The University of Exeter Business School is now offering a range of scholarships to world class, talented students who wish to pursue further study by undertaking a Masters degree.
Student members of the Exeter Enactus group (formerly SIFE), travelled to India with the hope of making a real difference to the lives of residents in Mithapur, a village in Gujurat.
The Business School has published an in-depth study of carpet manufacturer Desso's Cradle to Cradle® strategy.
The teaching case has been published by ECCH (European Case Clearing House), demonstrating the high quality of the strategy and its broad interest and appeal.
Academics at the Business School have cause to celebrate today, as they have been awarded an Economic and Social Research (ESRC) grant of more than £285,000.
An accident with an iPhone has led two enterprising third year students into a successful business partnership repairing a whole range of iPhones and iPods.
It was announced this week that the Business School has been shortlisted for the inaugural Times Higher Education (THE) Business School of the Year award.
The Indivisibles, one of the two teams from the Business School that made it to the UK final of the CIMA Global Business Challenge, has been crowned the global champion.
Warm congratulations to all our graduands. This is the culmination of years of hard work and study - a time to celebrate with your friends and family.
As part of their ongoing research into new economic models for the digital economy (NEMODE), academics from the Business School will be jointly hosting the final NextGen Roadshow in Bristol on July 17 2012.
A new post at the Business School's Xfi Research Centre is being funded by a generous donation from alumnus Howard Appleby (Economics & Statistics 1980).
It was recently announced that the Business School was the first and only UK chapter of the Net Impact global organisation to be awarded silver status in the first year of acting.
July 4th 2012 saw the Business School welcome almost 140 Year 12 pupils from around the region to its bi-annual Economics and Business Conference.
The Indivisibles, one of the two teams from the Business School that made it to the UK final of the CIMA Global Business Challenge has been crowned the UK champion.
The enthusiasm, dedication and inspiration of two University of Exeter academics has been recognised in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List, announced on Saturday, June 16.
Business leaders’ organisation the Institute of Directors (IoD) has developed a groundbreaking partnership with the University of Exeter Business School.
Twenty years on, the UN is again bringing together governments, international institutions and major groups to agree on a range of smart measures that can reduce poverty while promoting decent jobs, clean energy and a more sustainable and fair use of resources.
Two University of Exeter teams are making up half the shortlist for the UK final of the CIMA (Chartered Institute of Management Accountants) Global Business Challenge (GBC) 2012.
In a recent letter the publisher of leading title, International Journal of Operations & Production Management noted that its ‘Impact Factor’ has risen to its highest ever level.
A team of students from across the University has scooped first prize in a national competition organised by RBS in aid of the Prince’s Trust.
Earlier this month, The Queen performed the official opening of the £48 million Forum.
Companies are prioritising their pension fund deficits and shareholders are paying the price, shows new research from the Universities of Bath and Exeter.
The winners of this year’s Exeter Students Guild Teaching Awards were announced at a glittering ceremony in the Great Hall on 3 May 2012.
All the three core Business School subjects of Accounting and Finance, Business Studies and Economics are in the top 10 in the latest edition of the Complete University Guide 2013, published this week.
The University of Exeter Business School is claiming a first in the sector with its decision to become completely carbon neutral.
A two year investigation into leadership in Higher Education (HE) by academics in the Business School has discovered that ‘informal’ leaders are consistently rated as more influential than ‘formal’ leaders in the sector.
First year students Harry Neale and Jesse Wilson have carried off the top prize in the AB InBev Best Beer Competition.
A consortium of researchers, headed by the University of Exeter Business School has been awarded £1.5 million by the Research Council UK to undertake research into the digital economy.
Congratulations to all of the students in the winning teams that were represented at the Award Ceremony and Celebratory Reception for the Business School’s 2011-2012 Business Challenge for 1st year students on Monday 19 March.
A new report, commissioned by the BBC and produced by Experian, has placed Exeter in the top 10 in England for businesses that show high potential.
Top bosses are expert storytellers who tell versions of the same four stories to keep ahead of the game, experts have found.
New research into how the stock market perceives the capabilities of female company directors finds that an initial negative response by investors is overturned in the longer term, once markets respond to corporate performance rather than stereotypes.
The One Planet MBA cohort travelled north to Lincoln to visit one of the world’s largest plastics recycling facilities in February of 2012.
A former NHS hospital Chief Executive and now senior academic at the University of Exeter Business School, has warned that patient safety may worsen if the Health and Social Care Bill is passed in its current form.
Researchers from the Centre for Sport Leisure and Tourism Research (CSLTR) will be showcasing their latest findings in a high profile event in London on Monday April 23 2012.
Academics from the Centre for Leadership Studies (CLS) have had a number of pieces of work featured in a recent two-part special issue of the Business Leadership Review, a journal produced by the Association of MBAs.
Kathie Oakeshott, a graduate of the One Planet MBA innovation cohort, has been awarded the first Hutton Prize for Excellence at Exeter.
‘A History of Management Thought’ is the latest book by Morgen Witzel, Fellow of the Centre for Leadership Studies (CLS).