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Postgraduate end of year social event

Friday, July 13th, 2012

Management School Postgraduate staff and students enjoyed a relaxing evening celebrating the end of the academic year on Friday 6th July at the ICOSS centre.

MSc, MBA and PhD students were invited to attend this special evening to network with fellow students and staff, and join in the celebration of all of the hard work of the staff, students, alumni and friends of the school over the past year.

The evening also provided a chance for students to get to know about alumni benefits and services available to them after completing their studies,  and information about how they can continue their relationship with the school by joining the alumni network. Professor Lenny Koh, Associate Dean of Alumni Relations, welcomed guests and gave a short talk about the recent achievements and developments at the Management School, and how alumni can keep in touch with the School and University.

PG end of year social 2012

See more photos from the evening at: http://www.flickr.com/photos/59267356@N02/sets/72157630555810308/with/7561322190/

You can find more information about Alumni Relations at the Management School at: http://www.shef.ac.uk/management/alumni

Congratulations to all Management School Postgraduates who celebrated on 13th January

Thursday, January 26th, 2012

The Management School were pleased to congratulate all Postgraduate Students who graduated earlier this month on 13th January. The School held a special celebratory ceremony at Mappin Hall.

Management School staff joined the recent graduands and their families at Mappin Hall to celebrate their achievement with a bite to eat and drinks. The ceremony was well attended and guests were welcomed by the Dean of the School Prof Keith Glaister who gave a short congratulatory speech followed by Linda Lewis, Associate Dean for Learning and Teaching and Prof Lenny Koh, Associate Dean for Alumni Affairs. Also on hand to give advice and answer any questions was the School’s Careers Adviser.

The ceremony was an opportunity for the recent graduands to celebrate and share their successes with friends, colleagues and family, and a chance for the Management School staff to show their congratulations and appreciation of all of the hard work over the past year or more. Presentations of certificates also took place to recognise the high achievements of the School’s graduands:

  • Chartered Institute of Marketing Prize for Marketing for the best MBA Project in the area of Marketing – Announced by Linda Lewis and presented by Giovanna Battiston
  • P & A Prizes for Organisational Leadership for best overall performance in Experiencing Enterprise, New Venture Planning and the final project on the MBA course – Announced by Linda Lewis and presented by Ian Wigfield & Laurie Beagle
  • Geoff Sykes Memorial Prize for best overall performance on the MBA programme – Announced by Linda Lewis and presented by John Cullen
  • Chartered Insitute of Personnel Development Prize for best overall performance across the MSc HRM Programme – Announced by Linda Lewis and presented by Pat Bursto

We would like congratulate all our recent graduates on their brilliant achievement and wish them all the best for the future.

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See more photos of the ceremony here

MSc in Human Resource Management receives CIPD accreditation

Friday, February 27th, 2009

The School’s MSc in Human Resource Management has been accredited by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development. This means that graduates of the programme will be eligible for Graduate Membership, and can then progress to Chartered status on obtaining the requisite work experience.

CIPD Graduate Membership opens up a wide range of careers for graduates of the Sheffield MSc HRM. The School’s CIPD Centre status confirms the excellence of its teaching and research in the field, and the relevance of learning for practice.