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Blending both traditional education and modern business environments to improve the student experience

Welcoming Students Back to the Bigger and Better UCL School of Management  Universities and other educational institutions across the country will be familiar with the excitement of welcoming students back to the lecture halls and libraries that form so significant a part of their individual educational experiences.

UCL School of Management Appoints Professor Davide Ravasi As New Director

@UCL’s School of Management is delighted to announce the appointment of its new Director, Professor Davide Ravasi. Currently the School’s Head of Strategy and Entrepreneurship, he will take on leadership of the School in July 2021. The School’s current Director, Professor Bert de Reyck, now leaves UCL to take up a new role as Dean of the Lee Kong Chian School of Business at Singapore Management University.

Education and training: recovering the ground lost during the lockdown

Working towards a more sustainable competence model for the future  Some organizations are awarding qualifications that reflect a normal distribution profile of passes and grades, despite the pandemic’s impact on education.

UCL expands school of management at Canary Wharf

@ucl expands @UCLSoM school of management at Canary Wharf @CanaryWharfGrp 

Suddenly, ‘skills’ are in focus: If 2020 has taught us anything, it is the need for collaboration both within internal systems and internationally

Skills and collaboration towards a new social contract  One facet of 2020 has been the demonstration of how constrained nation states have been in protecting and supporting their citizens during a pandemic.

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