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09
Jun
2017
Kristina Partsinevelos and Ben Redden won the ‘Best Performers’ prize in the categories of Business and Life Insurance, and ‘Best European Students Project’ for their submission to the Marketing category.
18
May
2017
Ani's passion for entrepreneurship led her to apply to the Oxford Saïd MBA. She was due to begin the programme when pains in her arms led to the diagnosis of an aggressive form of cancer that required immediate treatment.
10
May
2017
170 of Saïd Business School’s current cohort of MBA students have participated in the MBATs, a yearly sports tournament of MBA students across the world, and have won the tournament overall for the first time.
12
Apr
2017
Six shortlisted teams presented their projects in a bid to win a £2,500 cash prize, donated by event sponsor Ricoh Europe.
30
Mar
2017
The Boat Race, held annually since 1856, pits an eight person boat from each university against each other on a 4.2 mile stretch of the river Thames, known as The Tideway.
30
Mar
2017
Launched in July 2016 by Oxford MBA Matthew de la Hey and his co-founder Alex Hanson-Smith, inploi is the professional network disrupting blue-collar employment.
24
Mar
2017
The Summit is an annual event set up in 2014 that brings together 100 of the most talented MBA students and alumni from business schools across the world.
14
Mar
2017
The World Government Summit is an annual event held in Dubai that brings together leaders from government, business and education to discuss solutions to world scale problems, with a strong focus on technology and innovation.
13
Mar
2017
Established in 2008 by MBA alum and Skoll Scholar Chris Raine, Hello Sunday Morning is the world’s largest online movement for helping people manage their relationship with alcohol.
13
Mar
2017
Allison Gates, Jayanth Kashyap, Maegan Moore, Juan Pedro Fernández Cueto and Daniel Stokley won the €1000 prize after competing against ten business schools from across the world.

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