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University launches partnership campus in United Arab Emirates

University launches partnership campus in United Arab Emirates

The University of Stirling Ras Al Khaimah campus has opened to students in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), in partnership with Planet CORE.

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Freud’s views on love and work backed up by Stirling research

Freud’s views on love and work backed up by Stirling research

New research has given weight to Sigmund Freud’s claim that love and work are important for our well-being – by highlighting how the threat of unemployment can activate thoughts of death for those not in a relationship.

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University launches partnership campus in United Arab Emirates

The University of Stirling Ras Al Khaimah campus has opened to students in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), in partnership with Planet CORE.

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University launches partnership campus in United Arab Emirates

Freud’s views on love and work backed up by Stirling research

New research has given weight to Sigmund Freud’s claim that love and work are important for our well-being – by highlighting how the threat of unemployment can activate thoughts of death for those not in a relationship.

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Freud’s views on love and work backed up by Stirling research

University of Stirling management expert plays part in Oman’s future

A management expert at the University of Stirling has played a part in Oman’s future by contributing to the country’s 2040 vision project.

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University of Stirling management expert plays part in Oman’s future

Stirling academics blame low wage growth on underemployment

Employees looking for a hike in salary have lost their bargaining power because of a rise in underemployment, according to a new paper by University of Stirling economists.

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Stirling academics blame low wage growth on underemployment

Students to take part in stock pitch event

Students will pitch their latest stock recommendations for the University of Stirling Student Managed Investment Fund (SMIF) tomorrow.

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Students to take part in stock pitch event

Interest rate hikes ‘pose mental health threat to people in debt’

Interest rate hikes by central banks can impact on the mental health of people in debt, a new study led by University of Stirling experts has found.

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Interest rate hikes ‘pose mental health threat to people in debt’

Amplify Trading Boot Camp 2018

University of Stirling Management School welcomed Amplify Trading, a global financial trading and training company, to campus last week to deliver a week-long Boot Camp for undergraduate and postgraduate students on our finance-related courses. This training is provided free for our students. Amplify Trading provide training for some of the largest global financial institutions, with a client list which includes Bank of America and HSBC.

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Amplify Trading Boot Camp 2018

Leading fund manager to address the impact of behaviour on finance and investment

A leading fund manager will talk about the ways in which psychology and group behaviour can compromise investment processes and rational decisions in a guest lecture at the University of Stirling.

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Leading fund manager to address the impact of behaviour on finance and investment

Stirling students pay flying visit to airline HQ in Hong Kong

University of Stirling students in Hong Kong were invited to visit Cathay Pacific’s cargo terminal as part of their Management and Marketing undergraduate programmes.

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Stirling students pay flying visit to airline HQ in Hong Kong

UG Business Networking Event 2018

Undergraduate students from the University of Stirling Management School attended the Business Networking Event on Wednesday 14th February as part of their Professional Development and Practice module.

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UG Business Networking Event 2018
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