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Exeter #JiscCAN17 Conference Day 2

    The second day started well, with a gourmet full english breakfast and a beautiful view over Exter. Here we were able to draw up our battle plan, with the aim for us to split up and attend as much as we could to try and cover a broad range of presentations and workshops. We have provided some small summaries of the presentations we attended for a brief overview of content and the general theme. Continue reading →

Capitalism: A very brief Summary

Capitalism Everyone enrolled on the business management course presumably has a desire to attain a business management role, whether it be public or private sector, as a career. The only reason this is possible is due to the fact that the UK, as with much of the western developed world, is an example of a Capitalist society. In a nutshell, this is where the private sector generally controls the economic sector through making trade for profit, rather than control from the state. Continue reading →

Preparation for your exams

Happy New Years! With the first few weeks of the new University term bringing our first set of Exams and Coursework Deadlines, theres likely to be a lot of accompanying stress. However, in order to keep ahead of the examiners, and to stop yourself getting worked up about the impending exams theres plenty of resources out there to put yourself in the best possible place you can be. Continue reading →

Exciting Guest Lecturer, Dr Alan Whitehead MP

Tomorrow there is an exciting Guest Speaker, Dr Alan Whitehead MP. Below is the announcement from Blackboard, make sure to come along and ask any burning questions you have! " We have the pleasure and privilege of welcoming Dr Alan Whitehead MP to speak with us and join in conversation at our session this Friday. It will be a unique opportunity to engage with a senior government politician who is a member of the Labour Party opposition shadow ministerial team. Continue reading →