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24 August 2018

University of Buckingham welcomes new signing, Clay Anderson from Milton Keynes Lightning Ice Hockey Team

A new member of the Smith Recycling Milton Keynes Lightning ice hockey team will be starting an MBA at the University of Buckingham in September. Clay was a key member of the defence whilst playing for Harvard University during his…

30 July 2018

Co-hosting the 21st QMOD-ICQSS Conference in Cardiff

This summer the University of Buckingham co-hosted the 21st QMOD-ICQSS Conference in Cardiff. QMOD is the largest international Quality Management and Organisational Development conference that attracts around 200 delegates. The main theme was ‘Challenges and Opportunities of Quality in the 4th…

20 July 2018

World’s First BSc in Operational Excellence

The University of Buckingham’s Buckingham Lean Enterprise Department (BLEU), together with Reinvigoration Ltd have launched the World’s First Online Bachelor of Science in Operational Excellence. This programme is the brainchild of Professor Pauline Found, who has been working in collaboration…

12 July 2018

Notes from a Small Island – “If you change the way you look at things”

Written by Ed Clements, Programme Director, MSc Lean Enterprise MODULE 4 – Demand, Capacity & Flow Part 2 “If you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change.” Max Planck This is a quote from…

18 May 2018

A student’s perspective of studying the MSc Lean Enterprise Programme – Tomato Wisdom!

“Knowledge is knowing that a tomato is a fruit, wisdom is not putting it in a fruit salad.” The renowned tomato quote from Miles Kington has won out as the best of the reflections from week two of the 2018…

18 January 2018

Enterprising Buckingham students help launch new entrepreneurship guidance

A University of Buckingham student and a graduate talked about their experiences of entrepreneurship at the launch of new advice for students from the QAA. The new guidance captures the latest thinking on how to embed entrepreneurship and enterprise in…

8 December 2017

Buckingham lecturers invent the world’s first flushable camera drain pill

Two University of Buckingham lecturers have won a global innovation prize for devising a novel solution to alleviate the problem of smelly drains and detect other problems in sewers – a tiny, flushable camera pill. Professor Darrell Mann and Kobus…

9 August 2017

University of Buckingham tops the National Student Survey (NSS) for Student Satisfaction

The University of Buckingham has come top in the UK for student satisfaction in the National Student Survey (NSS) for the eighth time since it started taking part 12 years ago. Britain’s first not-for-profit independent university, which recently celebrated its…

22 June 2017

University of Buckingham gets gold standard in teaching excellence awards

The University of Buckingham has come at the top of the rankings in the first-ever Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) rankings. The government has assessed universities on six key criteria including teaching quality, academic support, student progression, employability and success and…

26 May 2017

University of Buckingham forms new partnership with MK Lightning

Smith Recycling Milton Keynes Lightning is proud to announce a new partnership with the University of Buckingham. This comes as the club embarks on the exciting challenge of competing in the top tier of UK ice hockey for the first…

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May 2011: Supply Chain Management students make company visit

Students at DHL BicesterOn Wednesday 4th May a group of 16 Supply Chain Management students made a visit to the DHL logistics operations facility in Bicester. This was an opportunity to see a real “logistics operation” in practice. During the visit we were shown how the organisation works, and shown both the goods receipting and storage processes, and forward logistics to the retailers. Read more