Information Session with Dr Craig Robinson

 

We are pleased to invite you to an information session in South Africa 

The session, led by Dr Craig Robinson, Director of Teaching and Learning, will give you more information about Edinburgh Business School and the online programmes we offer. 

To confirm your attendance, please email Edinburgh Business School, Southern Africa on ebssa@ebs.hw.ac.uk

 

Event Details

Wednesday 1st August @ 5.30pm

 

Venue: British Council, 275 Jan Smuts Ave, Dunkeld West, Randburg, 2196, South Africa

   
 

Discussing the South African Economy with Dr Craig Robinson

 

The Edinburgh Business School and the Watt Club in South Africa are pleased to invite you to an interactive talk on the South African Economy with Dr Craig Robinson, Edinburgh Business School’s Director of Teaching & Learning. Craig is also a Senior Teaching Fellow at Edinburgh Business School in the areas of strategy and executive development. 

There is no cost to attend and snacks will be provided. If you would like to attend, please confirm by email to ebssa@ebs.hw.ac.uk before close of business on 25 July 2018.

 

Event Details

 

Thursday 2nd August @5.30pm

Venue: The Fairway Hotel, Spa and Golf Resort, Randburg, 2125, South Africa

 

Cabaret of Dangerous Ideas - What Keeps you Sharp? With Dr Alan Gow

 

Join Alan Gow,Heriot-Watt University, to explore results from What Keeps You Sharp?, a nationwide survey about attitudes towards the changes people expect in their thinking skills with age.

 

Event Details

Tuesday 7th August @ 8.10pm

Thursday 16th August @ 1.30pm

 

Venue: New Town Theatre, 96 George St, Edinburgh

 

Register here

   
 

Panmure House - Fringe Events

 

Panmure House will be hosting two events during the Fringe Festival in August. This includes a play about Adam Smith and a show broadcast.

 

Event Details

Wednesday 11th August - Monday 27th August

Venue: Panmure House, 4 Lochend Close, Edinburgh

 

Register Here

 

 

 

Cabaret of Dangerous Ideas - Disgust for Dummies with Dr Anna Sedda

What do dirty floors and corrupted politicians have in common? They are both revolting. Disgust evolved to protect us from contamination and harm, being it physical or moral. 

But are these feelings an immovable reality or can we change them? Is our moral compass regulated by the same mechanisms that prevent us from drinking expired milk? And why is it important to know? This is a journey led by Dr Anna Sedda (Heriot-Watt University) into understanding and accepting disgust.

 

Event Details:

Tuesday 14th August @1.30pm

Venue:Freemasons Hall, 96 George St, Edinburgh 

 

Register here

   
 

Edinburgh Business School Alumni Edinburgh Festival Fringe Offer

 

Join us for the 2018 Edinburgh Festival Fringe! A Special Offer for Alumni and Friends of Edinburgh Business School, Heriot-Watt University!

Our event includes an exclusive night out with EBS Executive Dean, Professor Heather McGregor, including a dinner and tickets to a stand-up comedy show as well as two complimentary tickets for shows at Panmure House, the last home of the father of modern economics, Adam Smith.

 

 Register here