Last year, Marie Aldebert, from France, graduated from the Business School, adding a Masters in Management to her academic achievements.
We caught up with her to find out more about her year at the school, the best thing about living in the UK, and what surprised her most about the Business School experience.
This year, the first ever practitioner-orientated conference was organised for the Masters in Banking and Risk programme at the school, and I was extremely fortunate to be part of it.
This year we welcomed our first class of MSc Entrepreneurship and Innovation (E&I) students to the Business School. Under the guidance of Programme Director, Dr Raluca Bunduchi, these students will be the pioneers of this new programme, paving the way for future cohorts. Let’s find out what they have been up to in their first semester.
In September 2014, 69 people from around 21 countries made their way to the capital of Scotland to become the new student body for the Master in Marketing and Marketing and Business Analysis. No matter if from the other side of the globe or from the faculty next door, everyone has brought his or her unique experiences, which has very much enriched this programme.
the fabulous Careers Boot Camp, 2015, delivered by the School’s in-house Student Development Team wan an exceptional workshop that has changed the way we’re approaching the job search and recruitment market.
We’re into the last month of Semester 1 already! As winter creeps across Edinburgh and the temperature drops another couple of degrees, here’s a small insight into what our students are up to in December – and what you could be doing at this time next year.
I’m just back from the Middle East where I’ve been chatting with prospective postgraduate students – and I was delighted to share with them details of our new MSc International Human Resource Management. It’s proving a popular choice already! Read on to find out more about the programme.
From meeting one of the most enjoyable, diverse and knowledgeable group of classmates and experiencing all that the Business School has to offer, to living in one of the most beautiful & friendly cities in the world. Here’s my insight into the MSc HRM and why it was the right programme for me.
Not all learning has to happen in the classroom. These days it seems the alternatives are endless between online courses, guest speakers, conferences or documentaries. But nothing quite beats the idea of an old-fashioned field trip to a FTSE 100 organisation located in the Scottish countryside.
To be honest, I never thought I would take a Masters degree. I never considered myself to be brilliant academically. Thus when I enrolled on the Msc Carbon Finance programme I expected my mind to be blown, and not in the good way. Nevertheless, here I am, sitting on my couch, recalling the awesome events of the past 4 months with fondness.