Category: News

A message from Professor André Spicer, Dean of Bayes Business School – September 2022

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Dear Alumni, Welcome to the first newsletter of the 2022/23 academic year, and I hope you are well. It was with the deepest regret we recorded the death of Her Majesty The Queen. Her Majesty was this country’s longest reigning monarch, serving as Head of State for over 70 years with a life that was…Continue Reading A message from Professor André Spicer, Dean of Bayes Business School – September 2022

Message from City President, Professor Sir Anthony Finkelstein

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When I wrote to you earlier this year, I was compelled to observe that we ‘live in history’. It was with the deepest regret that we recorded the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. The Queen dedicated her life to the service of her people, both in this country and throughout the Commonwealth. She represented…Continue Reading Message from City President, Professor Sir Anthony Finkelstein

Bayes Global Women’s Leadership Programme celebrates its first five years

In June 2022, the Bayes Global Women’s Leadership Programme (GWLP) hosted a lunch to celebrate five years of the programme. GWLP Director Janina Steinmetz welcomed scholars, leaders and friends of the programme, past and present, to mark the occasion with speeches from Andre Spicer (Dean of Bayes), Canan Kocabasoglu-Hillmer (the first Director of the Programme),…Continue Reading Bayes Global Women’s Leadership Programme celebrates its first five years

Alumni event recordings

Did you miss out on a Zoom event that seemed interesting? Don’t worry, we have all of them saved for you to watch and revisit! Enjoy! And please let us know what virtual events you would be interested in attending!  New Opportunities in the World of Fintech 4 May 2022 Hosted by Dr Malvina Marchese,…Continue Reading Alumni event recordings

Queen’s Birthday Honours 2022

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The Queen’s Birthday Honours list recognises the achievements and services of people across the UK, from all walks of life. We are delighted to announce and congratulate our City and Bayes alumni who have been recognised for their commitment to various services in the Queen’s Birthday Honours 2022. Officer of the Order of the British…Continue Reading Queen’s Birthday Honours 2022

A message from City President, Professor Sir Anthony Finkelstein

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With our summer graduation ceremonies approaching and the University about to celebrate its Class of 2022 graduates, I am delighted to share with you that City has been recognised for its world-leading and internationally excellent research as measured by the Research Excellence Framework (REF). The results of REF 2021, which assessed research quality at all…Continue Reading A message from City President, Professor Sir Anthony Finkelstein

A message from Professor André Spicer, Dean of Bayes Business School – June 2022

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Dear Alumni, Welcome to the latest Bayes Alumni News after what has been a very exciting few weeks for Bayes Business School filled with success, activity and anticipation. In May, I had the honour of welcoming the newest members of our alumni community at the first Dubai Graduation Ceremony since 2019. It was wonderful to…Continue Reading A message from Professor André Spicer, Dean of Bayes Business School – June 2022

Work experience that makes a difference

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Ever wondered how you can help students gain important skills? City’s Micro-Placements Programme is a social mobility initiative where employers in London are matched with City students. The students are primarily from under-represented backgrounds and the four to six-week placements provide work experience and course credits. We recently spoke to City alumna Bhavina Bharkhada (Economics…Continue Reading Work experience that makes a difference

Alumni supporting students in the spring fundraising campaign

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City’s students play an important role in fundraising for the future. This spring, Student Callers take part in the annual telephone fundraising campaign to connect with the alumni community, gain valuable skills and raise money for important projects. Ever wondered who the Student Callers are and what impact your support has on their futures? Well…Continue Reading Alumni supporting students in the spring fundraising campaign