The new BA in Global Popular Music, launched at SOAS, University of London, offers a unique programme that allows students to focus on popular and contemporary music styles and cultures in global perspective. The degree includes generic courses, which develop students’ understanding of theoretical approaches to the study of popular music; practical skills courses in...
Now in its twelfth year, the Department of Music at SOAS is pleased to announce the programme of courses for its World Music Summer School 2014. Classes run from 16 June until 8 July, and feature a range of worldwide musical traditions, which is unique, varied and truly multicultural. If you are passionate about music...
Professor John Wilson, the Director of Newcastle University Business School (UK), introduces a blog which will offer new perspectives on topical issues in management, economics, and innovation. What does the term management mean to you? We live in a world of uncertainty and with this we have witnessed some huge failures of management, namely, failure...
The Tasmanian School of Business and Economics, previously known as the Faculty of Business at the University of Tasmania, is becoming one of Australia’s top business schools. Providing world-class teaching, learning and research, it offers flexible undergraduate and postgraduate degrees, preparing its students for the workplace with exclusive internship opportunities. The Tasmanian School of Business...
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, was founded in 1766, and is one of the oldest institutions of higher education in the U.S., and a member of the prestigious Association of American Universities (AAU). More than 115 nationalities are represented on four campuses, and the university is consistently ranked among the most diverse universities in the U.S.,...
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