News

News and announcements from the Chartered ABS on external affairs, government policy and developments affecting the sector.

Call for papers: International student sojourner

Editors of the International Journal of Management Education (IJME) Special Issue, which explores the reasons influencing a student’s decision to engage in university level study abroad,invite studies that provide practical perspectives, with examples of effective practice.

Newcastle University appoints new Business School Director

Professor Sharon Mavin joins as the new director of its Business School.

Jo Johnson meets Chartered ABS Council

The Minister's first meeting with business school deans.

Research income for business schools – report published

Our latest analysis of research income for Business & Management research.

Spring is the time of plans and projects: Professional Managers’ Committee report

The new format of the PMAC conference was discussed in this meeting. Find out more here.

Executive Education Committee new members

Seven new members join the Chartered ABS Executive Education Committee.

New Chair for Professional Managers’ Committee

The latest developments in the Chartered ABS Professional Managers' Committee.

New members join the LTSE Committee

Find out the latest on the Chartered ABS Learning, Teaching & Student Experience Committee.

Policy update from our Chief Executive

Anne Kiem gives an update on the latest in Government Policy and relevant activities here at the Chartered ABS.

CIPD: Research tender invitations for three complementary studies

The CIPD is currently commissioning three separate but complementary research studies. Deadline: 20 February

Annette Cast appointed Dean of UEL’s Royal Docks School of Business and Law

Annette Cast joins UEL's Royal Docks School of Business and Law in April as the new Dean.

Growth Hub in Cirencester will unlock local business potential

A new Growth Hub in Cirencester will strengthen the Gloucestershire business community by providing innovative business support.

Education and Training Foundation: Invitation to Tender for Training Programme

The Education and Training Foundation are seeking an established provider of training and development for senior finance managers, with a national reputation for excellence.

Invitation to Tender: Education and Training Foundation Leadership Programme

The Education and Training Foundation are seeking an established provider of senior executive training, with a national reputation for excellence, to co-design, develop and deliver the professional development programme for “top leaders” in the education and training sector.

Invitation to tender: Transformational change in higher education

The Leadership Foundation has opened invitations to tender for a new project, 'Transformational change in higher education' comprising a series of case studies generated through mining large-scale change programmes that have completed in a variety of institutional types. Deadline: 5pm on Monday 30…

How business school graduates fare after graduation

Our report, based on DfE and HESA data, on how Business and Administrative studies students fare after graduation draws promising conclusions in regards to their employment prospects.

Professional Managers’ Conference highlights

An overview of our highly productive Professional Managers' Annual Conference, in which discussions focused on the impact of change and reorganisation, centralisation, leadership and management skills and much more.

Help define Scopus’ new basket of metrics

The basket of metrics that researchers and their evaluators expect to use is becoming larger and more varied. Can you help Scopus by defining new metrics through this survey?

Invitation to Tender: Education and Training Foundation

The Education and Training Foundation are seeking an established provider of senior executive training to define the requirement for a developmental programme for “top leaders” in the education and training sector.

Chinese university seeking cooperation with UK university for new school

An opportunity for a UK university to collaborate with a Chinese university in some key areas: big data, computer science, statistics, mathematics, economics or management.