University Business highlights unique focus of our new School of Business
The 'top 20 potential' of our new School of Business has been highlighted in a feature by University Business.
The article focuses on Professor Zoe Radnor's appointment as Dean of the School of Business and the School's ambition to become one of the top business schools in the country.
One of the elements of the former School of Management that will be retained within the School of Business is its focus on critical management. According to Professor Radnor, this fundamental ethos gives the School a distinctive character which sets it apart from other schools, many of which are essentially concerned with application and practice.
A separate article in University Business focuses on the importance of staying connected. The article, which features Chris Harrison, Deputy Director of Campus Services, shares why super-fast broadband connectivity matters and how being able to advertise an ‘always on’ and reliable service with good download speeds helps universities to attract students.