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December 1, 2013 11:00 pm
Study in Europe
The Financial Times European Business School magazine publishes today, including a ranking of the top 100 programmes. Read for free and join a live Q&A on Wednesday, featuring the deans of Essec and the European School of Management and Technology.
Do business in Africa
Africa Club at London Business School launches its series on the opportunities and challenges entrepreneurship in Africa brings. The launch is being held in Johannesburg and is open to alumni, professionals, friends and partners of the club. Speakers include Sizwe Nxasana, chief executive of FirstRand.
Find out about a masters
WHU Otto Beisheim School of Management in Germany is hosting an EFMD conference on masters programmes. The event is co-chaired by Markus Rudolf, associate dean at WHU and Nigel Hayes, director of the master in international management and the master in finance at Eada in Spain.
Learn about marketing
Research the history of colonies
Marcelo Bucheli from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign College of Business is presenting a research seminar at the University of Reading Henley Business School on Colombia, Jersey Standard and the American payment of reparations for the loss of Panama.
Attend an open day
Edhec Business School is hosting an open day in Singapore. The event will give prospective students an insight into the research conducted by the Edhec-Risk Institute with a presentation on risk management by professor of finance, Stoyan Stoyanov. Alumni will also be answering questions.
Join a workshop for women
Fiona Dent and Viki Holton from Ashridge Business School are encouraging women to critically review their career in a one-day interactive workshop. The session will include an overview of the current landscape for women in business and a psychometric test.
Eat a high impact breakfast
Improve your investment skills
Pitch ideas to a panel
With Christmas approaching, City University Cass Business School in the UK is helping entrepreneurs find funding for their ideas. Participants are invited to pitch to a panel of Christmas angels. The panel includes Leo Castellanos, investment director of Saatchinvest, a £5 million fund investing in disruptive start-ups.
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