Attending the Business Travel Show/Travel Technology Europe Conference in London has considerably enriched our knowledge of the industry, and helped us to develop a comprehensive understanding of the consumer profile that we had been researching for our client consultancy project.
In Semester 2, the University of Edinburgh Business School (UEBS) treated their postgraduate students to a Company Trek to London. It was both an entertaining and valuable journey where we had the opportunity to visit finance companies in the world’s largest financial centre. Who knows, we might actually be working there one day in the future! During the Trek, we attended networking activities with company representatives and got to see inside their impressive buildings.
If you need a study break, a place to have a chat with a friend or just a warm cup of coffee on a rainy Winters day, here are three cosy coffee spots to try in Edinburgh!
Leadership is a compulsory life skill to learn. In the past it has been too easy for me to say, I can’t be a leader, without challenging myself. However, I hope now that I am able to say, ‘I am not ready to be a leader, but I know can be’.
Over the past four months, I have had four quintessentially Scottish experiences that have really enriched my experience of living in Edinburgh.
Many of us are familiar with the “student budget struggle.” For those of you coming from countries with less favourable exchange rates, this post gives some tips on how to spread your money just a little bit further.
While sipping my hot cup of coffee in the world-famous Elephant Room and marvelling at this picturesque city, I am thinking about learning the Scottish accent. I believe this might help me to settle into this city and its ethos in the true sense.
During innovative learning week in February, a group of undergraduate and postgraduate UEBS students and two staff members flew to Dublin for three exciting days in the Irish capital. The theme of the trek was finance and innovation as well as Irish development and its role on the global stage.
Have an afternoon off and not sure what to do? Here are a few places to visit in Edinburgh for free!
As a student on a tight budget I’m always hunting for cheap tickets for short weekend’s away. One of the cheaper flights from Edinburgh will take you to Toulouse in the South of France. This was my three day experience with two of my MSc IBEM classmates.