GBSN Member Schools

ESCA Ecole de Management, First African Member of HERMES Universities Network

where partners from 5 continents work closely on several collaborations, aiming at offering their communities various opportunities of exchanges, joint research, and dual degrees.  The 28 HERMES Universities partners also work on common study programmes and innovative initiatives to enrich their students and faculty abroad experiences. Being part of this prestigious Network is the result… Read more >

Elizabeth Eldridge is Awarded the Best Thesis Award 2020

This research project was conducted in collaboration with Farm Radio International, a Canadian non-profit organization working with community-based radio broadcasters across Sub-Saharan Africa, to improve smallholder farmers’ knowledge on a variety of topics including agricultural techniques and rural development. The thesis focuses on how the organization of agricultural input supply chains contributes to the poverty… Read more >

Peaqs Selected to the GSV Cup Elite 200

Peaqs was selected from a global applicant pool of 750+ companies, the largest application pool for the GSV Cup yet. More than 175 judges from leading venture capital firms and strategic partners in digital learning like Accel, General Atlantic, Reach Capital, and Owl Ventures, among others, used rigorous criteria to determine the 200 most promising… Read more >

Double Win for GBSN Partner Peaqs: Shortlisted as Top 200 Global EdTech Companies & Taking Home a Prize at the Wharton-QS Reimagine Education Awards

London 10th December: 2021’s most exciting, effective new approaches to teaching and learning have been announced by QS Quacquarelli Symonds and The Wharton School, after a gruelling competition comprising eight months, 1350 applicants, and five rounds of close expert scrutiny: the Reimagine Education Awards.
Danish edtech, Peaqs, is proud to announce taking home the silver award… Read more >

Social Business Creation: Proof of the School’s Leadership in Social Innovation

The grand finale was held in the Amphithéâtre Banque Nationale on October 1. Nearly one third of the finalists for this 6th edition were on hand. The finalists from the 2020 edition, who could not travel to Canada last year because of the COVID-19 pandemic, also attended. Another difference this year was that the competition received exceptional… Read more >

Elliott, Davis recognized for contributions to educational diversity

In recognition of their efforts to advance diversity in education, Gies College of Business Associate Dean Brooke Elliott and alumna Dr. Airies Davis (MBA ‘13) were awarded the Educational Diversity Impact Award at the 15th annual Egretha Awards gala held December 4 at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago.

Leeds Students Reach the Final of International Business Agility Lab

Leeds International Business students Adelina Argilashka and Dongjian Wu reached the final of the International Business Agility Lab hosted by the University of Maryland, USA. Leeds University Business School offers congratulations to International Business students Adelina Argilashka and Dongjian Wu who reached the final of the International Business (IB) Agility Labs Case challenge, hosted by the University of… Read more >

(Back to) the Future of Business Education

While most of these fictional inventions have not (yet) become reality in the 21st century, a multitude of other, much deeper changes have occurred, and not just between the 1980’s and now: many have happened in just the past 20 years.  In 2000, businesses relied on faxes more than emails, phones were not “smart” and… Read more >