A Sport Business and Innovation student, Winnie, describes Alex Coulson’s guest lecture for the Institute for Sport Business. Alex Coulson works as Executive Director for Sport Industry Group which promotes business across the sport sector, bringing the industry together through a series of events, editorial content and a network of influential figures from across the British and international sporting landscape.
Current Student Ambassador and Sport Business and Innovation student, Anak, has written a blog post depicting what he learnt and enjoyed about Rongtian He’s guest lecture. Rongtian is a Loughborough University alumnus who currently works as a Personal Assistant to Tony Xia, the Chairman of Aston Villa Football Club.
This time last week our students were busy creating prototypes for their Collaborative Projects. The students had a schedule combining lectures, seminars, and group work in order to create a model to show to the project partners, module leaders, students and various others who will attend the Collaborative Project Trade Fair on December 13th. WithinRead more
Felicity, studying Sports Digital and Media Technologies, a student ambassador for Loughborough University London and a Loughborough Alumni has shared her experiences of the Collaborative Project Partner visits that took place at the start of November. Flic’s organisation partner is Flamingo Group and they have visited Loughborough University London on multiple occasions.
Last week most of our Collaborative Project students paid visits to their Collaborative Project Partner’s offices or headquarters to get a real feel for what the businesses and organisations were all about. Owen, a student who visited West Ham United Foundation’s premises has told us about his experience visiting West Ham United Foundation.
Vice-Chancellor Robert Allison shares his thoughts on Loughborough University rising to 6th in the Times Higher Education’s Table of Tables. “The Times Higher Education magazine recently published its annual ‘Table of Tables’, which ranks the UK’s top universities based on the combined results of the three main domestic league tables – the Times and Sunday TimesRead more
Collaborative Project Site Visits Today, many of our Collaborative Project students are visiting their project partners at their offices. Visits are being made to Blaze, North Highland, Crate Brewery, Digital Skills Solutions, Department for International Trade hosted at China-Britain Business Council (CBBC), HeyBigMan!, Foster & Partners, Two Circles, Active Newham. Our students have also hadRead more
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Find out what happened when our students met their Collaborative Project partner organisations for the first time, and discovered their Collaborative Project briefs.
The Associate Dean for Teaching, Professor Wilfred Dolfsma, and the Associate Dean for Research, Professor Ahmet Kondoz, have come together to explain what it means to be a postgraduate, and what is meant by the term ‘postgraduate study’. Understanding Postgraduate Study There are two main types of postgraduate study options available: postgraduate taught master’s programmes and postgraduateRead more
This week celebrates Women’s Sports Week 2016. From October 3rd – 9th people across the country are championing the right of every female in the UK to participate in, and benefit from, sport. The aim is to raise awareness and increase the profile of women’s sport across the UK. Our PhD student, Jacky Mueller, has created a blog forRead more
The recent revelations about the use of TUEs (Therapeutic Use Exemption)* in elite sport has raised a number of interesting questions. Professor James Skinner responds to some of these issues. *A TUE is special permission to use a prohibited substance or method for a legitimate medical condition. What was your reaction to seeing the WADARead more
Last week, Vice Chancellor Professor Robert Alison caught up with an alumnus from Malaysia at Loughborough University London. This meeting marks the Vice Chancellor’s first meeting with a visiting alumnus to the London campus.
Former VP for Action, Phil Jenkins studied BSc Sport, Health and Exercise Science at Loughborough University, before joining Loughborough University London last September to complete a master’s in MSc Sport Business and Innovation.
If you haven’t heard about Canalside in regards to our London campus then where have you been? The waterfront retail destination is just a short walk from Loughborough University London
One of our students, Jacqueline Mueller, from Germany, has been allocated one of the twenty-five prestigious PhD studentships given to prospective Loughborough University London PhD students starting in September 2016.
LU London is situated next to a wide range of brand new retailers on Canalside. Aptly overlooking the canal, there are five very different places to get something to eat, here we explore what’s on offer.Read more
Students share their views on the learning experiences provided as part of the MSc Sport Business and Leadership programme at Loughborough University London. Locations include Bisham Abbey National Sports Centre and UK SPORT, which are just two of the site visits organised as part of the curriculum. Other site visits include Google HQ, The Royal Ballet and The Royal Military Academy Sandhurst. For more information about this programme, please visit: lborolondon.ac.uk
Joining us in September and concerned about the potential of gaining a loan through the new UK Government Postgraduate Loans Scheme?
Sport Industry NextGen leaders continue to develop their Leadership Package through a visit to Loughborough University London.Read more
Deloitte and London Market Group (LMG) recently produced a report as a result of a market-wide survey which found digital and technological advances are having the highest influence on the talent needs of the London Market.
Siddharth Kohli, MSc Sport Business and Innovation student, reflects on his experience as a postgraduate student at Loughborough University London, the UK’s Number 1 University for Student Experience. Very few things compare with studying at a world-class University in an iconic city. Throw into the mix a campus on the prestigious Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park inRead more
Professor Wilfred Dolfsma tells The Conversation: “Chinese firms are dominating the corporate control market”.
Our students and employers are invited to attend a creative and cultural industries networking event on Wednesday 11th May from 4:30pm-8:00pm at Loughborough University London.
Our students are invited to attend the guest lecture ‘Design Insights from NorthHighland Worldwide Consultancy’ by Paul Hutchinson on Friday 29th April.
