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Business ethics: changing the misconceptions

By Noor Fadillah Binti Jaafar, Lecturer, School of Business Ethics impacts many fields: it is not just business per se including medicine, government, and science, to name a few. One of the important ethics component is Business Ethics itself. Whenever business ethics is raised, most people immediately focus on corruption and bribery. While this is...
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How Nadia Ghafoor secured her ideal job with a Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resource Management from the University of Greenwich

Nadia Ghafoor, a graduate from the University of Greenwich’s BA Human Resource Management, talks about the challenges she faced and how the degree helped her secure a job in the government. What made you apply for the Executive Officer role in Rewards and Talent Management in the government? What made me apply for the role...
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Early Years student Hollie Harrington shares what she loves about studying at the University of Greenwich

Hollie is studying the Early Years course and is hoping to graduate with a BA Hons Early Years Teacher Status (EYTS). “I chose the University of Greenwich as I felt that it gave a more personal approach to learning. Upon meeting lecturers for the first time, I got the sense that they all wanted to...

The yummy ‘kacang parang’: Is it safe for everyone?

By Siti Marlina Binti Saleh, Lecturer, School of Allied Health Sciences Kacang parang You can enjoy “kacang parang” or fava bean in a variety of forms: either cooked, eaten raw or dried as your choice of snack. Besides its yummy taste, this bean is rich in Vitamin B and minerals such as phosphorus, iron, magnesium...
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Is it hard for a non-Law student to study Law?

By Dennis Lim LLB, CLP, Senior Lecturer, School of Business Just mention the word “LAW” and every non-legal student will cringe in fear and pain. Is it really that difficult to study Law? Not really… Law is not rocket science. It just requires common sense. Personally, I feel that Mathematics and Science are way more...

Media in the classroom

By Thenmoli Rajantran, Lecturer, School of Communication & Design Students of the past and present are well acquainted with the many flaws of learning in an average classroom setting, be it unengaging textbooks or simply classes that are too long that it makes eternity seem like temporary when combined with a flurry of seemingly unending...
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