Webinar - University of London Business Programmes - Academic Direction: The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) (BSc Business & Management/BSc Accounting & Finance/BSc Banking & Finance/BSc Economics & Management
- Event Unit
- University of London Programmes | Business Management, Accounting, Finance and Compliance
- Date & time
- 05Aug 2020 (Wed)18:00 - 19:00 Free
Dr Francesco Nava
Francesco serves as Academic Director of the University of London Programmes at LSE working together with Professor Paul Kelly (Dean) and Dr James Abdey (Associate Academic Director). Francesco is faculty member of the Economics Department at LSE and the Programme Director for the MSc Economics at LSE. He has previously served as Academic Coordinator for the Economics Programme within the EMFSS International Programmes, as well as PhD Funding Director for the Economics Department. Dr Nava received his PhD in Economics from the University of Chicago. His research interests include Economic Theory, Social Networks, Mechanism Design, and Industrial Organisation.
Lizzie is Director of LSE Careers at London School of Economics. She is responsible for the overall leadership, strategy, and service delivery of LSE Careers, as well as providing leadership within the institution around student and graduate employability and career management. Lizzie is a qualified careers consultant and executive coach, with substantial experience in HR for large international organisations, with a focus on graduate recruitment, training and learning development. Lizzie’s background comprises over 15 years’ experience across HE careers services, financial services and fast-moving consumer goods.
Terence graduated in 2019 from the University of London with a Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Business and Management. As an EMFSS student studying at the Singapore Institute of Management, he won a scholarship to attend LSE Summer School and undertook a course on ‘Business Strategy and International and Emerging Markets’ in London. Through that experience, he credits the opportunity to pursue an international internship in the UK at a start-up dedicated to providing home care solutions for the elderly. Following a stint working with Amazon Web Services (AWS), he now serves as a Business Development Associate at Salesforce in Singapore.
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BSc Accounting and Finance (Part-time)
BSc Banking and Finance (Part-time)
BSc Business and Management (Part-time)
BSc Economics and Management (Part-time)
BSc Accounting and Finance (Full-time)
BSc Banking and Finance (Full-time)
BSc Business and Management (Full-time)
BSc Economics and Management (Full-time)
|August 5, 2020 (Wednesday)||
11.00 am - 12.00 noon (British Summer Time (London))
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm (Hong Kong Time)
Are you still interested in University of London International Programmes with academic direction from The London School of Economics?
The range of degrees offered with Recognised Teaching Centres around the world allow you to study locally and think globally as part of our international community, offering a challenging and inspiring academic experience that will help you launch your career or further studies.
LSE’s academic direction means that you can rely on the fact your chosen programme has been developed by LSE's world-leading academics and is based on their cutting-edge research.
Dr Francesco Nava, Academic Director of the EMFSS Programmes and a Lecturer of Economics at LSE; Lizzie Darlington, Director of LSE Careers and Terence Yew, a graduate of the EMFSS International Programme will share their knowledge in our special event covering global graduate careers.
Now more than ever, planning how to maximise your future career will be crucial to your long-term success. This one-hour virtual event will help you consider the steps you should be taking to prepare for global job market changes. You’ll be joined by a panel of LSE experts, who will give insights into:
- The global job market and the implications of the COVID-19 pandemic for the future
- Shifts in training and education to prepare for bold new ways of working
- How EMFSS programmes can help you study locally and think globally, launching your future career
You will have the chance to ask questions to the expert panel, as well as expand your network and meet like-minded peers.