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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 … Read more >

Economics student speeds into highest female ranking in World Karting Finals

Buckingham student Abi Birch sped her way into the SWS World Karting Finals, becoming the highest-placed woman in the competition and ranking 12th in the world. Abi, 20, a first-year Economics student at the University of Buckingham, achieved her placing … Read more >

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 … Read more >

Students Union President hosts Leader of the House of Commons on campus visit

The University of Buckingham was honoured to host the Leader of the House of Commons, Andrea Leadsom, after Students Union President Shayne Tshabalala invited her and organised the visit. Students had the chance to participate in a Q&A and spend … Read more >

School pupils experience codebreaking and augmented reality at Buckingham

Head of Applied Computing Dr Harin Sellahewa and Dr Tuan Nguyen delivered the interactive codebreaking session at school for the 22 students. Nick Davidson, Year 6 teacher at the school, near Buckingham, said: “The sessions were excellently resourced and delivered. … Read more >

Festival of Higher Education is the biggest yet

The third Festival of Higher Education held at the University of Buckingham, was the most well attended to date. More than 50 speakers over the two days discussed important issues currently facing the higher education sector. Topics discussed included mental … Read more >

Father of Bristol University student suicide victim to unveil his “suicide prevention pledge” at Buckingham Festival of Higher Education

James Murray, whose son Ben tragically died last month in Bristol, has drawn up a ten-point plan to try to get universities to change the way they treat youngsters struggling with mental health on campus. He has been working with … Read more >

Buckingham top of the class for Staff Student Ratio in Guardian rankings

The University of Buckingham has been ranked in the top 20 for all six subject areas featured in the Guardian University Guide 2019, and in the top 10 for four subjects. Buckingham has come in the top ten for Accounting … Read more >

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 … Read more >

Fourth Education Revolution sounds the death knell for exams and lecture halls

The death of exams, the end of the lecture hall, will Oxford University become redundant and will universities still exist in the future? – the massive impact of AI in education is the subject of a compelling new book by … Read more >

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