Updates from Ulster University Business School
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.
Ulster University Business School graduate Keith Houston’s innovative approach to recruitment has resulted in a hat trick of awards both locally and internationally.
Mallusk-based company, InspecVision Ltd, was among the winners at the Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM)’s prestigious Ireland Marketing Awards on November 9th.
Ulster and Bournemouth Universities focused on Artificial Intelligence (AI) in the ‘Destination Experience’
UUBS student chefs scoop top marks at the most prestigious culinary concours to take place in Northern Ireland this year.
Professor Mark Durkin, Executive Dean, Ulster University Business School and Dr Sharon Loane, Head of Department of Global Business and Enterprise, Magee campus prepare for the Spring Into Business Festival at Belfast and Magee.
Ulster University Business School has introduced leaders and managers to the concept of Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) at a special event organised as part of Management Month
Three students at Ulster University Business School have out-scored over 120 of their peers to win a valuable BDO Interview Award.
Ulster University Business School has been accepted into the prestigious Babson Collaborative for Entrepreneurship Education.
Dr Lynsey Hollywood, Ulster University Business School and Mintel’s Brian O’Connor, focus on what make successful food brands.
Ulster University Business School has launched a ‘Mini MBA’ programme in partnership with American legal firm Axiom.
Ulster University Business School has announced the appointment of a new Visiting Professor. Robert Fitzpatrick, who is CEO of the Odyssey Trust Company, will assume his four-year voluntary role in January 2018.
“Be brave, be yourself and be courageous”. These were the words of advice given to over 200 female students by Aisling Keegan, Vice-President and General Manager of Dell EMC Ireland.
Ulster University Business School appoints international expert to address skills gap in the agri-food industry
Ulster University Business School has enlisted the help of a global expert in food marketing, Professor Thomas Kennedy, as part of its new Agri-Food Business Development Centre.
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