The University of Cambridge has made 295 National Scholarship Programme awards to support students from low-income families starting at the university this year. Over 50 of these grants were made to students who had previously claimed Free School Meals.
In the wake of the global financial crisis, a new partnership plans to shake up economic thinking to reflect a rapidly changing world.
The last 100 years have seen several governments introduce austerity measures to try to balance the books. Duncan Needham, a Phd candidate in the Centre for Financial History, compares past and present, concluding that current public spending cuts are inhibiting the growth we need.
The author of the report which laid the basis for British and international corporate governance codes will be the guest speaker at a conference which asks what the future of such measures should be.
What is it that makes a movie successful? A faculty member from the Cambridge Judge Business School believes that the industry and experts are looking in the wrong places when it comes to measuring the financial gain of a film - so often the bottom line when determining a ‘hit’.