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The new BSc in Business Administration of the Royal Holloway University of London (RHUL) is running smoothly. Students should submit their first summative courseworks by latest 17 February 2020.
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Five students have successfully completed the Master of Business Administration that we jointly deliver with the University of the West of Scotland (UWS). The students may elect to graduate in Scotland in June 2020 and/or at UniSey in November 2020.
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Malshini Senaratne has co-authored – with Dr. Zimbroff of the University of Lincoln-Nebraska, her first-ever article entitled: The Blue Economy in the Indian Ocean – A Literature Review. The article is published by the Seychelles Research Journal.
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Throughout the month of July, lecturers of the Business Department visited BSc in Business Administration interns in various local organisations. On 31 July 2019, MBA students gave oral presentations, to a panel of lecturers, on their group assignments of the “New venture creation and business creativity and creation” module.
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Dhivya Pillay has been appointed as Lecturer in Business Administration. She holds a Master degree in Business Administration with Human Resource Management. She has a strong interest in International Human Resource Management (IHRM), competency mapping and operations management. Her first degree was in the field of electrical and electronics engineering. She has led some local...
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Dhivya Pillay has been appointed to represent the faculty in the national financial education strategy youth working group. The group is developing financial education programmes and activities targeting students in primary, secondary and tertiary education institutions. It is led by the financial education secretariat of the central bank of Seychelles.
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As part of the ‘Creativity and Business Wealth’ module of the UWS MBA programme, Mr. Roger Desnousse and his students  mounted an exhibition on the Anse Royale campus on some past and current technological innovations, including the typewriter, desktop and laptop computers, record and cassette players, diskette, compact disk, pen and external drives, analogue and...
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Paul Kangethe and six MBA students have submitted research proposals on integrated reporting, a case study of Hilton Seychelles. Reports on the approved investigations are expected to be presented in the December 2019 conference on environmental sustainability within the hospitality industry , which UniSey is jointly organising with Hilton Seychelles.
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Three of the seven students who earlier this year successfully completed the Master in Business Administration (MBA) degree that the faculty jointly delivers with the University of West Scotland (UWS) participated in the UWS graduation ceremony in Scotland.
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