In the news : Department of Management, Leadership and Marketing
Read the latest news from the Department of Management, Leadership and Marketing at Ulster University Business School.
In response to the current Brexit uncertainty, Ulster University have partnered with Manufacturing NI to provide a suite of online supply chain management Brexit resources.
19 December 2019
Class of 2018 Excellence Awards organised by the Department of Management, Leadership and Marketing.
27 February 2019
Through a progressive approach to business engagement across UUBS, we are taking a critical role in identifying and responding to clear signals in the NI skills market, but also increasingly within Ireland and GB.
12 February 2019
PwC and Ulster University launch MSc in Professional Services Operational Delivery - the first such qualification in the UK.
31 January 2019
Ulster University Business School is embracing opportunities in the expanding fintech sector with the design of a bespoke postgraduate programme for multinational software and consulting firm First Derivatives.
1 December 2018
Full-back Louis Ludik and prop Schalk Van Der Merwe, both from South Africa, have worked for five months alongside the Business School’s experts in food innovation in Coleraine to find the perfect blend of South African spices and locally produced
27 November 2018
Ulster University Business School graduate Keith Houston’s innovative approach to recruitment has resulted in a hat trick of awards both locally and internationally.
16 November 2018
Mallusk-based company, InspecVision Ltd, was among the winners at the Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM)’s prestigious Ireland Marketing Awards on November 9th.
14 November 2018
17 October 2018
Ulster University played host to the SNAIP-DC Project - a Research Challenge Fund project focused on Artificial Intelligence (AI) in the ‘Destination Experience’ context.
12 September 2018
Ulster University honours president of Ireland’s largest accountancy body
6 July 2018
Honorary Graduate: Dr Ed Marram
10 July 2018
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
9 April 2017
In her lecture titled “Feminine Capital, Unlocking the Power of Women Entrepreneurs”, Professor Orser reviewed how women continue to lose out when it comes to their engagement in business
6 December 2016