The experimental Q-Step programme aims to develop a new approach to the teaching and learning of quantitative skills in social science undergraduate degree programmes across a network of UK universities.
At a time when more diverse voices are being heard and celebrated in the creative industries and beyond, the LSBM Lighthouse Programme is delighted to host a special event on the re-publication after 74 years of one of the first novels in English by a Muslim woman: Iqbalunnisa Hussain.
The HEA’s 2018 Annual Conference will position the spotlight firmly on teaching in a global context, in particular how we can learn from global communities to ensure the best student experience for all and the ongoing development and professionalisation of the HE teaching community.
The legal sector has enjoyed a visible presence in Pride in London for a number of years, and the Law Society will again be marching
The Student Guild will be marching in support for equality for the LGBTQA community. Date: On Saturday 7th July from 14:00-14:25pm. We will be meeting at 99 Gower Street WC1E 6AA from 12pm, then making our way down to the starting point.
Feel free to come out in numbers, we would welcome your suppo
Join leading language authorities to reflect on the state of, and attitudes towards, English grammar and vocabulary. What do teachers, professionals, academics and the general public feel is the cultural and educational significance of knowledge about the language?
The annual London School of Business and Management Teaching and Learning Conference brings together academics interested in teaching and learning in an education context. This year's conference takes as its theme, Beyond metrics: Measuring the immeasurable in Higher Education
Join us in Leeds at the leading global three day forum for enterprise and entrepreneurship educators and practitioners – the 13th International Entrepreneurship Educators Conference (IEEC).
Have a truly immersive experience as course leaders, current students and industry specialists answer your questions and give advice, and performances bring your future to life. If you are interested in a creative future, this event will help you decide on your next steps.
LSBM Lighthouse Event: Why the first novel written in english by a muslim woman matters...
LSBM is now a Partner in Learning with the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England...
We welcomed students from Christ the King Sixth Form College for a Law Taster Day...
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