Tag Archives: graduates

The power of placements: Why businesses must work with universities to meet the current skills shortage

Posted by on Tuesday, November 5, 2013

John Turner completed both a BSc in Business and Administration Studies in 1967 and an MSc in Management Studies in 1971 at Bradford University School of Management (then called the Management Centre), publishing his thesis in 1974 as a book entitled Forecasting Practices in British Industry. He was the first person from the Management Centre… Read More »

10 top tips to win an internship/placement

Posted by on Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Lorraine is business engagement manager for Bradford University School of Management and helps students and alumni develop their skills for getting a job as well as looking at the right career opportunities for them.  Here she talks about the importance of preparing yourself for the job market and how to secure an internship/placement. An internship… Read More »

Is it worth doing an MBA any more?

Posted by on Monday, April 15, 2013

To celebrate the university’s 50th anniversary next year, Bradford University School of Management is offering six MBA scholarships – worth over £17000 each – for just £2000

Solicitors & barristers – and law students: isn’t it time they met?

Posted by on Thursday, September 16, 2010

There is no reason why a law student need ever come into contact with a solicitor or barrister at any point in their academic career. As Head of Bradford University Law School, I find this an interesting conundrum. A recent chance conversation about how involved medical practitioners were in the training of students from an… Read More »