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  • A GEM of a scholarship

    As the Scottish Power Foundation once again offers scholarships to Strathclyde Business School students, Global Energy Management student Elin Williams reflects on what gaining a scholarship has meant to her....
    As the Scottish Power Foundation once again offers scholarships to Strathclyde Business School students, Global Energy Management student Elin Williams reflects on what gaining a scholarship has meant to her....
  • GAP: a catalyst for change

    Ryan Longmuir was a participant on the first cohort of the Growth Advantage Programme which launched in 2015 with the support of Santander Corporate & Commercial. Now, 19 months on,...
    Ryan Longmuir was a participant on the first cohort of the Growth Advantage Programme which launched in 2015 with the support of Santander Corporate & Commercial. Now, 19 months on,...
  • A Powerhouse of Manufacturing

    The next instalment in the Glasgow Powerhouse series in conjunction with PwC will focus on the Engineering, Design and Advanced Manufacturing sector in Glasgow. Graeme Waddell, Chairman, Energen Biogas and...
    The next instalment in the Glasgow Powerhouse series in conjunction with PwC will focus on the Engineering, Design and Advanced Manufacturing sector in Glasgow. Graeme Waddell, Chairman, Energen Biogas and...
  • A Master’s degree in Entrepreneurship: a good investment

    Can entrepreneurship be taught? Entrepreneurship student Shruthi Hosur gives her opinion, and provides an insight into the MSc Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Technology offered by the Hunter Centre for Entrepreneurship. There...
    Can entrepreneurship be taught? Entrepreneurship student Shruthi Hosur gives her opinion, and provides an insight into the MSc Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Technology offered by the Hunter Centre for Entrepreneurship. There...