In autumn 2014 a very interesting opportunity presented itself, when Oulu Business School was invited to join a delegation travelling to Moscow in October. Oulu Business School is internationalizing strongly, and so our mission and profile of an international, multidisciplinary and research based business school with a global mindset took me on a journey to Moscow.
Business Kitchen is the University of Oulu’s and Oulu University of Applied Sciences’ entrepreneurship hub, and one of the main organizers of Polar Bear Pitching. Business Kitchen brings together students and entrepreneurs under one roof in the center of Oulu. Business Kitchen is part of Martti Ahtisaari Institute of Global Business and Economics.
Globally Responsible Business - OBS’ new course on responsibility and sustainability in global business conduct
‘Globally responsible business’ or ‘sustainable business’, as it is often referred to, has become a buzz-word both in scientific discussions and the world of business professionals and stakeholders. Rightly so, as past and present societal disparities and environmental catastrophes often are influenced by business conduct and the larger frameworks they take part in.
I, Abdul Kareem Mohamed Ashraf passed the public defense of doctoral dissertation on 17th Dec 2014 at Oulu Business School (OBS) department of marketing.
My name is Waqar Nadeem and I am the coordinator for the International Master’s Programme in Marketing (MM) at Oulu Business School. Why should I choose to study the Marketing programme at Oulu Business School? This might be the most important question that you might ponder upon.
My name is Enni Ruokamo and I am the coordinator for the International Master’s Programme in Economics (ME) at Oulu Business School. This short blog is directed towards those who are interested in our ME programme starting in autumn 2015.
In the areas of economics and business coming up with new fresh research ideas requires a great deal of creativity. For this reason, exchange of thoughts with foreign colleagues as well as international academic experience is of high importance in the university life.
IBM Programme Coordinator Irene Lehto co-organized the FIGSIB 2014 Doctoral Tutorial on 3rd and 4th of November, also presenting her own research at the event.
Academic traditions are an important part of the university community’s cohesion and they have also an important part in passing history on for the next generations. The most dignified of them all is the student guild’s annual party, where past is remembered, future is peeked at and spirit of the society is enjoyed.
MF Programme Coordinator Andrew Conlin attended Dr. Seppo Honkapohja's lecture on monetary policy and financial crises at Oulu Business School on 30th October.