From being a dirty word in the past, entrepreneurship is increasingly being celebrated and encouraged – as it should be. Richard Branson, entrepreneur and founder of Virgin Group With average starting salaries in excess of $50,000 and flourishing employment prospects, business students can afford to be confident about their prospects following graduation. Opportunities are plentiful...
The professional opportunities created for graduates of business studies extend far beyond the obvious careers in banking and accountancy. Increasingly, as western economies begin their recovery, entrepreneurs and investors look at other forms of business and alternatives to the profit-driven companies that led to the crisis in the first place. Social enterprises contribute to the...
The Business School at Nottingham Trent University is internationally known as one of the UK’s top business schools. The postgraduate courses it offers focus on education and research in business, management and economics. The School works with more than 900 companies, and public and third sector organisations, and provides them with graduate and leadership talent....
I feel empowered to take sustainability to the corporate world and much more confident in partaking in debates about policy, firm strategy and the importance of a sustainable business model – both environmentally and economically. Rajiv Basaiawmoit, graduate. The School of Business and Social Sciences (BSS) at Aarhus University holds the distinguished AACSB and EQUIS...
After a long winter of recession, economists are predicting a recovery and things are finally looking up in western economies. Businesses and consumers are growing more confident, tax rises and spending cuts have slowed down. According to Rob Wood, chief UK economist at Berenberg, even the political troubles in Ukraine and the emerging market wobbles...
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