Our students are invited to attend the guest lecture ‘Wellbeing by Design’ by Kathryn Best on Friday 29th April.
Our students are invited to attend the guest lecture ‘Design for social innovation, service design and the experiences of the DESIS Lab in Rio de Janeiro’ on Friday 22nd April.
If you’re considering postgraduate study with the financial backing of the new UK Government Postgraduate Loans Scheme, then this blog is for you. We wanted to give you an honest assessment of the new Loans Scheme to help you make a well-informed decision about your studies.
Our students are invited to attend the guest lecture ‘Meaning Making, Awareness and Authenticity’ on Monday 25th April.
Thinking about a masters degree but worried about the upfront costs? Fear not! A new Government-backed Postgraduate Loan Scheme has been introduced in the UK, and it’ll change everything you thought you knew about funding postgraduate study in the UK.
Students and aspiring designers are invited to participate in the final round of presentations for the Citizens UK collaborative social innovation project.
Hear what MSc Sport Business and Innovation student Siddharth has to say about our University and his experience so far of studying in London.Read more
Our students are invited to attend a guest lecture by Jonathan Chippendale, CEO of Holition, on Monday 7th March.
Our students are invited to attend a guest lecture by Kaajal Modi about design and ‘maker’ culture, on Friday 11th March.
6 places are available for our students to attend a guest lecture on Thursday 10th March by Arthur Chan on Design Thinking.
Finalists from the Next Gen Leadership Awards are set to take part in a number of leadership development activities, including an Executive Leadership Workshop delivered by our Institute for Sport Business.
6 places are available for our students to attend a guest lecture on Tuesday 8th March by Ian Thompson, a Lead Designer at Kohler Company.
15 places are available for our students to attend a guest lecture by Dr Nusa Fain on Wednesday 2nd March, looking at the importance of sustaining the voice of the customer (VOC) throughout the product development process.
Our students are invited to attend a guest lecture by Dr. Sarah JS Wilner on Tuesday 1st March, focused on the role of production and representation in design.
Our students are invited to attend a guest lecture by Sophie Kanabar on Monday 29th February.
10 places are available for Loughborough University London students to attend a guest lecture by Anne-Marie on Wednesday 24th February.
15 places are available for Loughborough University London students to attend a guest lecture by Aysar Ghassan on Tuesday 23rd Feburary.
A city with numerous creative opportunities, design is one of the most popular subjects for students in London. The capital is truly alive with inspiration and top talent.
Loughborough University’s Executive Director for Sport, John Steele looks ahead to the Rio 2016 Olympic Games and the importance of the ‘team behind the team’ in his latest blog.
Imran Sabdullah, one of our Design students, reflects on his day trip to Whitstable, a seaside town in South East England served by regular trains to London.
Monday 23rd November to Thursday 26th November is Assessment Awareness Week at the London campus. The aim of this week is to raise awareness of the required academic skills of Postgraduate level study at Loughborough University London, as well as promoting the support services available to all students.
Susanna Kelly Engbers will be delivering a presentation on Wednesday 18th November at Loughborough University London on the topic: Constructing Identity in Rhetoric and Design.
Design Innovation student Mia Vucic describes her first few days with Loughborough University London. So I have finally arrived in London; the city of countless opportunities, creative spirits, cultural diversity, new trends, high competition and great motivation. Monday 21st of September 2015 was my first day on campus and my first day back into education. Walking toRead more
LSU London have announced the first Christmas Ball will take place at Tiger Tiger, Picadilly Circus next month. The ball will be a fantastic opportunity for current students to dress up and celebrate their first few months with Loughborough University London. Event: LSU London Christmas Ball Venue: Tiger Tiger Date/Time: Wednesday 9th December, from 7pmRead more
Prof. Ben Corbett, Programme Director of ‘MSc Sport Business Innovation at Loughborough University London delivered a special lecture at Seoul National University, Korea last month.
Last week, Bespoke Beverages visited the campus to introduce themselves to their dedicated project group and demonstrate how their company source and produce the world’s rarest and most expensive coffee.
#Workingwith____ is a dynamic, new blog series documenting current students’ experiences working with real businesses and organisations as part of the interdisciplinary study module, the Collaborative Project.
Federico Vaz, one of our newly appointed Institute for Design Innovation programme reps reflects on his first few weeks at Loughborough University London.
One of the industrial partners that our students working with are City-Insights. The company has developed a mobile internet platform delivering a location based user experience. As part of the Collaborative Project module, students were asked to look at the platform and explore its function as a digital place maker in areas of London.
Dan reflects on his stay at Unite Stratford One, one of our recommended student accommodation options.
Find out about our LSU London Student Elections 2015. Nominations are open from 12th Oct!Read more
Take a look at these photos featuring some of our students. They were taken around the iconic Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, the vibrant heart of a new East London. Keep an eye out for some of these photos in our prospectus!Read more
Caroline Norman will be delivering a presentation on Monday 19th October at Loughborough University London on the topic: why doesn’t my client understand design?
A group of our students recently visited Broadway Market and the Hackney Haute Quarter. Here’s what they got up to!Read more
Our new postgraduate campus will be opening in the heart of London’s innovation quarter on the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in 2015. Find out what it’s like to study here!Read more
Last week, our students were introduced to the Collaborative Project module. This exciting module brings together a cross section of students from every institute, to address a real business or social problem provided by a genuine industry partner.