Latest league tables confirm UK ‘top tier’ status! Published earlier this year, both the 2018 Complete University Guide and Guardian University Guide have ranked our programmes in the Top 13. Both tables score over 120 universities on a range of aspects, including teaching and course satisfaction, graduate career prospects and staff-to-student ratio. Our standout rankings from The Complete University Guide include: • 1st for Librarianship and information Management • 8th for Business and Management Studies • 8th for Accounting and Finance • 12th for Economics Our standout rankings in the Guardian University Guide include: • 5th for Accounting and Finance • 7th for Business Management and Marketing • 13th for Economics Loughborough University has also been voted as offering students the best return on their investment in the UK, having been named the ‘Best Value University in the Country’ in a new independent study. And just recently, the University was honoured to receive Gold in the 2017 Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) for its outstanding teaching, student support and graduate destinations.
New SBE extension planned The School is currently in the planning phase of building a new wing of the SBE to house academic offices, doctoral researchers, a behavioural research lab, meeting rooms and a full-service cafe. With funding campaigns being discussed by the Dean and the SBE’s Strategic Advisory Board, do contact Professor Stewart Robinson if you would like to engage with us on this exciting new project.
Management Sciences student wins multiple awards for social action project Jake Brown, a Management Sciences student, has been awarded Entrepreneurial Undergraduate of the Year and the TS Shipman Prize for his social action project, Utilise. The Utilise project, which has been run in Loughborough Town for the past year, works in partnership with local supermarkets to help reduce food waste. By redirecting usable food that would otherwise be thrown away, Utilise turns that food into the nutritious meals that are served at a cafe each Saturday in Loughborough on a ‘pay-as-you-feel’ basis. Jake received the TS Shipman prize at the latest Loughborough University annual community prize awards which honours outstanding student volunteers and community groups. Jake has also received an individual recognition in the Enactus regional competition this year. Next year, Jake is embarking on an industrial placement year and will be handing over the Utilise project to a new committee. Congratulations, Jake!
Loughborough University School of Business and Economics Bi-Annual Magazine