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Want to buy guilt-free Easter chocolate?

Pick from our list of ‘good eggs’ that score best for the environment and child labour.

11th April 2022

The war in Ukraine - message from our Vice-Chancellor

Vice-Chancellor’s statement on the invasion of Ukraine

7th April 2022

Early pregnancy endings and the workplace – your experience

The Open University Business School is hoping to drive changes in policy and practice by leading on a new project about early pregnancy endings and the workplace.

7th March 2022

Vice Chancellor’s statement on the war in Ukraine

Vice-Chancellor’s statement on the invasion of Ukraine

1st March 2022

Two new microcredential short courses available through FutureLearn

Upskill and unlock potential with world-class professional development short courses through OU co-owned social learning platform FutureLearn.

25th February 2022

Most employers of apprentices plan to maintain or increase the number they employ this year

A revealing survey conducted by The Open University and in partnership with The 5% Club shows that most employers, almost 9 in 10, who have employed apprentices plan to maintain or increase the number they take on in the next 12 months

8th February 2022

New OU / BBC co-production The Bottom Line is back

A new eight-part series of the OU/BBC collaboration The Bottom Line on Radio 4, presented by OU honorary graduate Evan Davis, starts tonight.

3rd February 2022

Take control of your finances, your career and your health with a Midlife MOT

Legal & General launches its Midlife MOT: a free, educational course, in partnership with The Open University.

2nd February 2022

Self-employment: what is it, why do it and how has the pandemic affected it?

Professor Elizabeth Daniel discusses the lasting legacy of the pandemic on self-employment and homeworking, the ‘passionpreneur’ and describes how mental load is affecting self-employed women.

28th January 2022

Hear more on intercultural competence in new speaker series

Have you ever considered how your culture and the community you live in shapes your identity, values, beliefs and preferences? Developing your intercultural competence is arguably one of the most valuable skills you can develop for the modern workplace.

26th January 2022

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