UCL School of Management



IMB student sets up venture capital movement

Thursday, 17 Dec
IMB student Wong Hoong Chun is helping budding venture capitalists get a foothold in the industry.

Natural talent vs hard work. What do employers prefer?

Monday, 14 Dec
A study by Chia-Jung Tsay reveals that investors unconsciously preference natural talent over hard work among entrepreneurs.

UCL awarded Gold Small Business Charter Award

Thursday, 10 Dec
UCL has been awarded the Small Business Charter Gold Award in recognition of its world-class expertise, resources and consultancy given to support start-ups and small businesses.

Students win first place at ITMB national conference

Wednesday, 9 Dec
BSc Information Management for Business (IMB) students pitched their ideas to leading employers at the recent ITMB North Event in Manchester, with successful results.

Handsome men more likely to be rejected for competitive jobs

Tuesday, 8 Dec
Handsome men may be rejected for competitive jobs, but are preferred for roles that require cooperation, research finds.

Will Venezuela’s government ever accept defeat?

Monday, 7 Dec
Dr Marco Aponte-Moreno and Lance Lattig say Nicolas Maduro's government is pulling out all the stops to win an election it looks almost certain to lose.
In the Media

Record pace of M&A may be too hot for market’s own good

Monday, 7 Dec
Dr Peter Clark forecasts the booming M&A cycle to come to an end during the second quarter of 2017.

Student app uses a banana and data imaging to improve healthcare education

Friday, 4 Dec
Suture Score, which claimed first place at TELHack, aims to improve the suture technique of surgical trainees.

The power of transparency in dining experiences

Wednesday, 18 Nov
A study published in Management Science shows that visually revealing operating processes creates value for both customers and employees.

Preparing Lebanon's brightest tech stars for global success

Friday, 13 Nov
Some of Lebanon's fastest growing tech entrepreneurs will train at UCL School of Management as part of a six-month international accelerator programme.

Making economics engaging: Peter Antonioni takes to the stage at Kilkenomics

Thursday, 5 Nov
Senior Teaching Fellow, Peter Antonioni, is set to appear alongside some of the world’s leading economists and financial analysts at this year's Kilkenomics festival.

New Canary Wharf location to open in 2016

Tuesday, 3 Nov
The UCL School of Management is proud to announce the creation of a new state-of-the-art teaching and research centre to develop a new generation of entrepreneurial leaders.

Why UK universities should cultivate more of a university spirit

Tuesday, 27 Oct
A stronger sense of university spirit could improve students' academic engagement and help improve the overall student experience, a study has found.

Tech companies share key industry trends with students

Thursday, 22 Oct
Leading technology companies SAP, Accenture, IBM and Goldman Sachs yesterday presented to management students on the key critical trends affecting the sector − from the Internet of Things and Big Data, to Cloud and Cybersecurity.

Sir Richard Branson awards start-up by alumni

Thursday, 8 Oct
Sir Richard Branson announces Double Dutch founders and School of Management alumni, Raissa and Joyce de Haas, winners at the Virgin StartUp 2015 Foodpreneur Festival.

UCL introduces Chinese MBA students to London's Tech City

Tuesday, 6 Oct
The UCL School of Management recently hosted Peking University MBA students on a entrepreneurship and innovation study tour of London.

Having the 'right' connections only gets you so far

Thursday, 1 Oct
Working with a highly reputable corporate leader may only help your career in the short term, a joint UCL study has found.
In the Media

School Director interviewed on FT.com

Friday, 18 Sep
Director Bert De Reyck speaks with Della Bradshaw, FT Business Education Editor, on the launch of the UCL School of Management.
In the Media

UCL School of Management featured in Financial Times

Tuesday, 4 Aug
The launch of the UCL School of Management featured in the Business Education section of the ft.com on 30th July 2015.

Launch of the UCL School of Management

Sunday, 2 Aug
The UCL School of Management was established on 1st August 2015, significantly expanding UCL’s research and teaching in business and management, and with a focus on innovation, technology management, analytics, and entrepreneurship.

Dr Rikke Duus discusses the dangers of intelligent data

Monday, 20 Jul
Rikke Duus writes in The Conversation around intuitive technologies and how they may pose a danger to what it means to be human.

Dr. Marco Aponte-Moreno and Lance Lattig publish in The Conversation

Wednesday, 24 Jun
Senior Teaching Fellow Dr. Marco Aponte-Moreno and Teaching Fellow Lance Lattig have published an article in The Conversation this week. The piece explores the relationship between the Brazilian President, Dilma Rousseff, and her Venezuelan counterpart, Nicolas Maduro, in light of an increasingly unstable political climate in both countries.

Rikke Duus' article for The Conversation reaches 700,000 views

Tuesday, 23 Jun
An article written by Rikke Duus for The Conversation has become the most read article to date from a UCL contributor.

Tingliang Huang wins best paper award

Tuesday, 5 May
A paper written by Tingliang Huang has won the 2014 Wickham Skinner Best Paper Award of the Production and Operations Management (POM) Journal.

Fantasy Frontbench — Giving the public a way to directly compare politicians

Thursday, 23 Apr
A political tech start-up run by departmental learning technologist Matt Smith. Compare politicians on the issues that matter most to you.

Former MSc TE students create unique Android app for House of Fraser

Wednesday, 18 Feb
House of Fraser, a leading UK premium department store group, has launched an Android app powered by the Poq Studio platform, a startup company founded by former MSc Technology Entrepreneurship students.

Europe-wide new initiative to enhance small business growth

Sunday, 1 Feb
OPENISME, a new initiative designed to improve access for small business to the expertise that universities can provide as a way to boost their growth.