Do you have big plans for a career in Business?
There is no doubt that the Covid-19 pandemic has made a significant impact on global economies and changed our ways of working. How can you better equip yourselves in the post-Covid19 world?
The British Council is delighted to invite prospective parents and students for the first session of Study UK East Asia Webinar Connect on Tuesday 28 July. Academic speakers from the University of Birmingham, University of Exeter and Goldsmiths, University of London will introduce the UK’s Business undergraduate courses such as Business and Management, Business Analysis, Marketing, and Economics and how the qualification leads you to a global career. There will also be a Q&A session after the presentations for the guest speakers to address open questions from the audience.
Onsite offers may be given to suitable candidates who wish to study in the UK this September. Register with us today!
Future Readiness: Developing your Career Path with a UK Business Degree
Date: Tuesday 28 July 2020
Time: 17.30 – 18.30 WIB (Western Indonesia Time)
Dr Scott Taylor
Reader in Leadership & Organization Studies
Department of Management, Birmingham Business School
University of Birmingham
Scott’s research currently focuses on feminism in organisations. Current projects include the use of quotas to change women’s representation in political parties, and women working in the craft brewing sector. He teaches on a range of modules across the Business School and supervises PhD students. He is currently the Director of Admissions for the Business School alongside his teaching commitments.
Dr Rebecca Mitchell
Programme Director MSc Business Analytics
University of Exeter Business School
Beccy is a Senior Lecturer in the University of Exeter Business School department for Science, Innovation, Technology & Entrepreneurship. She is Programme Director for the MSc Business Analytics. She has a PhD in Applied Mathematics, and prior to working in academia she undertook roles in the Investment Management sector, and at the UK Met Office where she was Head of Emerging Markets. Her primary research interests are focused on how environmental data can be used to support business decision making.
Dr Tomás Rotta
Lecturer in Economics
Institute of Management Studies
Goldsmiths, University of London
Tomás Rotta is Lecturer in Economics in the Institute of Management Studies at Goldsmiths and Visiting Lecturer in the MSc Economics program at SOAS University of London. He holds a PhD and an MS in Economics from the University of Massachusetts, USA and specialises in Political Economy.