Kingston Business School has been selected by the British Council to provide Executive Training in Innovation Finance to a group of investors from Colombia.
With a focus on strengthening government institutions, investors and financing vehicles to support early stage entrepreneurs, iNNpulsa and the British Council issued an open tender for interesting parties to provide executive training on Innovation Finance for early stage innovation and financing mechanisms such as Venture Capital funds, Business Angel networks and Crowdfunding platforms.
A new joint centre focusing on teaching and researching entrepreneurship has been established between Kingston Business School and Zhejiang University.
Zhejiang University, based in the Hangzhou province, is one of China’s leading universities and is particularly known for innovation and entrepreneurship, producing more patents than any other Chinese University.
Kingston Business School has partnered with the prestigious Boston University to offer postgraduate students a flexible, high quality, international education which will see students graduate with two degrees from both institutions.
World-renowned, Boston University is ranked number 50 in the world Times Higher Education 2014 and 37 in the world by US News & World Report Best Global Universities Rankings 2014.
In the QS Fulltime MBA rankings, Kingston ranked higher than many of our nearest competitors to come in at number 43 out of 200 in Europe . The Kingston MBA comes in as the 19th based in the UK, ahead of other competitors that have triple accreditation and ahead of several business schools of highly ranked universities.
Kingston Business School has doubled the number of its masters courses ranked in the latest 2014 Eduniversal rankings, with six courses of which four are now ranked in the top 50 and two courses in the top 100.
Notably, the MA in Creative Industries and the Creative Economies has made an impressive jump up from 25 to 18 in the global rankings, placing it in the top twenty Arts and Cultural Management courses worldwide.
Three masters’ programmes which were previously not ranked, have been ranked in the top 100 globally: