My full time MBA colleagues and I recently returned from a week in the Highlands of Scotland. Our destination was Glenmore Forest Park, a beautiful setting in the foothills of the Cairngorm Mountains – some of the highest, coldest and snowiest mountains in the UK.
In the case of Kamelia Bayat, (MSc IBEM, 2010), her dissertation findings culminated in the execution of the Johnny Walker Walk With Giants advertising campaign in Ethiopia.
I have finished my first class, Behavioural Finance, taught by a Finance Professor from London Business School. It was a very good class and that is saying something, as I’m not a finance person.
With fresh, local food and a bicycle, we’re making a healthy lunch more convenient than ever before!
I have finally arrived! I got here at 9pm on Saturday evening. About 4 hours later than expected but that seems to be how traveling goes. My first impression is that I’m really going to like it here.
Earlier this month staff and students from the Business School embarked on a Career Trek to Aberdeen, the operational heart of UK oil and gas, to hear insights from experts about the future of the industry and the diverse organisations operating within the sector.
When deciding to get my MBA at the University of Edinburgh I was very excited about the 16 month programme as it would allow me to study for a couple of months at an exchange school
Dr Tom Calvard, lecturer in Human Resource Management, discusses the benefits of being a professional member of the Division of Occupational Psychology (DOP)
The Business School recently celebrated International Women’s Day with a panel event showcasing successful women in entrepreneurship; and a lecture in collaboration with the Sustainable Business Initiative about Gender Diversity, Corporate Social Responsibility and Organisational Practices.