Lincoln University of Business 2022 Round-UpApril 25, 2023 2023-09-25 8:39
Lincoln University of Business 2022 Round-Up
Lincoln University of Business 2022 Round-Up
With the beginning of the new year, we reflect on the Lincoln University of Business and Management (LUBM) 2022 Round-Up and the valuable lessons it imparted. Every instance proved enlightening for our students at Lincoln University of Business, brimming with education, camaraderie, and fresh experiences. We orchestrated a series of events, including pioneering ones, fostering learning and connections. Without delay, let’s delve into our comprehensive review of LUBM 2022.
Bringing Women to Work At Lincoln University of Business & Management
At Lincoln University of Business, our ongoing endeavor is to instill inspiration and empowerment in our students. This commitment was further exemplified through the seminars titled “Empowering Women in the Workplace,” held in April. These sessions focused on the essential skills required for women. They aimed to facilitate a seamless transition into the workforce, ensuring they are fully equipped and prepared for the demands of a new era. Moreover, these informative and enlightening sessions were expertly led by industry professionals.
- Dr. Rex Bacarra looked into effective communication skills that enable better work and social interactions for women at work.
- Ms. Nidhi Bansal taught us about digital fundamentals including developing Excel & IT skillsets, two essentials in the workplace today.
- Ms Marina van Zyl gave us insights into starting our very own small-scale business and traversing an entrepreneurial journey.
Research Methodology Workshop
Conducted by Dr. Rekha Pillai, this interactive session on Research Methods delved into the nuances of qualitative research and the most effective strategies to implement them. Guided by a globally recognized researcher, the workshop took place online, thereby encouraging students to surpass their existing research boundaries and enhance their competencies. Especially in an age marked by misinformation, this knowledge is imperative to cultivate comprehensive and meticulously crafted research endeavors.
We had two prominent Iftar events in April. The first one was attended by the students of York St John University and the University of the West of Scotland, and the second hosted the students of Geneva Business School. Through such events, we grow our relationship with these fine educational institutions and enable bonding among students from different backgrounds and cultures. They were true moments of celebration and unity.
8 Years Celebration
The end of April witnessed 8 years of Lincoln University of Business celebrations. The university has grown by leaps and bounds ever since our inception, with over 4500 students, 85+ nationalities,500+ Alumni, and 125+ Staff & Faculty. Change is a constant but our vision stays cemented. We will always aim to give working professionals excellent learning experiences and prepare them for the world as exceptional graduates.
Project Management Seminars and Events
From May-September 2022 we organized several Project Management Seminars by renowned experts and institutions. These seminars encouraged our students to learn about real-world scenarios, further preparing them for the workforce.
- In May we had two sessions by Najmul Hussain Jaleel, a power-packed intensive on Project Management trends in 2022.
- In August we held a Study Seminar in coordination with Analyzer Consulting, where students of the UWS MSc Project Management finished a live project.
- Another Seminar was held in September, this time by Dr. Mazin Gadir, on the importance of change and how leaders should manage this in a project, followed by another incredibly interesting seminar by Mr. Amit Bajpai.
International Yoga Day
Celebrated on June 21st annually, International Yoga Day is the perfect opportunity to look inward. Studies show that Yoga is a true stress-buster, increases immunity levels, and helps you stay fit! The pandemic focused on the importance of boosting health and immunity, and the occasion was a perfect way to impart knowledge to our staff and students.
Yoga keeps cells vital and systematically reduces stress in the body while reducing inflammation. We gathered expert Yoga practitioners together on this special occasion and conducted sessions with our students, teaching them simple techniques that they can use daily to fight stress and enhance their health.
YSJ and GBS Dual Graduations
An unprecedented occasion, we successfully managed to complete two back-to-back graduation events in Dubai. The first was for York St John University and the second was for Geneva Business School, very close together, and at different locations in the heart of Dubai. These were attended by 350 graduates who finished their respective courses with a gala celebration. This wouldn’t have been possible without the support of our staff, partners, and of course, students. In a post-pandemic era, it isn’t easy to organize two events of such a scale, and we are very proud of what we have achieved!
And there you have it! We bid farewell to an exceptional 2022, a gateway to festivities, commencements, and learning experiences. At Lincoln University of Business, we firmly believe that our past experiences shape our future. We glean insights from both triumphs and setbacks to chart new aspirations. As we embark on 2023, we anticipate it to be as enlightening as its predecessor, with our students surpassing conventional boundaries and forging their way to success. The entire team at Lincoln University of Business extends its warm wishes for a phenomenal year ahead.
That’s how we called off LUBM 2022 Round-Up !!