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15th September 2023

Shaping Africa’s Future: ESB Conference on September 19th in Berlin!
We are thrilled to announce the collaborative #conference between our research group Doing Business in Africa // ESB Business School, Reutlingen University and the esteemed Kiel Institut für Weltwirtschaft. If you’re passionate about fostering a #sustainable business and economic landscape for #Africa, we invite you to secure your spot at the event taking place on September 19th in Berlin.
The conference will include a thought-provoking #paneldiscussion on “Africa’s Strategic Role in Energy and Critical Resource Security.” Additionally, attendees can immerse themselves in #sessions that explore key themes such as “Doing Business in Africa”, “Mobilizing Trade and Investment”, and “Financing the Transition to a Sustainable Future”.

This conference is a prime #opportunity for:Insightful Discourse: Engage with experts who are shaping Africa’s economic trajectory and resource security.Practical Knowledge: Gain valuable insights into effectively conducting business in Africa, mobilizing investments, and contributing to its sustainable evolution. Networking: Connect with like-minded individuals, potential collaborators, and professionals who share your vision for Africa’s future.

Read the full schedule and sign up now on: https://lnkd.in/enq6zSkW

Fundaçao Getulio Vargas is at the Rio de Janeiro Book Biennial

FGV is at the Rio de Janeiro Book Biennial! FGV Editora’s stand has more than 500 titles that will strengthen your knowledge in Law, Economics, Administration, Social Sciences, History and other areas. It also has a section with books for $ 20.00 each. The event runs until 10/09 and the ticket can be purchased on the official website of the Biennial. Learn more and pay a visit: https://lnkd.in/dRvBjnfy. Rua T, booth 33 – Pavilhão Verde (near the Literary Café) #AcontecenaFGV

Lancaster Univesity Management School in the THE Awards 2023

We are delighted to share the new of LUMS been shortlisted for Business School of the Year in the THE Awards 2023

The nomination is based around our Entrepreneurs in Residence (EiR) programme, which has grown to more than 90 members. Not only does the network positively impact the Lancaster student experience, it also strengthens our business network and enhances our national and international reputation.

Congratulations to all the team at Entrepreneurs in Residence Lancaster University Management School, and good luck for the final ceremony in December.

NEOMA climbs to 25th place in the world (+7) and 6th place in France (+1) in the prestigious “Masters in Management 2023” ranking of the Financial Times.

NEOMA‘s Grande Ecole Programme achieves good results on:  Internationalization of faculty (8th in the world) Carbon footprint (new criterion, 8th in the world) International mobility experiences during the course (9th in the world) The strength of the alumni network (new criterion, 14th in the world) Gender distribution among students, faculty and governance. “This result is a great performance and launches this new academic year in a very positive way,” says Delphine Manceau NEOMA is ranked 25th worldwide (+7), and 6th in France (+1) in the prestigious Financial Times “Masters in Management 2023” ranking. Our Master in Management Programme has achieved strong results with regard to:  International faculty (#8 worldwide) Carbon footprint (a new criterion, #8)  International course experiences  Strength of alumni network (a new criterion, #14) Gender balance amongst students, faculty and governance. “This is an excellent result and a very positive start to this new academic year” says Delphine Manceau.

Lancaster University Management School master climbs up in the Financial Times Ranking

Congratulations to LUMS MSc Management staff, students and alumni. The programme has ranked 7th in the UK and 82nd in the world in the Financial Times Master’s in Management Rankings 2023, released today.

 

DCU Business School professors public opinion survey

Led by the Department of Defence, Professor Caroline McMullan, Gavin D. Brown, and Dr Ann Largey from Dublin City University Business School have launched a survey to capture public opinion about the national-level risks which we face on the island of Ireland.

The results of this survey will help build a shared understanding of the challenges to be addressed and will feed into a cross-government process to quantify the key risks that Ireland faces in the coming three years.

Speaking after the launch of the survey, Professor Caroline McMullan said:“The Business and Society research group in DCU Business School has worked on the National Risk Assessment for more than a decade. For the first time, we are gathering data on the public perception of risk across the island of Ireland at the same time as completing focus groups with national experts in each area of risk. We encourage maximum public engagement with our survey to ensure we get data from all counties.”

Read more: https://ow.ly/5XM150PpJIo

DCU ranked the sixth best university in the worl for its impact on Reduced Inequalities

Dublin City University has been ranked the sixth best university in the world for its impact on Reduced Inequalities in the latest Times Higher Education Impact Rankings based on delivering the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. One article of research linked to this goal is ‘Not just translation: DCU research shapes policy with a new model for crisis translation’.

In a crisis situation, timely, accurate and clear communication from trusted outlets is crucial. However, this is easier said than done. In reality, the requirements for effective crisis communication are numerous and complex. One frequently overlooked and under-resourced aspect is the need for multilingual and multicultural crisis communication. Today’s society is highly mobile: cities and towns tend to be multilingual microcosms. Furthermore, crises are transboundary: they do not observe international borders.

Prof Sharon O’Brien and Dr Patrick Cadwell have led research on this topic at DCU. Most recently, they have proposed the first-ever maturity model for crisis translation. Maturity models have previously been used to assess performance across various sectors. They can be thought of as road maps for identifying one’s current position and providing directions towards improvement. This preliminary model is now being updated with input from collaborators in the NGO, health and governmental sectors.

Read more here: https://lnkd.in/eMRmR3ax

The Universidad de las Américas Puebla Business School position in ranking

For the fifth consecutive year, the #UDLAP is positioned as the best Business School in Mexico, according to the América Economía ranking, reaffirming its commitment to education of excellence. https://lnkd.in/g92-fgY9

Universuidad de las Américas Puebla top 25 in QS Ranking

UDLAP was ranked in the top 25 of the participating private universities in the QS Ranking for Latin America and the Caribbean 2023; Likewise, in the national context, it was positioned among the five most outstanding private universities. These results highlight UDLAP’s commitment to educational quality and the training of critical, creative and innovative professionals who have a positive impact on society.

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