MSc Management student Nina Skoko shares her mentoring experience at Skyscanner which was organised through the University of Edinburgh Business School’s Centre for Service Excellence (CenSE)
The extraordinary rate of growth of UK consumer debt has become a ‘serious problem’, according to a group of the world’s leading credit experts.
The University of Edinburgh, Lloyds Banking Group, UK Youth and Youth Scotland invite you to their Financial Capability Event as part of the ESRC Festival of Social Science
How do you recruit and retain the best candidates for your workforce to ensure a sustainable employer brand? Our expert speakers and panel explore.
Professor Wendy Loretto and Dr Laura Airey recently hosted an event to present the findings of their Scottish Government-funded research on older people in employment.
The Centre for Service Excellence (CenSE) has been busy internationally in Hungary, Japan and Saudi Arabia.
Fabio was part of the winning team pitching an idea at the early career research camp at Glasgow University. It was a national competition organised by the ESRC CREATe project.
Professor Stephen Osborne, Director of the Centre for Service Excellence (CenSE), wins funding and welcomes the Japan Foundation’s Deputy Director to Edinburgh to award the prize.
Participation in workshops a precursor to the upcoming 12th Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Accounting conference being hosted by CAS in Edinburgh next year.
Professor Jonathan Crook writes about his attendance at the recent Chartered Association of Business School’s (CABS) Director of Research Committee