities and challenges facing women in business? Our Women in Business panel shared insights from their experience in some of the top financial firms in Edinburgh.
I was one of the few luckiest graduates to get through the selection process for joining the Dublin business engagement trek. We visited 5 World renowned companies, the prestigious Trinity College Dublin and met our alumni working in corporate world of Dublin.
The London Stock Exchange’s (LSE) opening call auction may need to be rethought after research finds it regularly fails to set efficient prices for more than 80% of FTSE 100.
Mario Draghi’s €60 billion a month ‘shot in the arm’ should work, but it will take time to take effect and may not have as much impact as the ECB hopes, says University of Edinburgh Business School’s Professor Jonathan Crook.
University of Edinburgh Business School has been ranked 16th in the UK and second in Scotland according to the Power Index, which measures the quality and breadth of research, in the Research Excellence Framework (REF) assessment.
Scottish workers think their bosses are courageous, according to a new study from University of Edinburgh Business School.
As the Smith Commission unveils its cross-party deal for further Scottish devolution, Professor Brad Mackay, Chair in Strategic Management at University of Edinburgh Business School, suggests lessons can be learned from Québec.
Men tend to be significantly more optimistic than women, according to new research from University of Edinburgh Business School.
A University of Edinburgh Business School academic has warned the Scottish Government’s replacement for stamp duty could be seriously detrimental to Scotland’s housing market.