Tag Archives: Business School

How should a top business school celebrate its 50th anniversary?

Posted by on Tuesday, May 14, 2013

Founded in 1963, later this year the School of Management will start our 50th anniversary celebrations. In times of austerity, it has been an interesting challenge to identify events and activities that both celebrate but add value to our alumni, academics and the global business community that we support. As one of the UK’s first… Read More »

Careers advice for ambitious women

Posted by on Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Heather McGregor, headhunter, FT columnist under the name Mrs Moneypenny and Bradford University School of Management alumnus, has published a book called Careers Advice for Ambitious Women. Here are her top tips to help more women become boardroom directors. Get qualifications to stand out Mrs Moneypenny recommends getting an MBA from a leading business school… Read More »

5 steps to successful career planning for MBA students

Posted by on Monday, December 5, 2011

Lorraine Lucas is Business Engagement Manager – Careers, Alumni & External Relations at Bradford University School of Management. She supports MBA students in career planning before, during and after their studies. Step 1: Start your career planning before starting your MBA It is never too early to start planning your post-MBA career. Many MBA students… Read More »

Can an MBA enhance your entrepreneurial skills?

Posted by on Tuesday, April 19, 2011

The Association of Business Schools’ latest ‘Tomorrow’s MBA’ research into what prospective MBA students are looking for has found that there is an increased demand for entrepreneurial skills. Entrepreneurship is not new to the MBA, but for many years the focus for many MBA students has been banking, finance and consulting. The report argues that… Read More »