Occupational, private, stakeholder, state, SERPS, contracted in, contracted out, State Second Pension, group personal pension, workplace pension, SIPPs, SSASs……these are just some of the many types of pensions that people may have. Confused? If so, you are not alone. Pensions are very complex and a highly technical area of financial planning. Their purpose is […]Read more "Pension Myths"
Congratulations to Archan Mehta and Zoe New won the award of Best Practice in Promoting Equality and Diversity at this years University Awards. Most Engaging Module: Flora Derounian, module tutor for Visual Culture and the Information Society Best Academic Feedback: Michael Isles, Senior Lecturer in Social Work Most Innovative or Creative Teaching Style: Carl Halford, […]Read more "Archan and Zoe win award"
Given the rapid ongoing changes to the way individuals and institutions interact in society, debates on the purpose, content and means of teaching and learning have intensified. There is no argument that technology is a key driver of change in education with most of the laudable advances riding on the proliferation, reduction in cost and […]Read more "The past, the present and the future"
Monday 21st May 2-4.30pm Park Campus (TC007) Met and talk to employers with graduate roles starting this summer Practice interview and networking skills Find out more and book your place via the Future Plan portal Graduate Job Hunting Event Slide 210518 (002)Read more "Graduate Job Hunting"
Accounting Students will be presenting their project on the 14th June for the LIFT LAB Programme. LIFT LAB Programme 14June2018 Students in level 4 and 5 have been working together and in partnership with Mai Handicrafts a Vietnamese social enterprise who are income generating and educational project for poor and disadvantaged women. It provides employment and […]Read more "Accounting students to present"
In March, a group of level five accounting students travelled to Ho Chi Minh city, Vietnam for a week to experience the culture, international business trade and network with the university of finance and economics (U.E.F) students. In amongst various cultural trips, including the Mekong Delta, Cu Chi Tunnels and War Remmants Museum, the students […]Read more "Level 5 students visit Vietnam"
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Everyone should be somewhat familiar with the 5p charge on plastic bags, or more formally, the levy imposed by the Single Use Carrier Bags Charges (England) Order 2015. Large businesses, which are defined as retailers who have 250 or more employees, are required to charge for single-use plastic…