The diverse mix of students and staff within the School is a great asset, which the School is keen to exploit. In learning and teaching all students have many opportunities to work in cross-cultural groups and to learn from each other. The curriculum content reflects our mission to develop graduates who will be responsible global citizens able to work for the common good of business and society.
We are actively incorporating an international dimension into our teaching provision in various ways:
Other measures have included the International Student Skills Enhancement Programme developed by the Faculty of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences to support International Masters students in their studies. This is integrated with the Faculty Research Training Programme.
The measures outlined here are just some examples of how we are working to develop cultural awareness in our students and to ensure that our curriculum is as internationally relevant as possible. We will continue to develop new ways of doing this. Many programmes have been specifically designed with a strong international focus. This is particularly true of our suite of postgraduate programmes where specific examples include: