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Ulster University unveils a new £20 million Creative Industries Institute to drive future growth in the critically important sector
Ulster University has been crowned a winner in Northern Ireland Chamber of Commerce and Industry’s Chamber Business Awards for 2017.
Dr Thomas DiNapoli
Ulster University graduate, Shaun Haw
Ulster University graduate, Eorann O’Neill
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Ulster University Business School has announced the setting up of an Agri-food Business Development Centre with the aim of providing sector specific support through the promotion of agri-food business education, research and innovation.
Ulster University has launched a three-stage programme of activity which aims to create practical solutions and support for businesses in Northern Ireland as they navigate Brexit.
A new partnership between Ulster University Business School and PwC will see up to 20 students receive scholarships to complete an elite professional qualification.
UUBS has secured significant funding from CME Group Foundation to establish a new ‘Developing Financial Engineering Pipeline’ project which will include support for one PhD and ten MSc studentships.
Ulster University Business School’s MSc in Sport Management has been given a top global rating by SportBusiness International in its 2017 Postgraduate Course Rankings.
SME growth is the bedrock for future economic development in Northern Ireland but educating start-ups about alternative forms of funding is essential for success