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The ESMT European School of Management and Technology has entered the Financial Times MBA 2014 ranking of the top 100 full-time global MBA programs at 89th.
Uni Wars – Battle of Bristol is the first event organised by The Student Company.
The University of Nottingham was targeted by the largest number of top employers in the UK in 2013-14; Cambridge University was the third most-targeted, and Oxford fourth.
The world’s first International Max-Planck Partnership has been launched by five Scottish universities.
Glion Institute of Higher Education offers an internationally accredited 100% online Hospitality MBA, delivered by an international faculty of industry experts.
The UCAS 2013 End of Cycle Report paints a picture of increased recruitment at the UK’s universities and colleges following a dip in 2012.
SKEMA Business School is to expand its portfolio of programmes by opening the first Doctorate of Business Administration (DBA) in Project and Programme Management.
The University of Law announces its new ‘Law First’ scholarship scheme which will provide 74 awards worth a total of £300,000 to the most academically gifted students.
Glion Institute of Higher Education has been ranked among the top three best hospitality schools for preparing students for an international career in hospitality management.
A new course at UWE Bristol aimed at producing graduates with degrees plus experience of running their own businesses has just welcomed its first cohort of 37 students.
IMD, a top-ranked business school and worldwide expert in executive education, has announced the expansion of its activities and the opening of its offices in Singapore.
University of Leicester will become the first top 20 university to launch a major paid internship programme to campus-based home or EU student undergraduates.
The University of East Anglia has announced its next open, online course (commonly known as MOOCs), which aims to prepare students with the skills they need for university.
November 30, 2013 is the final deadline to apply for the scholarships to the EMScom Executive Master of Science in Communications Management
Met Film School has revamped its postgraduate offering allowing students to develop specialist skills and gain a better understanding of how to work within the filmmaking team.
Grenoble Ecole de Management is to open a new campus in Paris. Programs include its MSc in Fashion, Design, and Luxury Management and its Master in International Business program.
The University of Southampton launches its first Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs), which will enable anyone to study online, for free, wherever they are in the world.
Rouen Business School and Reims Management School have announced the name of the school created by their merger: NEOMA Business School.
The University of Sheffield (UK) has been shortlisted for national awards for Enterprise and Leadership Development.
A group of 36 Nigerian students are spending a few days in Bristol to find out more about studying at the University of the West of England.
The School of Artisan Food in Nottinghamshire, UK is urging young people to consider a career in artisan food production as an alternative to modern day cookery skills.
ESMT European School of Management and Technology in Berlin will launch an international Master’s in Management program.
Students who are considering whether to take the next steps to achieve their legal career ambitions can get help to decide at open days being held by The University of Law.
UK research shows that there is real interest in accelerated two-year degree courses among all age groups polled, with interest highest among mature students.
ELS Educational Services, a leading provider of English language instruction for international students, has opened its first European centre at SKEMA Business School.
The University of Bath is running a new free summer school for young people with a diagnosis of Autistic Spectrum Disorder who are thinking of going to university.
Business executives attending a radical new course at Essex Business School have described the event as “compelling” and “inspiring” with one adding it has saved her business £50,000.
Only three MBA programmes in Finland have been awarded the AMBA accreditation, of which Hanken was the second one with its first accreditation in 2008.
The University of Law’s National Law Fair 2013 will take place on Wednesday, June 26 at its London Moorgate Centre in London.
Grenoble Ecole de Management, Vlerick Business School & ESCP-Europe are joining forces to deliver a multi-campus Global Reward Management executive education program.
Students at the University of Essex have taken their lectures to a whole new level – 18 metres under the sea in remote Indonesia to be precise.
A pioneering initiative at the University of Sheffield is paving the way to ensure all patients'' voices are heard.
Rouen Business School and Reims Management School have announced the merger of the two schools into a single entity.
The University of Salford has signed an agreement to support research, course development and student exchanges with RICS School of the Built Environment, Amity University in India.
Make a date in your diary to visit the Bilingual People Language Recruitment Fair in London on the 27th April.
A new postgraduate science degree is aiming to boost the next generation of drug discovery, from ‘concept to clinic.’
Ashridge Business School and China Value have partnered to launch a new degree programme to develop the skills of Chinese executives and entrepreneurs.
The University of Westminster has launched a new Centre for Social Media Research (CSMR) and a new Masters degree in Social Media.
