Engaging with business
Help support the next generation
Are you interested in supporting the next generation of business leaders? Looking to expand your corporate social responsibility activities? We are always open to exploring opportunities for partners to enhance the learning experience for our students.
- Join us as a guest speaker and share insights on contemporary management topics.
- Inspire our students to excel by offering prizes and awards for academic excellence or innovative research proposals.
- Join our networking events each year, helping you target our top talent and supporting the development of our students networking skills.
- Offer unique scholarship opportunities to students who do not have the resources to further their education.
- On-site visits inspire our students, and we appreciate the generosity of business experts who share in-depth insights and engage in lively discussions during company visits.
We are proud supporters of the VIBES Awards and the HEAT Awards, recognising and supporting pioneering and sustainable business.
We are proud sponsors of the annual Vision in Business for the Environment of Scotland (VIBES) Awards. We sponsor the SME Management category at the Awards, recognising SMEs with the strategic vision and management systems that enable them to continuously improve their contribution to Scotland’s sustainable development.
The School supports the annual HEAT awards (Highlighting Entrepreneurship All Together), a Dragons’ Den style competition where Management School staff take on the role of one of the dragons, as well as provide follow-on support to the winners. The event is organised by Forth Valley area Business Gateways.
“A positive impact for Keep Scotland Beautiful has been the research and information we received through the final reports and presentations have informed our work and planning, particularly our data management strategy and our approach to research through our campaigning activity; we continue to consider through our annual planning where projects could potentially be linked to future projects/internships/placements in partnership with the University.”
Catherine Gee, Operations Director, Keep Scotland Beautiful