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…

UEA BUSINESS SOCIETY – END OF YEAR REVIEW

It is fair to say that I thought I would be delivering this review of the year at our end of year business ball surrounded by all my fellow students, great committee and NBS staff. The reality is a little different, however I am still proud that the society has been able to deliver social…

NBS host the Young Enterprise Regional Final 2018

The entrepreneurial achievements of young people from across the East of England have been celebrated at the Young Enterprise Regional Final 2018, hosted by Norwich Business School. Students from secondary schools across Cambridgeshire, Essex, Norfolk and Suffolk have been taking part in the Young Enterprise Company Programme, gaining hands-on experience of setting up and running…

Students crunch the numbers for Alan Boswell Group Employability Prize

Norwich-based Alan Boswell Group have continued their sponsorship of a careers initiative for students studying at Norwich Business School. The firm’s employability prize challenged students to analyse real business data and present their recommendations back to directors from the Group – giving them a real insight into business decision-making. The students, all in their first…

Management Consultancy Insights Book Launch

Last week NBS held an event at the Thomas Paine Study Centre to celebrate the launch of an edited book called “Management Consultancy Insights and Real Consultancy Projects” (enter FLR40 at the Routledge checkout to gain a 20% discount). The editorial team included Lead Editor, Dr Graham Manville (Director of Employability and Innovation) and Julian…

NBS Employability Week 2016

Back in November 2016. Norwich Business School once again hosted its annual Employability Week in conjunction with CareerCentral. Every year, in the autumn semester NBS suspends all teaching in order to offer all its students a full timetable of events focused on gaining insight and preparing them for seeking employment after graduation. Our 2016 edition…

‘The Executive MBA for me was one of the most difficult, interesting, rewarding, agonising and liberating experiences of my life’ – Lindsey Mack

Graduating next week, Lindsey joined the UEA MBA in 2015 as part of our part-time executive cohort, and was the recipient of the annual Norfolk Network scholarship, covering 50% of the course fees.  As I read Lindsay’s blog I’m reminded of the impact an MBA has on a student’s career and their personal and professional development.  We…