Hello there! I hope everyone is having a good weekend. Apologies for the never ending title. For all of you out there who want to apply for the Management Studies course and are not sure what to expect, this is the blog post for you. I will be giving you an overview of what your […]
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Hello everyone! Following my last post which was about why the University of Leicester is, in my opinion, the ideal place to study, this post is going to focus on the Leicester School of Management in specific. The university is popular for its unique approach to teaching with its Leicester Model to management studies. […]
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Hello fellow ULSM Distance Learners! The School of Management has recently released new regulations for students registered on post-November 2012 cohorts. In summary, the new regulations will require that students follow a structured timetable of learning – indeed this is a major change to the course method of delivery (existing students will attest to this). […]
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Sometimes I feel that Segmentation (marketing concept) is a survival instinct of human beings; people create groups – religious and non-religious, because it creates niche space for themselves. If we look at the caste system of India, where each vocation has a caste, validates the above point of view.