More than 200 University of Stirling Management School graduates, from 32 degree programmes had their degrees conferred by the University Chancellor and BBC broadcaster James Naughtie at the University of Stirling’s Winter Graduation.
Anne Kiem CEO of Chartered Association of Business Schools (CABS) presented Professor George Burt from the University of Stirling Management School with the Small Business Charter Award at the Annual Conference in London.
The award was presented to Stirling Management School on 15th November for its engagement with and support for start-up, micro and SME businesses. The award also recognises how innovation and entrepreneurship is embedded across the School’s range of Undergraduate and Postgraduate courses and how a range of executive education programmes are being developed dedicated to these vital business activities.
Stirling Students Awarded Degrees at Muscat College, Oman
Students graduated with University of Stirling degrees in Business, Accounting and Computing delivered at Muscat College.
Professor Sharon Bolton, Dean of Stirling Management School at the University of Stirling, conferred degrees upon 58 graduates at the ceremony yesterday, Tuesday 15 November.
Top performing Accounting and Finance students at Stirling Management School were recognised recently at the division’s annual prize giving lunch.
Prizes for undergraduate students are provided by the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland (ICAS) and by international accounting firm, KPMG. The prizes are awarded to students based on the best performance in Auditing and External Reporting modules.
Students from the University of Stirling’s Singapore Retailing degrees celebrate success at the Singapore Institute of Management Global Education (SIM GE)
Professor John Gardner, Senior Deputy Principal of the University of Stirling, conferred degrees upon graduates of the BA hons in Retail Marketing and MBA in Retailing.
A team of four University of Stirling MSc students have won first place in the prestigious Global Investment Banking Valuation Olympiad, beating off entries from almost 470 teams comprising 5,000 participants.
The Management School students’ success comes just months after a team of five MSc students won first place in the UK final of the global CFA (Chartered Financial Analyst) Institute Research Challenge, considered to be the ‘Investment Olympics’ for university students.
It also follows on from the success of another team of Stirling MSc students in a global competition, the 2016 CME Group Trading Challenge, where they achieved a top 10 finish.
Third year University of Stirling marketing student Sophie Brown has carried off the prestigious Star Marketing Student of the Year Award at the annual Marketing Society Star Awards.
Receiving her award in front of 550 marketing professionals in Edinburgh, Sophie topped an all Stirling shortlist for the coveted category.
Students from universities across Scotland applied to take part in an Apprentice Day at recruitment firm Hudson Edinburgh, tackling a number of tasks developed by industry professionals from Golley Slater and award sponsor Maxxium.
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’
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.