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Rewards of regeneration: Free Business School seminar

The ways in which ‘marginalised’ and ‘socially excluded’ members of local communities can start to reap the rewards of regeneration will be explored in a special seminar at the University of Greenwich.

Date of release: Monday, October 27, 2014

How to put together Europe’s biggest construction project

Crossrail, currently Europe’s largest construction project, is the subject of the next Big Picture seminar at the University of Greenwich.

Date of release: Thursday, October 23, 2014

Managing successful change: Big Picture seminar

Change – one of the ‘hot management topics’ of the 21st century – is the subject of the university’s latest Big Picture seminar on Wednesday 22 October.

Date of release: Thursday, October 16, 2014

Business studies is best for graduate pay

It pays to study business at the University of Greenwich, according to a new national league table.

Date of release: Tuesday, October 7, 2014

Does EU help the workers? Launch of new Big Picture series

The impact of the European Union on workers’ rights and UK social policy during the last 25 years will be explored in the latest Big Picture seminar at the University of Greenwich.

Date of release: Monday, October 6, 2014

Engineering degree puts Charles on track in racing car business

Charles Martin-Bassett is planning to unveil an innovative road and track car later this year.

Date of release: Wednesday, August 20, 2014

New shirts on show as Greenwich teams up with Charlton Athletic FC

University Vice-Chancellor Professor David Maguire was on the ball as he scored a spot-kick during a launch event to celebrate Greenwich’s new partnership with Charlton Athletic Football Club.

Date of release: Friday, July 4, 2014

What will happen if countries carve up the Internet? Students’ research findings revealed at international conference

Everyone will lose from the creation of multiple Internets, but societies with fewest resources and least knowledge are likely to be the biggest losers, according to new findings from four postgraduate students at the University of Greenwich Business School. Developing countries also say that fragmentation of the Internet would lead to increased trading barriers, bureaucracy, and costs.

Date of release: Monday, June 23, 2014

Students tag together for successful fundraiser

Students tag together

Date of release: Wednesday, May 28, 2014

High-achieving students gain insight in Morgan Stanley visit

Students achieving a high number of points in the GEP (Greenwich Employability Passport) scheme were rewarded with a visit to Morgan Stanley.

Date of release: Wednesday, May 21, 2014


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