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January 2021



EFMD Highered provides Southampton Business School students and alumni access to global career opportunities

25 January 2021

European Foundation of Management Development (EFMD) is a membership driven global network of 30,000 management professionals from 954 business school in 92 countries, that aims to develop socially responsible leaders and managers. EFMD is recognised globally as an accreditation body for business schools, business school programmes universities.


Multi-disciplinary Challenges of Management in a Changing World: Panel Discussion by Southampton Academics

22 January 2021

On Jan 8, 2021 a team consisting of Southampton academics, Prof. Sabu Padmadas, Prof. Jaywant Singh, and Dr. Rob Angell delivered a panel discussion on Multi-disciplinary Challenges of Management in a Changing World for the ICMC 2021 Conference organized by the Mudra Institute of Communications Ahmedabad (MICA), India and the Moody College of Communication at The University of Texas at Austin. Professor Paurav Shukla acted as the panel moderator.


Business School Academic appointed to two high profile positions

22 January 2021

Richard Cartwright, a Member of University Council and Principal Teaching Fellow in Accounting in the Business School, has been appointed to two high profile positions. He has joined the Board of Motability as a Governor and the National Audit Office as an Independent External Member of their Audit and Risk Assurance Committee.



Business School host its second series of "Step into your future" for prospective undergraduate students

15 January 2021

On 8 December 2020, Southampton Business School embarked on its second series of "Step into your Future".


New student exchange partnership with Audencia Business School

8 January 2021

We are pleased to announce a new Student Exchange partnership with Audencia Business School to offer bilateral student exchanges between both institutions.


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