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ABS Supports Lord Young's Report on Growing Micro Businesses
Prime Minister’s Enterprise Adviser Lord Young publishes his report on growing micro businesses The Association of Business Schools to lead a national program to develop a 'Supporting Small Business Charter ' and award scheme.
Growth Vouchers – Inviting Outline Proposals
Growth Vouchers – Inviting Outline Proposals from ABS members
ABS Supports the MCA Awards 2013
ABS Supports MCA Awards, Commercial Excellence Category.
Strategic Development Event, Madrid 24-25 June 2013
Strategic Development Event, IE Business School, Madrid for all past participants of ABS development programmes.
Project Manager, Executive Development & Governance, ABS
The Association of Business Schools is seeking an enthusiastic and experienced individual for the key role of Project Manager, Executive Development & Governance. The post holder will work within ABS’s strategy to support its members in promoting business and management education in the UK.
New media bulletin: The rise in specialised Masters
MBA or Masters? Essentially, an MBA is a ‘post-experience’ qualification in general management. An MBA usually requires three or more years of work experience, although it is most common for MBA students to have four to eight years. Executive MBA (EMBA) courses are targeted at those with executive experience, usually ten or more years.
Over 100 delegates attend annual Learning and Teaching Conference
The Association of Business Schools (ABS) and its partners the Higher Education Academy (HEA), British Academy of Management (BAM) and supporters Nottingham Trent University and the FT welcomed over 100 business school academics and post graduate students through various stages of their career to its annual Learning and Teaching Conference earlier this week. Learning and teaching in universities is in the spotlight now more than ever.
Prospective MBA students set out their views on what they think of the MBA qualification, what they expect from the business school experience and what they want to study.
A Reception to Support the Recommendations From the Business Schools MSB Task Force Report
The Association of Business Schools (ABS) recently hosted a joint reception with the kind support of the Department of Business, Innovation and Skills to support the findings of the Business Schools Taskforce Report. (Business School/Mid-Sized Business (MSB) Collaboration – supporting growth in the UK’s mid-sized businesses.
ABS Policy Network 2013 - Is it possible to balance student demands with business needs?
The ABS are delighted to announce the second round of the Policy Networks for 2013, focusing on the theme: Is it possible to balance student demands with business needs?
The Institute Of Management Studies at Goldsmiths, University Of London, Joins ABS as A New Member!
The ABS is delighted to announce that the Institute of Management Studies at Goldsmiths, University of London, has joined as a full member.
ABS Welcomes The Department of Management at King's College London as a member
The ABS is delighted to announce that the Department of Management at Kings College London has joined as a full member.
ABS Welcomes Home Secretary's Speech on Migration
The Governments’ Policy on visa and immigration issues (as highlighted in recent media coverage around London Metropolitan University and the UK Borders Agency (UKBA) have been causing quite a brouhaha lately in higher education and business school circles, both for academics and students alike. ABS is pleased to support elements of the Home Secretary’s speech given earlier today on migration.
ABS APAC Summit Forges Way Forward for Cross Continent Working
The Association of Business Schools (ABS) recently held its first Business and Management Education Leadership Summit for the Asia Pacific region.
Research & Development Officer (Devolved Nations)
Building upon the activities of the established Committee for Scotland, the Association of Business Schools is seeking to appoint an Assistant Director (Devolved Nations) within its Research and Development team to develop and deliver a new strategy to support its members in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
Tender for Event Management
The Association of Business Schools is looking for an experienced event management company/individual to develop, manage and deliver nine for-profit conferences in 2013 including the flagship International Leadership, Teaching and Learning and Annual Conferences.
ABS response to the Postgraduate Education Enquiry
ABS response to the Postgraduate Education Enquiry
ABS Director of Communications Honoured to be Admitted as a Freeman of the Worshipful Company of Marketors
Victoria Robinson, Director of Communications for the Association of Business Schools (ABS) recently attended a ceremonial court held by the Worshipful Company of Marketors and was admitted as a Freeman of the Company. The ceremonial court and the Bowden Charter dinner were hosted at the Clothmakers Hall in London.
ABS welcomes the School of Business, Leadership and Enterprise at the University Campus Suffolk as a member
The ABS is delighted to announce that the Division of Management, Business and Enterprise at the University Campus Suffolk has joined as a full member.
Don't know, can't give but want to keep learning
A new study of business school alumni in Europe and Africa suggests that 1 in 3 don’t understand the benefits of being an alumnus and almost three-quarters find difficulty in giving back to their old school, but there is strong demand for continued learning, especially online.