AI in industry: A talk from BP

The first BP Corporate Patrons talk took place on 10th October, about artificial intelligence in industry today. The guest speakers were greatly informative and did a great job of keeping everyone intrigued. Learning about how AI is used in industry and at home was so interesting, and encouraged me to go home and learn more…

5 things I learned at the World of Work Conference

The World of Work Conference: Reimagined was recently held by Henley Business School, where influential people from some of the World’s top companies came together to explore the future of the workforce. Companies like Microsoft and Siemens spoke and ran workshops to help delegates understand how the workforce could be impacted by flexibility and technology….

How to find your way around campus in your first weeks.

A large campus Uni can be very daunting to a new student. From department buildings to study spaces, to food, drink and relaxing hubs, the campus as a lot to offer, and thus a lot to navigate! Here is a guide to finding exactly what you need in time for Welcome Week. Navigation No matter…

Why many Brits love Boris but hate Donald

How cultural differences shape the perception of leadership styles The Brits have had no mercy for Donald Trump. Thousands of them took to the street to protest against his visit to the UK. The pictures of the balloon depicting him as a huge orange baby have travelled around the world. A 16ft sculpture of him…

Alumni Regatta

On Saturday the 6th of July, I was fortunate enough to attend Henley’s annual Alumni Regatta Day at the Greenlands campus. First and foremost, the weather did not disappoint with the sun glistening across Henley for most of the day – a rare sight in the UK! The weather ensured crowds of alumni flocked to…

My tri-national study trip around Europe

The MSc Management tri-national study trip I was recently fortunate enough to participate in a two-week study visit to the Grand Est Region of France as part of my Master’s programme.  It was the crowning jewel to end to a truly rewarding MSc Management course, and so it is only fitting to share some of…

Masters day at Greenlands

Being a master’s student for eight months so far, I have experienced a lot of incredible, unexpected and exciting moments. But what happens when the most difficult part of the master’s life (exams) comes to an end? Celebrating!   The perfect combination for me as a student is to finish my exams and spend a whole day…

Start-ups, Russian style

Students last year said the trip to Moscow was the best part throughout the whole year.” Prof Yelena Kalyuzhnova, Vice Dean International at Henley Business School, said in the pre-departure briefing session. I totally agree. “MGIMO-Henley Start-up Tour” has enabled us, a group of postgraduate students studying different programmes to visit The Moscow State Institute…

The Top Places to Eat in Reading

When it comes to finding somewhere to eat in Reading, you have plenty of places to choose from, but where do you start? Both on and off campus, Reading is bursting with restaurants and cafés, to suit everyone’s desires. Whether you want something affordable, relaxing, quick, fancy or a novelty edge, I have got you…