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  • The Unvarnished Truth: Review

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    published on: 5 February 2016

  • No Place for Well-Intentioned Amateurs

    Newcastle University London explored the meaty issue of governance in sports as part of its second public debate, hosted in collaboration with the Inspired Leaders Network.

    published on: 5 February 2016

  • Former Senior Procter & Gamble Executive kicks off Semester 2 of masterclass series

    We were pleased to host Roy Sandbach, former Senior Research and Development Executive at Procter & Gamble, as part of our first 2016 masterclass.

    published on: 8 February 2016

  • Top ABS journal publishes NU London research collaboration with Auburn University, University of Kentucky and Missouri State University

    This study integrates social influence theory, virtual community of practice, and practice-based approaches into a single theoretical model to examine the role of sellers’ social influence in B2B virtual communities in innovation collaborations with co-creating users, which in turn affects firms’ brand awareness in the marketplace.

    published on: 8 February 2016

  • Dr Natalia Yakovleva secures Santander Mobility Grant

    Newcastle University has awarded Dr. Natalia Yakovleva, Senior Lecturer in International Business Strategy, £1,400 in funding to investigate social resistance to gold mining in Argentina.

    published on: 9 February 2016

  • MSc students take on Spitalfields Market Challenge

    A fantastic example of the practical nature of our degrees, our International Business Management MSc students are busy preparing for the NU London Spitalfields Market Challenge. This will take place in April.

    published on: 16 February 2016

  • The Devolution Revolution at Newcastle University London

    The Institute for Social Renewal at Newcastle University has published a policy pamphlet exploring regional devolution and providing a series of recommendations for government, local authorities and community groups on how to empower local communities to drive change.

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  • Challenge develops Newcastle University London students’ market knowledge

    Twenty-four International Business Management MSc students at Newcastle University London recently became traders for two days at London’s famous Spitalfields Market.

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  • Mentor and Tormentor: Lord Allen in conversation with Dianne Nelmes

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  • Introducing Jorge Tarifa Fernandez: Our PhD student

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  • Newcastle University's Vice-Chancellor responds to EU outcome

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  • Team GB rowing champion to study at Newcastle University London

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  • Newcastle University London masterclass series

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  • Industry engagement kicks off at Newcastle University London

    Newcastle University London is fast becoming a hub for industry activity, with several events taking place on Campus to help students kick start their careers and engage with industry.

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  • NCL London student reaches national business competition finals

    Newcastle University London student Alex, studying MSc International Business Management, is among the 11 finalists of the national competition Reload Greece, designed to help young entrepreneurs develop business ideas.

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  • House of Lords publishes submission by NCL London Senior Lecturer

    Newcastle University London Accounting and Finance Lecturer, Dr Rama Kanungo, has recently had a submission published by the House of Lords Select Committee.

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  • Newcastle University London hosts latest Business School Alumni event

    We saw a great turn out at our ‘Making it in the City’ event, held at NCL London on 29 March.

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  • Newcastle London wins University Challenge

    Newcastle University London was pleased to recently win a University Challenge competition, hosted on campus. With students from other London branch campuses also taking part, the event turned out to be a great success.

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  • 2017 market challenge students beat 2016 competitors

    The unseasonal weather didn’t dampen the spirits of this year’s Spitalfields Market Challenge competitors, who surpassed last year’s participants in terms of profits raised.

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  • NCL London students develop entrepreneurial skills

    Entrepreneur in Residence and Advisory Board member, Chris Sharp, delivered a fantastic series of workshops to help students develop a business idea.

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  • Newcastle University London hosts its Inaugural Summer Ball

    Wednesday 7th June saw Newcastle University London host its first Summer Ball to celebrate student and staff success over the past year.

    published on: 19 June 2017

  • Business School academics meet industry experts and policy makers to discuss the future of Financial Technology

    Last month, academics met to examine co-produced codes and tools relating to auditing, reporting standards and financial technology (FinTech).

    published on: 31 July 2017

  • Newcastle University London’s first cohort of Future Business Leaders Graduate

    Wednesday 4th October saw the graduation of the students that have taken part in the Future Business Leaders Programme.

    published on: 10 October 2017

  • Accounting and Finance Students Awarded for their Success Last Year

    CIMA on campus to present students with the award.

    published on: 13 October 2017

  • CEO Announced as Part of the Closing Keynote for the Microsoft Future Decoded Conference

    Professor Amanda Broderick, Newcastle University London’s CEO, was announced as one of the three speakers for the closing keynote for the fourth Microsoft Future Decoded.

    published on: 17 October 2017