Our events from the past 18 months.

9

Apr

MBA Drop-In Sessions

    • Calendar Friday
    • Clock 10:00–16:00
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    Please join Copil Yáñez, our MBA Relationship Manager, for informal drop-in sessions available live via Zoom every two weeks.

    MBA Applicant Event

    7

    Apr

    Introduction to Postgraduate Programmes at the Business School (Online)

      • Calendar Wednesday
      • Clock 11:00–12:00
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      Join us to find out more about the postgraduate programmes on offer at the University of Edinburgh Business School.

      Applicant Event

      6

      Apr

      Virtual MBA Open Night and Mini-Masterclass with MBA Programme Director Julian Rawel on Brands: Before and After Covid

      • with Julian Rawel, Director of MBA Programmes, University of Edinburgh Business School
      • Calendar Tuesday
      • Clock 18:00–21:00
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      Do you want to know what it takes to get ahead in today's competitive world? Then join us online for a special evening to find out how our MBA can help you become the strategic and innovative leader that today's businesses need.

      Other

      6

      Apr

      Postgraduate Applicant Live Chat

        • Calendar Tuesday
        • Clock 16:00–17:00
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        Join us on this live chat to ask any questions you have about postgraduate study at the University of Edinburgh Business School.

        Applicant Event

        1

        Apr

        Management Science and Business Economics (MSBE) Research Seminar

        • with Dr Andrea Visentin, Insight Centre for Data Analytics, University College Cork
        • Calendar Thursday
        • Clock 14:00–15:30
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        You are invited to the University of Edinburgh Business School MSBE Research Seminar on 1st April 2021. Our Guest Speaker, Dr Andrea Visentin from Insight Centre for Data Analytics, University College Cork, will give a presentation on computing optimal (R, s, S) policy parameters by a hybrid of branch-and-bound and stochastic dynamic programming.

        Management Science and Business Economics Seminar