Brunel Business School is ranked amongst the 75 best Business Schools across Europe, according to the latest Financial Times ranking. The ranking sees Brunel Business School ranked 21st in the UK, one of the highest new first time entries.
Arnd Kaiser of Rolls Royce UK provided MSc Global Supply Chain Management students with a Masterclass in Lean Production techniques. The presentation dealt with the human resource dimensions associated with the introduction of lean tools and techniques and provided students with insights into the challenges often faced by managers when embarking upon change programmes.
The Financial Times 2010 Masters in Management Report, out today, sees Brunel Business School's MSc Management ranked 10th in the UK and 59th in the world.
The Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) confirmed recently that graduates of Brunel Business School’s Business and Management (Accounting) degree programme would henceforth be exempt not only from the five modules that make up CIMA’s entry level qualification, the Certificate in Business Accounting, but also from 3 operational level modules required for the CIMA’s professional qualification – subject to certain elective modules being studied.
Business School doctoral student, Talal Al-Maghrabi, who successfully defended his PhD thesis at a viva in July, was one of three Brunel students from Saudi Arabia to be honoured recently at a special event organised by the Saudi embassy in London and the Saudi Arabian Cultural Mission in the United Kingdom.
Suzan ALQURASHI will this week become the first female student from Saudi Arabia to graduate from Brunel Business School’s New Route PhD programme.
Sustainable social enterprise through innovative business models: An unusually large KTP proposal submitted by the principal investigator Dr Gabriella Spinelli has been awarded £540,000 to develop innovative business models that will strengthen the position of Age UK, the largest non-for-profit organisation who works to improve the life of people in later life.
Earlier this year, members of the industry Advisory Board for Brunel Business School’s MSc Corporate Brand Management were invited as guests of honour to a central London dinner hosted by Brunel’s Vice Chancellor, Prof Chris Jenks.
Brunel Business School was delighted to stage the inaugural Aviation Supply Chain Hub 'taster' session in January. The Hub is one of the proposed research hubs within the School's Executive Development portfolio.
As part of the 'Getting down to Business - a day in the life of Brunel Business School' event held today, the Business School was delighted to welcome the Chancellor of Brunel University, the Rt Hon the Lord Wakeham for a tour of the school, and to have the opportunity to meet Students, Academics and administration staff.