The route to higher educational attainment via Fastrack sated Gay Kowo’s thirst for knowledge when she embarked on her course in 2011.
The Business School welcomed a group of Dutch students who flew over to collaborate with Edge Hill University students on a group project and experience the UK culture.
Place ecologist and Edge Hill Business School lecturer Nick Catahan explains his mission to understand the complex relationships people have with multiple environments.
As the clock ticks on Brexit negotiations, confusion appears to reign. We talk to international political economist Dr Christopher Dent about the various trade options available to the UK, and what they mean for our future trading relationships with our closest trade partners – and, ultimately, our prosperity.
In response to unprecedented development within the resource and renewable energy sector, waste management company Viridor worked with the Business School to provide a course tailored to training their next generation of management and leaders.
Third year BSc Accountancy students travelled to the University of Mons in Belgium, where they attended a study and cultural awareness week. The Business School students represented Edge Hill at the international event and formed one of 10 international teams that worked together on a three day online ﬁnancial strategy simulation.
When students chose Marketing and Society as their third-year module, they probably didn’t expect to be developing social media solutions that would reach an audience of eight million people, whilst contributing to the lifesaving work of the North West Ambulance Service (NWAS).
Within three months of graduating with a First-Class Honours degree in Marketing with Advertising, Dominic Bird secured employment as a Digital Marketing Executive with Marketing Pro Group.
Having masterminded his own small start-up business during his gap year, Nathan was keen to further improve his enterprising skills and business knowledge by studying Business, Innovation and Enterprise at Edge Hill.
An entrepreneur from the age of 11, Greg Anderton sowed the seeds of his gardening business at primary school, but it was his time as a student at Edge Hill that helped Leafy Lytham to really bloom.