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31 Glasgow School for Business and Society Glasgow School for Business and Society Glasgow School for Business and Society brings together the disciplines of business, law and social sciences. The School offers a wide range of taught programmes in distinct disciplines, such as business, management, law and social sciences, as well as in niche areas, including accountancy, banking, investment and risk, fashion marketing, digital brand marketing, TV fiction writing, tourism, multimedia journalism, events and sports management. Learning for the real world Our approach, focused on the future employability of our graduates, is supported by our links with industry, bringing ‘real life’ into the classroom through live business projects and case studies, guest speakers and visits to industry, as well as formal and informal student work placement opportunities. Through our cutting-edge research, professional body accreditations and commitment to learning for the real world, we support, challenge and inspire our students, drawn from home and abroad, at our locations in Glasgow, London and New York. We encourage them to be creative in their thinking, international in their outlook and innovative in their actions. We are committed to nurturing enterprise, promoting social responsibility and enabling people to fulfil leadership roles in business and the community. Developing responsible leadership Taking inspiration from the University motto, ‘For the Common Weal’, the School contributes to the common good of business and society in a variety of ways including our commitment to the principles of responsible management. The University is a signatory to the United Nations Global Compact-backed initiative known as the Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME). Glasgow School for Business and Society equips its students with the knowledge, skills and awareness required to be both successful and responsible citizens and leaders. Academic support We are committed to providing the very best support for our students. The School’s Learning Development Centre (LDC) provides advice and support in academic writing, English for academic purposes and general study skills. Our highly experienced academic development tutors are happy to meet students on a one-to-one basis or in small groups. For further information, visit www. gcu.ac.uk/gsbs/ldc/contactus


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