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AMBA re-accreditation cements Kingston Business School's position among international elite

AMBA re-accreditation cements Kingston Business School's position among international elite

Kingston Business School's place among the top business institutions internationally has been confirmed with AMBA re-accreditation of its MBA, DBA and MSc in International Business Management up to 2023.

SpaceX: Sending cars to Mars is fun – but reusable rocket could eventually help solve world's energy problems, says Kingston University space expert

SpaceX: Sending cars to Mars is fun – but reusable rocket could eventually help solve world's energy problems, says Kingston University space expert

Kingston University rocket expert says successful launch of SpaceX's Falcon Heavy will make huge difference to reducing cost of reaching orbit – and could even help harness solar power from space in years to come

Post-Brexit Britain – agile and innovative or sleeping museum? Kingston School of Art Dean says creative industries key to nation's future

Post-Brexit Britain – agile and innovative or sleeping museum? Kingston School of Art Dean says creative industries key to nation's future

Professor Colin Rhodes backs the energy and entrepreneurship of the sector as defining characteristics of a successful nation and explodes some of the myths about art education.

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The Language of Anti-Doping: Performance-enhancing or inhibiting drugs?

The Language of Anti-Doping: Performance-enhancing or inhibiting drugs?
Monday 19 February 2018

Top level sport faces considerable challenges in the fight against doping. Tony Cunningham, Senior Manager Education at the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) in Montreal, Canada will talk about the importance of language in anti-doping policies, codes and rules. This timely event will also offer a unique opportunity for interested staff and students to ask questions and discuss anti-doping issues during the events of the XXIII Olympic Winter Games.

Creating a Culture that Performs: From Research to Practice

Creating a Culture that Performs: From Research to Practice
Wednesday 14 March 2018

This is the fifth in a series of "From Research to Practice" seminars jointly organised by Kingston Business School and the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD). The key feature of these seminars is that they bring together academic experts from Kingston University and leading practitioners.

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