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28
May
2015
Daniel Drummer, MBA student at Saïd Business School, has been chosen as one of the 50 best and brightest MBA graduates this year by Poets & Quants, a news website devoted to the coverage of business schools, MBA degrees, and MBA rankings.
27
May
2015
New research from Saïd Business School identifies the seven key factors that led to overdesigned and under-utilised stadiums after the FIFA 2010 World Cup in South Africa.
27
May
2015
50 years after Management Studies was first established as a discipline in Oxford, Saïd Business School and Green Templeton College are holding a conference to explore the future of management and examine new trends in the field.
26
May
2015
Oxford Executive MBA students were given the opportunity to learn about business with a global perspective on a recent trip to China, where they visited a wide range of leading companies.
26
May
2015
Professor Paul Krugman, speaking as the Distinguished Sanjaya Lall Fellow, was joined by Professor Sir David Hendry and Martin Wolf CBE in a panel discussion at Saïd Business School on the economic possibilities for the new Government. The event, on 14 May 2015, was co-sponsored by Green Templeton College and the Sanjaya Lall Memorial Trustees.
20
May
2015
Oxford Saïd has announced the creation of a new scholarship for an outstanding female professional undertaking the MSc in Major Programme Management at the School.
20
May
2015
Leah Malla, alumna of the Diploma in Financial Strategy programme at Saïd Business School, has won The Oxford Saïd Worshipful Company of International Bankers prize 2014. The prize is awarded each year to the student who produces the best piece of extended written work.
19
May
2015
On the 7th May, 148 of Oxford Saïd's MBA students travelled to Paris to take part in the annual MBA Tournament (MBAT).
18
May
2015
Saïd Business School has risen to 10th in the World in the combined ranking of Executive Education programmes compiled by the Financial Times
11
May
2015
Corporate Affairs is evolving into a highly strategic function, with a wider and deeper remit than traditional corporate communications or PR departments, but it is still suffering from a critical skills gap and need for professionalisation

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