The conference, which forms part of the OU’s 50th anniversary celebrations, has attracted some 150 delegates from various parts of Africa and the rest of the world, offering an opportunity to collaborate and co-create an ambitious vision for learning for the next 50 years and beyond.
Executive Dean of the Business and Law Schools, Professor Devendra Kodwani,hosted a lecture for new and returning Business and Law School students Wednesday 20 November. This new initiative took place in the Berrill Theatre and for an online audience via YouTube Live.
In this Business Network Breakfast Briefing, OUBS PhD student Victoria Williams discussed invisible reproductive health conditions, such as endometriosis, and life-changing stages like menopause, and why industries should support employees with these conditions.
A new free course, Understanding mortgages, has been produced by The Open University Business School in collaboration with the hugely popular MoneySavingExpert (MSE). The course, the first of six due to be made available over the coming months, recently launched on the OpenLearn digital platform.
The Open University jointly hosted the ninth Pan-Commonwealth Forum on Open Learning (known as PCF9), together with the Commonwealth of Learning, at the historic Murrayfield Stadium in Edinburgh this week (9-12 September).