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Understanding behavioural  economics

Francisco Marco-Serrano, Senior Lecturer in Economics at GSM London,  discusses the importance of behavioural economics.

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How higher education can change your career

Andrew Falconer, Director of Employability and Careers for students at GSM London, discusses how ‘the benefits of higher education are present whatever your age group.’

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What are the UK’s most desirable jobs?

Chris Gale, Dean of the Faculty of Social Science, Law and Technology at GSM London tells Go Think Big: ‘the best part of the job is seeing students develop’

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Campus close-up: GSM London (Times Higher Education) -John Morgan

Unhindered by league tables, a for-profit business-focused institution says it is happily widening participation.

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Women at Business School (Financial Times) – Alison Wheaton

Alison Wheaton is the Chief executive of GSM London,  Alison talks to Charlotte Clarke from the Financial Times

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Universities and management schools need to start thinking more like businesses (HR Magazine) – Alison Wheaton

Higher education institutions are not known for their robust business models, but that needs to change. Universities and management schools need to start thinking more like businesses and learning from leading private sector organisations.

Level the playing field for private providers (Times Higher Education) – William Hunt

Deputy chairman of  GSM London, William Hunt talks to Time Higher Education

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