Between 2001 and 2007, the Business School earned approximately £1m in research grants. However, the total for the past year alone looks set to equal - and possibly - exceed this figure.
Students on the Marketing pathway of the Brunel's Business and Management undergraduate degree course have been given the chance to support flagship international brand, Maryland Cookies, in its efforts to raise its profile using the top social media site, Youtube.
At a short ceremony before the Placement and Careers Fair last week, Brunel Business School presented its 2009 award for the best placement employer to Xerox which has its UK HQ in the centre of Uxbridge.
Professor TC Melewar has today received two prestigious awards; the William R Darden Award and the Emerald Literati Network, 2009 Awards for Excellence.
On Thursday 5 March 2009, Brunel University was named one of the top ten winners in terms of this year's RAE funding allocation. Brunel secured a tremendous 54.5% increase in the level of its research funding from HEFCE, rising from £8,329,888 to an impressive £12,872,244 for 2009/10. Brunel was also named in the top ten for the increase in the number of research active staff entered into the most recent RAE as compared to 2001.
The Brunel Business School has just learnt that its application for accreditation by the European Doctoral Programmes Association in Management and Business Administration (EDAMBA) had been unanimously approved by EDAMBA’s Executive Committee. This announcement follows an audit by EDAMBA, where detailed documentation prepared for the visit was scrutinised by the audit team, with staff and students then questioned about the PhD programme within the Business School.