Wow! What a wonderful year it has been for Salford Business School in my own personal rankings. During this year, the Business School has seen successful accreditations, external quality assessments and winning of one of the most prestigious awards in the UK higher education: Business School of the Year title at the Times Higher Education (THE) Awards.
I finished my MSc Marketing course this year and was successful in securing a part time digital marketing officer role here at Salford Business School! The other part of my working life is spent just across the road at the BBC in Salford. In the last year I have had the pleasure of taking part in and being successful in gaining two awards as a student at Salford Business School – the Big Chip Awards and the Salford Advantage award, so thought I would share with you my summary of 2014 in this short post.
So, you might say I can’t get enough of Salford Business School? Here are some of the reasons for studying and now working at Salford Business School. When choosing a place for work or study rankings and awards are important – for me these were the reasons…
This short video offers you some of the main highlights from 2014.
The year 2014 will certainly be one of the most memorable years so far for Salford Business School rankings, and here are my highlights:
The year started well with the European Search Awards in March where Salford Business School won the European Search Award for best use of online search in the third sector. This award recognised one of Salford Business School’s European projects – Passport to Trade 2.0 – that helps Small and Medium Sized Enterprises (SMEs) as well as students to learn about business culture and etiquette in 31 European countries.
In June the School won the Big Chip Award for the free online training course which introduces businesses and students to the use of Social Media for international business development. The course helped SMEs to improve their online presence and engage with broader business audiences to enhance their trade prospects. I am pictured holding the award above.
In June Salford Business School received the Small Business Charter Award from the Department for Business, Innovation & Skills and the Association of Business Schools in recognition of its dedication to support and improve links with the small business community.
In October the Centre for Digital Business won the Digital Entrepreneur Award for its dedication to working with employers to address real-world business issues, and giving students the skills and work experience to thrive in both industry and as digital entrepreneurs.
THE Award – Business School of the Year. In a nutshell, the judges were very impressed with the enormous collaboration that Salford Business School has undertaken with SMEs, highlighting the way the School had prioritised its “real-world” impact in the business community, bringing businesses, students and academic staff together for ‘live’ student projects, internships and placements where everyone wins. The judges noted a number of significant successes for Salford Business School in 2014.
There are a number of accreditations which were successfully renewed this years as well as a new one added – CEEMAN.
MSc in International Business offered by Salford Business School is an EPAS accredited program by EFMD – (European Foundation for Management Development). The EPAS accreditation was awarded to the MSc in International Business for its high quality programme design, programme delivery and programme outcome.
The Association of MBAs (AMBA) has re-accredited Salford Business School in recognition of the highest standards in teaching, curriculum, and student interaction. The Salford MBA has proved to be a high calibre programme that reflects changing trends and innovation in postgraduate management education.
Salford Business School is now part of the selected group of IQA accredited institutions.This accreditation is only awarded to context-driven, innovative, impactful and responsible business schools. Salford Business School has been accredited for its outstanding achievements in crucial areas for success in business education and management development.
Salford Business School is now recognised for its digital business expertise in the areas of Social Media and Search Marketing. Salford Business School is the first higher education institution to be accredited by the Institute of Direct and Digital Marketing (IDM).
The Class of ’92 are composed of five Manchester United legends, Paul Scholes, Phil Neville, Nicky Butt, Ryan Giggs and Gary Neville, and the University of Salford have set up a five-years partnership with the aim of involving students’ and academics’ creativity, experience and knowledge in three major ventures:
In a short space of time, our staff and students have been able to make a significant impact in assisting these exciting, real world projects. The Class of ’92 Partnership is providing invaluable experience for our students that will be respected worldwide.
The above are only my highlights from #2014 – there were a number of success stories such as a great Creative Entrepreneur event, Social Enterprise Mark and many other success stories from our alumni, students and staff on 2014.
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