We host an extensive programme of public events, executive education, and research seminars, featuring practitioners and academic experts covering a rich spectrum of topics including finance, entrepreneurship, climate change, and corporate governance.

20

Feb

Raising the First Big Investment Round

    • Calendar Thursday
    • Clock 18:00–20:30
    • Navigate Concourse

    Attracting £500k investment

    Entrepreneurship Club

    27

    Feb

    Strategic Asset Management for Transformational Impact (SAMTI)

    • with Professor Jake Ansell; Professor of Risk Management; University of Edinburgh Business School
    • Calendar Thursday
    • Clock 09:00–17:00
    • Navigate Conference Room

    Strategic Asset Management for Transformational Impact (SAMTI) aligns physical infrastructure assets with an organisation’s strategic direction. SAMTI is integral to the investment decisions driving the through-whole-life management of physical infrastructure assets.

    Masterclass

    28

    Feb

    Loan Default Analysis in Europe: Tracking Regional Variations using Big Data

    • with Dr Luca Barbaglia; Joint Research Centre; European Commission
    • Calendar Friday
    • Clock 14:30–16:00
    • Navigate Conference Room

    Join the MSBE group for a research seminar based on a paper by Dr Luca Barbaglia.

    Management Science and Business Economics Seminar

    4

    Mar

    Work in Startups Fair

      • Calendar Wednesday
      • Clock 12:30–14:30
      • Navigate Concourse

      Meet the employers

      Entrepreneurship Club

      9

      Mar

      Governing Decision-making Through Data Visualisations—MBA Option Course

      • with Prof Paolo Quattrone; Professor and Chair of Accounting, Governance, and Social Innovation; University of Edinburgh Business School
      • Calendar Monday
      • Clock 09:00–17:00
      • Navigate MBA Suite

      Designed for managers looking to gain a critical understanding of data visualisation (e.g. dashboards), this 4-day course will equip them with practical tools to govern ambiguity, complexity, and the management of unknown-unknowns in decision-making processes.

      Accredited Course