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Westminster Business School academics travel to Malaysia to collaborate with University of Malaysia Sabah (UMS).

Two international programmes, the AlSadi Changing Lives Programme and Westminster Working Cultures have been organised by the University of Westminster to increase Westminster students’ employability by equipping them with key skills and international experience.

Westminster Business School is launching a brand new MBA course this September and to celebrate, we're running a Twitter giveaway throughout June.​

The University of Westminster hosted Debate Mate, a national competition that encourages young people to become powerful thinkers and speakers.

Miranda Brawn, Founder/CEO of the Miranda Brawn Diversity Leadership Foundation and Westminster Business School MBA alumna, made it to the 30th position on the Financial Times Global Powerlist for the most influential leaders from a black, Asian and minority ethnic background.

Dr Pauline Armsby and Dr Steven Cranfield, academics at Westminster Business School have published an article on the development and delivery of professional doctorates in 3* journal, Studies in Higher Education.

A group of Westminster students, part of the Westminster Business Consultants (WBC), the junior enterprise consultancy at the University of Westminster, attended the biggest European junior enterprise event, the Junior Association of Development within Europe (Jade) spring event, where they were shortlisted in the most international junior enterprise category.

Lucy Earl, who graduated from the Marketing Communications BA course in July 2016, has created an English language tutorial YouTube channel, English with Lucy, which has now reached 300,000 subscribers in just one year.

Dr Kathlyn Wilson, Professor Peter Urwin and Dr Angela Wright have been awarded a research contract from Imperial College London.

We are delighted to congratulate Roisin Curran on achieving her Doctorate in Professional Studies (Higher Education Practice) degree at Westminster Business School. She achieved her doctorate on 23 February 2017 for her work on ‘A Framework for Student Staff Partnership in Higher Education’.

Dr Colin Gleeson, Reader in the Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment, Westminster Business School Research Associate Melahat Sahin-Dikmen and Professor Linda Clarke from the Westminster Business School have been appointed for a two-year, ten-country research project on Vocational Education and Training for Low Energy Construction (VET4LEC).

Józefa Fawcett, Senior Lecturer at Westminster Business School and an international speaker and trainer, was recognised by the World HRD Congress, a platform celebrating excellence among HR leaders on a global level, for the second time.

University of Westminster alumnus Faisal Abbas was announced as the winner of the Social Impact Award for Saudi Arabia at the British Council Study UK Alumni Awards on Wednesday 1 March 2017.

The Westminster Business School’s Project Management MSc course is now accredited by the Association for Project Management (APM), the UK’s only Project Management chartered professional body.

HRH Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall showed their appreciation to Westminster Business School graduate Miranda Brawn for her tireless work in supporting race diversity, when they paid a royal visit to the Black Cultural Archives (BCA) in Brixton.

A research paper by Westminster academics Moustafa Haj Youssef and Ioannis Christodoulou, titled 'Managerial Discretion in Emerging Markets: What's New', received the Best Paper Award at the GSOM Emerging Markets Conference, which was held in Saint Petersburg, Russia.

Alumni from the Accounting, Finance and Governance department visited Marylebone Campus on Wednesday 8 February to share their employment experiences with final year Finance and Accounting undergraduate students.

In an article published by The Guardian, Dr Ruth Sacks, Director of Business Development and Principal Lecturer at the University of Westminster, talks about the importance of creativity at work and gives advice on how best to unlock it.

Five University of Westminster alumni have been announced as finalists for the prestigious British Council Study UK Alumni Awards, surpassing the three Westminster finalists for 2016.

Miranda Brawn, MBA graduate of Westminster Business School, has been awarded a ‘Point of Light’ Award by UK Prime Minister Theresa May for promoting diversity and equality among young generations.

Westminster Business School has launched a new cutting edge MBA programme, aimed at preparing future board directors to perform and succeed in today’s high-pressured business world.

Westminster Business School successfully organised and hosted the Royal Economic Society (RES) PhD Meetings Conference from 3-4 January 2017.

Dennis G. Lucan, current Business Management, Entrepreneurship student won one of 15 places at City Hall as a Mayor’s Entrepreneur Intern.

Dr Richard Evans, Lecturer in Information Management at the Westminster Business School, and Dr Murat Unanoğlu of Istanbul Bilgi University have recently been awarded a British Council Researcher Links Travel Grant to allow them to undertake a joint research project entitled ‘A Framework for Worker Self-Evaluation of Skills required to...

Westminster MBA alumnus Keiron Sparrowhawk, who has been confirmed as the keynote speaker at the Westminster Business School’s upcoming MBA Tuesday Club in January 2017, has published a new book titled Executive Function: Cognitive Fitness for Business.

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