The University was rated number one for graduate employability by the Times Higher Education Magazine last year and also featured in the top three for teaching excellence in a preliminary study ahead of the TEF (Teaching Excellence Framework).
The lovingly-restored Leicester Castle was the star of the show for history buffs as De Montfort University Leicester (DMU) played host to the latest open day in the Heritage Sundays series.
Being selected was a shock in itself for a Leicester Castle Business School hockey player, but last month Matt Lilley was in the starting line-up as he represented his country
Mayor of Leicester Peter Soulsby recently told Leicester Castle Business School students about the time that he staked one of the biggest gambles of his career on a set of old bones.
Business Management in Sport MSc students explored Olympic stadiums, toured the home of Bayern Munich and attended the BMW Open tennis tournament on a recent academic trip to Germany.
De Montfort University and Leicester Castle Business School are proud to announce that our new and exciting Postgraduate Certificate in Professional Coaching will launch in September 2017*.
Leicester Castle Business School students attended talks at prestigious educational institutes and met with entrepreneurs behind thriving independent businesses as part of their American experience.
Students at Leicester Castle Business School (LCBS) are getting a push start in their sports heritage module thanks to a project with the British Bobsleigh & Skeleton Association (BBSA).
Janet Mui CFA, a global economist from an international wealth management firm Cazenove Capital Management (CCM) will share insider tips on how to break into the industry with students in Leicester Castle later today.
Leicester Castle Business School will continue to champion the business community as the headline partner of the Leicester Business Festival for the next three years.
When one of the world’s most successful theatre owners and producers gives you an insight into how to run a prosperous business, you can’t help but sit up and take notice.
Students and staff are invited to join the Vice-Chancellor at the first event to be held in Leicester Castle Business School following its recently-completed £4.2 million restoration.