GSM London

Struggling to find a job as a student or recent graduate? You’re not alone. At GSM London our Careers team offers services designed to help students and graduates such as yourself to transition from life as an academic student towards meaningful employment. The Careers department are very dedicated to their job, which means they are …

Continue reading Finding Meaningful Employment

GSM London
overseas students plane

A book, titled ‘Studying Abroad: Challenges and Opportunities, published by Dr Naushaba Singh, the Academic Lead on our Post Graduate Programme, has been described as “an essential read” by our Provost, Debi Hayes. Tell us what it’s about! The book describes Dr Singh’s qualitative research into the experience of MBA students from Bangladesh studying in …

Continue reading An essential read for overseas students

GSM London

On November 2nd, Greenwich Dance Theatre saw GSM London host its annual Careers Fair. The Fair, open to all students and alumni, boasted 35 exhibitors each representing an array of employers. Could it get any better?! Yes of course. Running from 12 noon to 3pm, we decided to treat those who attended with the serving …

Continue reading Annual Careers Fair

GSM London
Sir Alan Sugar
Apprentice Series 4 2008
Apprentice Series 4

Are you a Sir Winston Churchill or Lord Alan Sugar? Turning management into leadership. The gulf between management and leadership can be quite vast. Turning management into leadership within the business world is a skill that should never be neglected – so before you determine whether you’re a Churchill or a Sir Alan, let’s take a look …

Continue reading Are you a Sir Churchill or Lord Sugar?

GSM London

It’s all change for the face of MBA degrees in the country if the latest figures are to be believed. Business students appear to be starting to favour specialised business masters programmes and while the MBA is still the postgraduate degree of choice for many looking to gain higher access into the business management sector, …

Continue reading MBA degrees face changing demographic