Strathclyde Business School has formed a partnership with one of Scotland’s largest companies, Standard Life, by delivering a tailored business programme designed specifically for supporting advisers in the transition of their business to RDR readiness.
Scotland’s Energy Minister Fergus Ewing visited the University of Strathclyde this week to meet with key stakeholders from the Energy Technology Partnership (ETP) as more than 300 small and medium enterprises (SMEs) get set to benefit from a £3 million investment.
Strathclyde Business School will open its doors on Monday 12 March for a postgraduate information day.
Scottish businesses are to benefit from a £10m investment in expert research and development support from leading universities and colleges under an energy and low carbon investment scheme.
The Universities of Strathclyde and Glasgow have received £3m in funding to become a hub for postgraduate training in biosciences in the West of Scotland.
High flying entrepreneurs from the University of Strathclyde were recognised at an awards ceremony in Glasgow this week as a graduate of the University returned to inspire the business hopefuls of the future.
The University has enjoyed a series of successes at the annual life science awards presented by Nexxus, the networking organisation for Scotland's life scientists.
A pioneering research institute to drive forward the search for new and better medicines - and inspire the scientists of tomorrow - opened at the University of Strathclyde this week (Monday 31 October 2011).
A young engineering researcher and budding entrepreneur from Strathclyde has triumphed against academics across Scotland to win a £45,000 prize in a unique business challenge - and is now preparing to spin-out his company, Bellrock Technology.
The University of Strathclyde's Business School has strengthened its links with international industries by entering into an executive education and research partnership with global leading energy-services company Senergy.