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Business School hosts IPSERA Executive Committee

Edge Hill University Business School was pleased to host the most recent IPSERA (International Purchasing & Supply Education & Research Association) Executive Committee meeting on the 19th and 20th of February. IPSERA is an international multi-disciplinary network of academics and practitioners dedicated to the development of knowledge concerning Purchasing and Supply Management and the Executive […]

Edge Hill University Business School delighted to welcome leading Professor of Business History

Edge Hill University Business School was delighted to welcome Professor Cheryl McWatters on a two day visit (12th-13th February) to the school. Professor McWatters has a wealth of relevant experience to draw upon, having published extensively in the fields of management accounting and accounting history and being editor in chief of the Accounting History Review […]

Business School recognised as ICAEW Partner in Learning

Edge Hill Business School has recognised as a ICAEW (The Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales) partner in learning. This partnership means that the school can offer ACA and CFAB exams as part of its programmes and in addition students have access to specialist learning materials and access to graduate recruiting activities. To find […]

Edge Hill nominated for Green Gown Award

Now in their 9th year, the Green Gown Awards recognise the exceptional sustainability initiatives being undertaken by universities and colleges across the UK. With sustainability moving up the agenda, the Awards have become established as the most prestigious recognition of best practice within the tertiary education sector. Edge Hill Business School were represented by Robin […]

Business School academic wins teaching award

Dr. Charles Knight, Senior Lecturer in Business and management has won one of the University’s Student Led Teaching Awards. Charles was one of the 116 nominated staff who was shortlisted down to to be one of the final 12 in consideration and won a lecturer’s award within the Faculty of Arts and Sciences.  It was […]

Business School staff nominated for teaching awards

Over ten members of the Business School staff have received nominations in the Student Led Teaching Awards. Staff members including Keith Cook, Charles Knight, Fiona Syson, Debbie Callaghan, Sean Naughton, Natalie Counsell, Penny West  and Pat Smith have all been nominated by students for their teaching excellence or their support as personal tutors. The awards […]