[29 Sep 2014] In less than two minutes research fellow Yonas Alem spreads the word of University of Gothenburg, the Environment for Development initiative, and research related to sustainable development. Check out the video from the IGC Growth Week 2014 at the London School of Economics and Political Science:
[29 Sep 2014] During year 2 within the Master of Science programme Knowledge-based Entrepreneurship, teams of students are engaged in developing a business project or social entrepreneurship project in connection with their courses. These projects can be ideas generated by the students, or ideas that arise externally. GU Holding provides business coaching and additional support for these projects. Two of the students, Regina Roeper and Simon Arvidsson, have together with 3 students from Chalmers created the startup project Capturest. The project has received funding from GU holding to help finance the project.
[25 Sep 2014] The School of Business, Economics and Law welcomes 316 new students to their Master's programmes. 75 of the Master's students are international, including 14 fee-paying students.
[9 Sep 2014] Region Västra Götaland, VGR, has decided to continue its co-financing of the School's Master's programme in Knowledge-based Entrepreneurship (KBE).
[20 Aug 2014] On September 1-2, the Chinese Economic Association (CEA) holds its annual conference at the School of Business, Economics and Law, Gothenburg. This year institutions and development will be in focus.