Redefining entrepreneurship education: Deakin Business School’s consulting approach.

Entrepreneurship, Deakin Business School

Entrepreneurship transcends the initial stages of ideation and startup creation; it embodies a continuous cycle of opportunity assessment and strategic solution development. This cycle is crucial not only for startups but also for scaling up and fostering entrepreneurial growth within established businesses. Recognising this broader scope of entrepreneurship, Work-integrated learning (WIL) at Deakin’s Faculty of…

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How are business schools prioritising student wellbeing?

student wellbeing

The wellbeing of students has always been important within business school communities. However, today, there is much greater awareness around mental health, and as a result, business schools are improving their services for their students and faculty. Business education PR experts Olivia Nieberg and Stephanie Mullins-Wiles from BlueSky Education explore further.  There are many reasons…

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Paella, and successful online engagement


No visit to Spain is complete without sampling a delicious dish of paella. However, obtaining agreement on the “best” or “original” recipe for this Valencian or Catalan delicacy is more problematic. Is it a meat dish? Is it seafood fare? Does the rice go in first or last?… The 7th annual EOCCS learning community symposium, hosted…

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How do mental health days boost business productivity?

mental health matters sign

In the fast-paced modern world, our lives are often jam-packed with tasks. From working, taking care of pets or children while still maintaining a household, it can be hard to make time for ourselves. This leads many people to neglect self-care and their mental health as a whole. However, it is crucial that we make…

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Out of class – out of mind?

EOCCS community webinar - out of class out of mind

In an EOCCS Community webinar held on 31 May 2023, our focus was on what students get up to outside the classroom. In many conventional or traditional models of teaching the focus is on the key contact hours. What students do outside the classroom is often summarised as “private study”. Reading lists and guided reading…

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Addressing healthcare challenges through business education with UCL Global Business School for Health Director Nora Colton

UCL Global Business School for Health Director Nora Colton

As the world’s first business school dedicated to health, UCL Global Business School for Health (UCL GBSH) was conceived to reimagine global healthcare management and combat the various challenges facing healthcare systems today and in the future. Having accepted their first-ever students in September 2022, we spoke with the school’s inaugural Director, Nora Colton, a health and…

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NEOMA Business School’s new iLearning courses structured like TV series

NEOMA Business School's new iLearning courses structured like TV series

Three new remote courses, which are structured based on storytelling techniques in the film and television industry, have been introduced for the 2022-2023 academic year at NEOMA Business School. These new “iLearning” courses cast participants in a specific role, for instance, Chief Digital Officer. Knowledge is acquired through a gameplay-like format which increases the potential…

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