IMD, a top-ranked global business school based in Switzerland, has announced plans to launch five new open-enrollment programs in 2013.
Rouen Business School launches a full-time program taught in English specifically for the tourism industry.
Reims Management School and the Politecnico di Milano have combined their expertise to create a new master in luxury management.
Glion Institute of Higher Education, one of the world’s top three institutions of higher education for an international career in hospitality management, will open its first branch campus in London.
In 2012/13, students studying at universities in Britain collectively owed almost £20bn, with the vast bulk of the debt being owed to the state-owned Student Loans Company.
A new university ranking, set up with funding from the European Union, is being publicly launched under the Irish EU Presidency in Dublin.
French education group INSEEC has added ESC Chambéry, located in Savoie in the heart of the Alps, to its roster of business schools.
Telecom Business School in France has a renowned expertise in information technologies. Gilbert Réveillon, Associate Professor of Entrepreneurship, shares his views on education, social media and management
UK/China GradLink is the latest initiative from UWE Bristol set to help the 75,000 Chinese students in the UK access graduate job opportunities in China.
The University of Westminster’s Tourism and Planning BA Honours and Tourism Management MA courses have been formally recognised by the Tourism Management Institute.
Recent developments in course provision and technology, alongside increasing youth unemployment, are challenging the current system of diplomas and degrees.
The International University of Monaco launches Masters in Digital Marketing program to respond to changes in the job market.
Responding to calls directly from industry, Rouen Business School has created a new Masters degree dedicated entirely to management in the arts field.
A new form of collaboration between Karolinska Institutet, Sweden, and Stellenbosch University in South Africa makes it possible for students to win a double doctoral degree (PhD) awarded by both institutions.
Online tuition has a proven track record of being an excellent way to learn new subjects. Find out about flexible options for your first TEFL (teaching English as a foreign language) job.
With 27 nationalities represented and an average age of 33, the EDHEC Global MBA is ranked number one worldwide for the diversity of its student body
The cost of higher education for students varies dramatically in Europe, according to a new report issued by the European Commission.
Ashridge Business School is set to launch the UK’s first course on Business Model Innovation - designed to help managers create new businesses & transform existing businesses.
Eventcourse is launching the first Chartered Institute of Marketing accredited courses, for students looking to get a strong foothold within the competitive field of event management.
Essex Business School is offering its part-time MBA course again this Autumn following its successful launch last year.
A student who was advised by doctors to stop attending lectures because of her severe allergic reaction to many common substances has graduated with first class honours.
Public Relations to be included in MBA programmes, as Tuck School of Business partners with PRSA.
Lectures, seminars, and job interviews can all produce intense anxiety, fear of criticism, embarrassment, and physical symptoms of sweating or blushing.
TILL at the University of Sheffield gives people who previously ruled out higher education the chance to study alongside their existing work commitments, family and other responsibilities.
New open programme uses Swiss Alps to invigorate innovation in corporate sustainability.
IUM launches a new Master’s programme in Sustainable Development.
For the 11th successive year Oxford heads the table, with Cambridge coming second and in third place the London School of Economics.
While the majority of those who study physics go on to further study, those who go into employment earn an annual salary almost £3,000 more than graduates of all subjects.
Central School of Ballet (CSB), one of Europe’s leading centres for dance training and education, has announced a new Masters degree in Choreography.
All-expenses paid open days and an ‘Access all Areas’ student card are just part of an imaginative new scheme to help students thinking about studying at the University of East Anglia.
UKPASS, the postgraduate admissions service from UCAS, received a record 8,156 applications last month - up 36.5 per cent on March 2011.
Ashridge Business School has redesigned its MBA, with a choice of start dates, a mix of full and part time students and extensive business involvement.
Grenoble Graduate School of Business extends its MBA offer by launching two new programs – an Online MBA and an International Executive MBA.
ICN Business School in France has announced the creation of a new Master of Science (MSc) in Design and Luxury Management.
A new postgraduate course combining world-class environmental research with the humanities has been launched by the University of East Anglia.
The University of Nottingham is offering PhD scholarships to individuals who wish to pursue careers developing world-changing energy technologies & finding new ways to harness the digital economy.
A new program hosted by Medical University of Vienna is the first to offer PhD students specialized training in the field of chromosome dynamics.
Are you looking to improve your CV, change your career or simply study a subject you enjoy? Then the University of Essex postgraduate open day on 14 March could help.
