19 Mar 2020

Marketing Society Apprentice Day

Students from across Scotland took part in an Apprentice Day at Edrington-Beam Suntory UK, organised by the The Marketing Society. Delighted to see some of our own students enjoying the opportunity. Last year a group of pro-active students from the School of Business launched the very first student marketing society. They have been exceptional in what they have achieved and have setup a fantastic society which will grow into the future. They have connected with a wide variety of businesses, including the Marketing Society of Scotland.  Well done to all involved and we look forward to the Soc...

Marketing Society Apprentice Day

3 Mar 2020

Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME)

We have recently signed up to the Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME), joining over 700 leading business and management schools from more than 90 countries dedicated to advancing these core values while working to achieve the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. The Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME) is a United Nations-supported initiative founded in 2007 as a platform to raise the profile of sustainability in schools around the world, and to equip today's business students with the understanding and ability to deliver change tomorrow. PRME has bec...

Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME)

12 Feb 2020

Scottish Economics Conference a huge success

The Scottish Economics Conference was held at the University on 8 and 9 February. The student organised conference was held in Dundee for the first time and the good attendance, combined with positive feedback indicated that all participants and speakers enjoyed the weekend.  One of the most pleasing aspects of the conference was the experience gained by the individual students who organised it.    "It was really a great experience being the programme director for the 2020 Scottish Economic Conference which ended today with the great array of speakers who dealt with the issue of Globalisatio...

Scottish Economics Conference a huge success

4 Feb 2020

New economists have “responsibility” to question Adam Smith

The next generation of economists have a duty to make global trade more ethically led, the organiser of Scotland’s largest student conference has said. Sephora Sissi Mazodila, President of the 2020 Scottish Economics Conference, believes that the country’s leading young minds must help shape the financial trends of tomorrow by questioning traditional business practices. Issues of globalisation and current economic ideology will form the main talking points of this year’s conference, which is being hosted at the University of Dundee. Hundreds of delegates and a host of leading ac...

New economists have “responsibility” to question Adam Smith

7 Jan 2020

Support from Johnston & Carmichael

Congratulations and well done to all our 3rd year Advanced Financial Accounting students who participated in a mock CPD workshop as part of their assessed coursework. Students were invited to present and also produce a briefing paper / booklet to be distributed to the attendees (local accounting professionals and practitioners) at the workshop. We were delighted that Johnston Carmichael Chartered Accountants supported this and offered a fantastic prize to the students for the best presenting team. This year the winning team was Xin Ai, Sarbagya Bhurtyl, Nikita Cooke, John Hughes and Mia Himika.Our thanks g...

Support from Johnston & Carmichael