Senior Leader Development Programme Apprenticeship and Help to Grow

The Business and External Engagement team at Oxford Brookes Business School aims to partner with organisations & individuals to improve business and individual performance through a range of training, consultancy and research projects.

Why the UK energy market is in distress

In response to the emerging UK energy crisis, Hirbod Assa, Senior Lecturer in Finance and Fintech at the University of Kent’s Business School explains how this happened

Activate Learning with Holly Perrett

Activate Learning is excited to announce our collaborative partnership with Milton Keynes College to deliver the new South Central Institute of Technology, working with leading brands such as Microsoft, KPMG, McAfee, Cranfield University, and Evidence Talks.

Stephen Clarke, Principal of Cherwell College

Introducing… Stephen Clarke of Cherwell College

Richard Rosser chats to Stephen Clarke, Principal of Cherwell College, about how the last 18 months have been for the education sector and about skills for the next generation.

Oxford Brookes Business School awarded Small Business Charter status

In recognition of its outstanding support for small businesses, student entrepreneurship and commitment to the local economy, Oxford Brookes Business School has been awarded the Small Business Charter Award.

Sanja Bogojević to help lead climate change research

Last Monday (24), the University announced that an Oxford-led Hub received £30 million from the UK Government to coordinate and lead research to help UK reach Net-Zero.

Executed Oxford Viking is reunited with relative at Danish museum

One of the Viking victims of a massacre in Oxford more than 1,000 years ago has been reunited with his family in a Danish museum.

SME’s don’t appreciate the threat to their businesses as much as they should

FCA sends thousands of staff on cyber and financial crime training courses

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has sent 4,430 of its employees on compulsory cyber and information security courses over the past two financial years – (FY 19-20 and FY 20-21) – to help combat the growing threat of financial crime, such as money laundering and fraud, according to official figures.

Furlough Courses Allow Blenheim Staff to Flourish in Lockdown

Blenheim has been supporting its furloughed staff and those having to work from home by funding online training courses of their choice.

Soldiers of Oxfordshire Museum Lockdown Lectures

Uncover The Secret Life of Ian Fleming, best known as the author of the James Bond  novels, Talk and Live Q&A with Dr. Christopher Moran.

Introducing The Rebel Business School

On this episode of The Business Brunch, Richard Rosser, CEO of B4 is joined by guest Simon Paine CEO and Co-founder of Rebel Business School as they discuss how Rebel has helped over 11,500 people get into the world of business.

 

Introducing The Rebel Business School

In this episode of The Business Brunch we’re joined by Simon Paine, founder of The Rebel Business School and wearer of many hats! Simon chats to us about what lead him to create The Rebel Business School, his concerns with current business education for young people, and how the past 12 months have affected his business and many others.