Professor of Economics David Bell has developed a tracker based on bookmakers odds - shown to be more accurate than opinion polls – to predict the outcomes of elections.
The University of Stirling Management School has been accredited by the Association of MBAs (AMBA) for its MBA and MBM courses - the international standard of quality in postgraduate management education. It now joins an elite group of business schools globally - and one of only 14 in the UK - to hold the accreditation of both courses.
A team of five MSc students from the University of Stirling have been awarded first place in the UK final of the prestigious global CFA (Chartered Financial Analyst) Institute Research Challenge.
Considered to be the ‘Investment Olympics’ for university students the team from Stirling Management School defeated competition including SAID Business School - Oxford University, Imperial College Business School - Imperial College London and CASS Business School - City University, London.
The students are the eighth Stirling University team in nine years to compete in the UK Final of the competition. The team was mentored for the ninth successive year by Jim Campbell, a 1992 graduate of Stirling’s Investment Analysis programme. Stirling team take gold at ‘Investment Olympics’
Banking and Finance students at the University of Stirling will benefit from a new collaboration with the Chartered Banker Institute.
Pictured are Eileen Schofield, University Secretary and Chief Operating Officer and Simon Thompson, Chief Executive, Chartered Banker Institute.
The Institute has formally accredited the MSc Banking and Finance programme offered by the School of Management; making it one of a select few UK programmes offering this level of recognition. Those who successfully complete the programme are eligible to apply for Associated Chartered Banker status with the Institute.
Chartered Banker is the gold standard for professionals working in the banking sector and is recognised globally as a measure of enhanced standards of excellence and professionalism. Read more
A major Scotland-wide study of the health, economic and social circumstances of people aged 50-plus will enable future improvements to be made to their health and wellbeing. The University of Stirling Management School-led Healthy Ageing In Scotland (HAGIS) study is the first in Scotland to follow individuals and households through time.
The University of Stirling Management School's Marketing Division ranks among the top in the country. We are positioned 2nd in Scotland and among the TOP 20 in the UK. These results are published by the Complete University Guide 2016.
For further information please visit the Complete University Guide Website.
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Students studying the MSc International Human Resource Management, MSc International Business, MSc Business and Management as well as the MBA will have the opportunity to enhance their career opportunities by participating in work-based multi-disciplinary projects designed to prepare them for the next step on the career ladder.