Business experts at Leicester Castle Business School are preparing a packed programme of events for the 2017 Leicester Business Festival.
Leicester Castle Business School are the headline sponsor for this year’s Leicester Business Festival, the region’s biggest business event.
The sympathetic restoration of Leicester Castle Business School has put it in the finals of one of Leicester’s biggest celebrations of property and construction, the ProCon Awards 2017.
A talented interior design graduate from De Montfort University (DMU) has seen her idea for a pattern on glass sliding doors brought to life at the impressively-restored Leicester Castle Business School.
Are you a talented sporting athlete wanting to develop your sports performance whilst gaining a recognised degree qualification? Then the Vice-Chancellor’s Sports Scholarship Scheme could just be the thing for you.
Dozens of students from a Chinese university have travelled to Leicester Castle Business School to learn expert lessons in sports management.
A new course, the Postgraduate Certificate in Professional Coaching, designed to help professionals exploit their raw potential at work and boost their careers will launch from this September.
Some of the country’s biggest business names have met at Leicester Castle Business School (LCBS) to discuss how they can work closer with De Montfort University Leicester (DMU).
Leicester Castle Business School at De Montfort University Leicester (DMU) is hosting a networking event for business leaders on Monday to discover more about the help on offer to help them grow their businesses.
De Montfort University Leicester (DMU) has today been awarded Gold status in the Government’s new Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) – the highest award possible.
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.