We caught up with Wendy Loretto to find out more about her research into equality and diversity, her priorities for the Business School, and as one of the few female Business School Deans, what has inspired her to succeed throughout her career?
Time flies! It is hard to believe that we are at the end of semester 1. Dealing with the pile of essays and exams at this time of year can be hard. In Edinburgh however, you will find some good places to go to relax, have a bit of fun and relieve the stress. Here are my top 4 places to visit in Edinburgh at Christmas time.
Standing in the midst of my internship looking back at the formal classes for Business in the Arts, I can’t help but feel that, as much as I felt pressure during that first month in Edinburgh, it was nothing but an easy stroll compared to the pace of the internship that lay ahead.
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Edinburgh has burst into life and so have our placements – from converting conference rooms into theatres, holding mini press conferences and marketing the shows, it’s been quite an unforgettable experience.
With internship placements recently announced, weekend trips to London and the start of the Jazz Festival, things are not slowing down any time soon for the BITA summer school students.
It’s been a week since our program started and it has been constant movement from the moment we got here. The Business in the Arts Program does a great job of trying to immerse you into the culture and lets you explore Edinburgh as much as possible.