Top Tips From Returning Placement Students

We were so excited to welcome so many placement students back in October. It was great to share a lunch and hear so many great stories and interesting experiences. In fact, we heard so many great tips and pieces of advice, we thought it would be useful to collate them and create a blog for…

The Power of MOOCs

Written by Robert Jones, Brand Strategist and Professor of Brand Leadership at UEA Ten years ago, no-one had heard of MOOCs – free online university courses. Now there are thousands of them. I still feel proud to have created the very first course on the very first European MOOC platform, Futurelearn. The course was a…

Time to Let Us Hear Your Voice

With the new term well underway and the build up to the festive season continuing apace, it’s a good time to shout about all of the fantastic ways we are encouraging our students to share their voices, give us valuable feedback and contribute to a fantastic learning environment for all within NBS. We know from…

Interview with Michael Daffern, Assurance Graduate at Ernst and Young

In our latest blog, we are very grateful to recent graduate Michael Daffern for talking about his experiences leaving the UEA and joining Ernst and Young! In this interview, Michael speaks about how he found the job at EY, how he took advantage of things like Employability Week and Career Central to secure his graduate…

Latest Trends in Digital Marketing: CIM Marketing Club Webinar

In this Marketing Club webinar, Daniel Rowles discussed his opinions on the latest trends in digital marketing. Olivia Robinson, UEA Marketing student, gives us the highlights from the session. Daniel Rowles is CEO of Target Internet and also hosts ‘The Digital Marketing Podcast’, which produces weekly digital marketing content to listeners in over 190 countries…

Arrival guide for international students

At Norwich Business School, we are so proud to have students from so many different countries. Every year a huge amount of students arrive at the NBS from around the globe, excited and perhaps a little daunted by the prospect of living in a new country and city. With that in mind, we wanted to…

Norwich Business School and Employability

With exams, results, and graduation all done and dusted, many graduates are leaving NBS with amazing results and fantastic employment opportunities. So much so that StudentCrowd has placed the UEA as the best university for Job Prospects, saying that,  ‘Through a combination of superb on-campus careers guidance service, phenomenal teaching and the option for students…

Stories from our graduates

What a few weeks! With over 11,000 students graduating from the UEA, it was an amazing, busy and sweltering hot graduation period! Norwich Business School graduates from 2020, 2021, and 2022 were celebrated in seventeen different graduation ceremonies, two graduation parties and one massive balloon wall.  After the delays caused by Covid over the last…

What actually makes a good job for frontline workers?

Since COVID-19, the recruitment of staff into frontline, public-facing roles, has been massively challenging. The reasons for this are likely numerous and in many cases difficult to establish. But what is clear is that the businesses that are coping better, that are retaining staff or growing their teams, are offering good jobs and good experiences…

NORWICH BUSINESS SCHOOL JOINS HIGHLY ACCLAIMED SMALL BUSINESS CHARTER

Small-to-medium-sized enterprises (SME) in the region are set to benefit from even greater support in developing their businesses, following the University of East Anglia’s (UEA) Norwich Business School (NBS) being accredited with the prestigious Small Business Charter (SBC). The accolade is in recognition of its expertise in supporting small businesses, student entrepreneurship, and the local…