New scholarships at The University of Nottingham will help students and staff travel overseas to enhance their learning and research.
City University London announces UK’s first degree tailored to aspiring crime novelists.
Grenoble Graduate School of Business is launching a new MSc in Fashion, Design and Luxury Management starting from September 2012.
Now in its fifth year, Bergen Summer Research School will focus on transnational migration. The application deadline is 15 February.
A new University of Aberdeen degree is set to deliver a fresh breed of scientists to address the links between diet and diseases including cancer and diabetes.
As of the 2012, Rouen Business School’s Bachelor of Science in International Business programme will offer all of its classes in English.
Università Bocconi announces the Mumbai International School of Business Bocconi with its first postgraduate programme to begin in July 2012.
AIU has campuses in the USA and UK, offering a variety of degree programs, including Arts in Fashion Design.
De Montfort University launches UK’s first digital marketing and social media degree.
Hult International Business School launches new Master of International Marketing, giving students an opportunity to study in San Francisco, London & Dubai.
Lancaster University is offering a Dual PhD programme in the broad area of European and Global Studies.
Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen has launched a new Information Management MBA at industry’s request.
The University of Bolton is celebrating Global Entrepreneurship Week by launching a new enterprise and entrepreneurship programme, Switched On.
British universities are registering a record low in the number of entries for degree courses next year, according to a recent study.
Thousands of graduates and students will make a beeline for the biggest Employers Fair in the West of England hosted by UWE Bristol on 3rd November.
The TRIUM Global Executive MBA Program has been ranked 2nd in the world by the Financial Times’ annual ranking of Executive MBA programs.
The European Peace University offers MA Programs in Austria. Applications are open to students from any academic discipline.
The University of East Anglia will hold an open evening on October 13th to highlight its Master of Business Administration courses.
This event will take place on Tuesday 18 October 2011. Find jobs, get careers advice and meet recruiters. Entrance is free.
The Institute for Cultural Diplomacy & Dubrovnik International University have launched a graduate MA program in International Relations & Cultural Diplomacy.
Four of Asia’s premiere business schools have joined forces to recruit top MBA candidates from Europe and North America.
Nottingham University Business School at The University of Nottingham Ningbo China is calling for new high-calibre academics to join its Asian campuses success story.
University of Salford is opening up its Graduate Gateway scheme to all North West graduates, providing skills coaching to boost employment prospects.
A fund to help support the next generation of entrepreneurs is being launched at Coventry University later this month.
American InterContinental University London announces new partnerships with Buckinghamshire New University and the University for the Creative Arts.
The Huffington Post UK announces its first new section since launch: HuffPostUK Universities & Education.
The University of Nottingham is offering 10 full undergraduate scholarships to study at its campuses in Malaysia and China.
A charity which offers paid gap year internships is keeping its doors open to help some of the many university applicants who find they don’t have a university place this year.
The merging of the academic and other services provided by the UK’s 160 universities could lead to job losses.
The European Sponsorship Association will launch a professional industry qualification in September 2011.
The beautiful city of Graz in Austria will welcome more than 120 space professsionals to attend an extensive nine-week program dedicated to space.
Leading business schools, HEC Paris and Keio Business School, are launching a Double Degree MBA program to begin in 2012.
Queen’s University Management School is encouraging people to make it their business to do an MBA at Queen’s as they host an open evening on 22nd June.
“To MBA or not to MBA”, Yehuda Baruch of Rouen Business School, examines the value of an MBA degree for graduates, employers and for society.
The Programme provides international students and academic health professionals with an opportunity to spend up to 3 weeks in Holland.
The University of Westminster will set all fees at £9,000 per year for all UK domiciled and other EU undergraduates starting on all programmes in 2012.
The Financial Times has published its annual ranking of the world’s best Business Schools in executive education programs for senior managers and executives.
Aalborg University is a young and modern university offering a wide range of Master Degree Programmes.
Everyone is invited to submit a design proposal for the medals that will be awarded at the first Winter Youth Olympic Games in 2012.
The University of Kent has backed the launch of a new initiative, StartUp Britain, which will see millions of pounds worth of support given to encourage new entrepreneurs.
A recent survey reveals that nearly 3 out of 4 UK students are worried they will be unemployed when they graduate.
Offering work placements and skills training as part of linguistics and English language degrees could improve employability.
The International University of Monaco, part of INSEEC, will begin offering online courses as part of its Executive MBA programme as of 2012.