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The Business School is putting employability at the heart of undergraduate study with a new project designed to embed essential employability skills into every undergraduate programme.
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Alongside his studying, Wesley Griffiths has made the most of the extracurricular activities offered at Edge Hill and has already managed to secure a job. This makes him the ideal person to provide advice to current students.
An Edge Hill University lecturer who abolished traditional lectures and seminars and encouraged students to work on mobile phones has been nominated for a prestigious award.
Bagging a dream job in marketing before donning her cap and gown is down to networking and making the most of her time at university, according to Marketing graduate Daisy Simonis.
Edge Hill University graduate and Sporting Excellence scholar Paul Howard will take on golf’s biggest names this week as he kicks off his challenge at the Open Championship.
A team of students from Edge Hill University, Wet Fish, have won a prestigious award at the Young Enterprise Start Up Final 2016, which was held in London last week.
Paresh Wankhade, Professor of Leadership and Management at Edge Hill University’s Business School, has been recently appointed as the lead to the Senior Advisory Board of The Larrey Society.