Our academic community, made up of a diverse range of skilled researchers and experienced industry professionals, have created a series of workshops designed to give your students a taste of what life is like at Lincoln International Business School, and to get them excited about the prospect of studying business at university.
The workshops we’ve put together cover all of our programme areas to make it easier for you to identify the sessions that are of interest to your students, as well as align with your curriculum and current teaching, whilst also exploring contemporary issues affecting the world of business.
These sessions can be delivered virtually and we’re looking forward to being able to deliver these face to face, either at your campus or here at the University of Lincoln, once conditions and government guidelines allow.
In addition to our programme areas, we’re also offering workshops in two fundamental areas of university life - global experiences and employability. Enabling students to broaden their horizon with the freedom to explore and expand cultural boundaries, develop business acumen, and cultivate a range of skills sought after by employers.
These workshops explore a range of topics around accounting, finance, and economics from big-picture discussion about the overall economy, to understanding the purpose of accounting and using accounting interpretation skills on company financial statements, through to the future of finance covering key trends and financial innovations such as Fintech, Bigtech, and digital currencies.
These workshops explore a variety of leadership, management, and logistics topics with discussions ranging from the challenges we face in delivering goods around the world in an environmentally sustainable way through to looking at strategy and strategic concepts, motivation theory, and management and leadership styles.
Our marketing workshops look at some of the fundamental areas of marketing. We explore things such as consumer behaviour and the decision-making process customers go through when purchasing products, how technology is shaping marketing, and a deep dive into understanding what branding really is.
These workshops explore the sustainability of event tourism in a post Covid-19 world, how a robust communication strategy can deliver operational success to an event, and the development of sports and how sport impacts society.