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Cardiff Business School is no.1 for Marketing

9 June 2015

The Marketing & Strategy section at Cardiff Business School has been ranked in first position by a new study published in the Australasian Marketing Journal. Maryland, Rice, Dartmouth and Duke round out the top five.

Cardiff Business School student receives CIPD award

29 May 2015

Rachel Cook, a Cardiff Business School student from Tenby, was named Branch Student of the Year by the South East Wales arm of the CIPD at its annual awards dinner recently.

Alumnus and economics journalist talks recession and recovery at Cardiff Business School

30 April 2015

In this, the final week of the General Election campaign, economics and politics are more intertwined than usual, according to David Smith, Economics Editor of The Sunday Times.

International honour society installed at Cardiff Business School

23 April 2015

Cardiff Business School has been officially inducted in to the Beta Gamma Sigma (BGS) society, an international honour society which recognises excellence in business.

Joint Scrutiny Handbook launch

Cardiff Business School launches handbook to help councils collaborate on accountability

23 April 2015

Cardiff Business School’s Dr Rachel Ashworth and Dr James Downe have launched the Joint Scrutiny Handbook for councils and public sector partners at a national conference.

Postgraduate Teaching Centre shortlisted for prestigious construction awards

2 April 2015

Cardiff Business School’s Postgraduate Teaching Centre, and contractor ISG Construction, have been shortlisted for two prizes at the Constructing Excellence in Wales (CEW) Awards 2015.

HRM alumnus wins British Council Entrepreneurial Award

5 March 2015

Zhao Xinyu, MSc Human Resource Management alumnus (2004), has been named the winner of the British Council Entrepreneurial Award at the inaugural Education UK Alumni Awards for China.

Tomorrow’s business leaders gather at Cardiff Business School

13 February 2015

Cardiff Business School hosted an interactive conference and tour for more than 70 Year 12 pupils from schools in Cardiff and the surrounding area on Wednesday February 11th 2015.

European money is helping to improve the performance of Welsh public services

30 January 2015

A report produced by Cardiff Business School (with Shared Intelligence and IFF Research), and commissioned by the Welsh Government, has found that EU funding has helped to speed up collaboration between partners and in some cases deliver improved outcomes for the public.

Working 9 to 5: Second year students begin industry placements

22 January 2015

Swapping lectures for company meetings, and lunches at the Union for the corporate cafeteria. This, and an unrivalled experience of the business world, is what 14 second year students are embarking upon through Cardiff Business School’s BSc Business Management with Integrated Work Placement degree programme.