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The University of Exeter Business School believes in leadership for a better world. This ethos is infused in everything we do, as we teach our students how to use sustainable and responsible business principles to become successful leaders. Our triple accreditation status demonstrates our assurance to providing high standards of quality and an outstanding educational experience, helping our students to stand out in a competitive global environment.

We partner with excellent business schools throughout the world and have a growing network of teaching, research, professional and student exchange links. Our research is focused around three important themes: Environmental Sustainability, Technological Transformation and Responsible Leadership.

Latest news from the University of Exeter Business School

UN Climate Champion to speak at Exeter event on environmental intelligence at World Economic Forum in Davos

How business leaders can access scientific data to identify and address the global risks from climate change will be the subject of a University of Exeter-hosted event at the World Economic Forum in Davos this month.

Young, talented… and working at the University of Exeter Business School: MBA professor secures prestigious award

A University of Exeter Business School academic has been named on a prestigious list of the most talented young professors teaching on MBA programmes around the world.

Business School celebrates ‘strong result’ in Research Excellence Framework (REF) 2021

The University of Exeter Business School’s mission to push the boundaries of knowledge in the areas of environmental sustainability, technological transformation and responsible leadership has been recognised by the Research Excellence Framework (REF) 2021.

Sustainability leader joins University of Exeter Business School

A sustainability leader from industry has joined the University of Exeter Business School as a new Professor of Practice as part of the recently announced £10 million biodiversity renewal project (RENEW). 

Internet use during pandemic linked to increased mental health risks for young and middle-aged men

Using the internet frequently during the height of the pandemic has been linked to poorer mental health for young and middle-aged men - but not for women of the same age, a new study has found.

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Upcoming Events

23 May 2022  

Leading Edge - Fireside Chat Series 2022 with Dr. Fiona McNae

Join Dr. Fiona McNae, Managing Partner, InSites Consulting, as she shares her leadership journey as an entrepreneur, scientist and expert in helping brands and organisation solve the toughest questions through thoughtful, provocative conversations. Hear Fiona talk with our host Ciara Eastell OBE about how her leadership interests have evolved over the years, spanning science, semiotics, the arts and entrepreneurship. Full details
9 June 2022 16:00 Exeter LEEPout webinar series: Jennifer Alix-Garcia - Remotely Incorrect? Accounting for Nonclassical Measurement Error in Satellite Data on Deforestation

Following the success of the LEEPin2019 conference, and given the current situation, we have decided to move our seminar series online. The LEEPout series is designed as a platform for hosting a line-up of internationally recognised researchers to showcase their work at the cutting edge of environmental and resource economics. The LEEP Institute therefore invites you to the latest webinar in this series: Jennifer Alix-Garcia – Remotely Incorrect? Accounting for Nonclassical Measurement Error in Satellite Data on Deforestation. Full details

Seminars and research events



26 May 2022


Exeter Centre of Leadership Research Seminar: Artificial Intelligence as teammates: Are we there yet?

Dr Eleni Georganta (Technical University of Munich (Department of Research and Science Management Research Lab Leadership | Learning | Innovation))

9 June 2022


LEEPOut Seminar

Jennifer Alix-Garcia (Oregon State University)

15 June 2022


ExCL Post-pandemic Leadership Seminar - The power of humble: re-imagining the power of leaders after COVID-19

Morgen Witzel (Fellow)

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