Designed to help learners make informed decisions about their future, the challenge focused on core skills such as organisation, problem-solving and leadership, the programme also introduced learners to Staffordshire Business School’s range of new courses; BA(Hons) Digital and Social Media Marketing, BA(Hons) Business Management and Sustainability, BA(Hons) Finance and Business Enterprise along with BA(Hons) Business Innovation and Entrepreneurship.
When asked about the project, Liam Brookes, TILG Delivery Manager, who led the project said:
“Working with everybody involved in this project has been an incredible experience. Whilst we had some obstacles to overcome caused by the pandemic, not once did our colleges or students allow this to stunt their progress. The creativity, entrepreneurialism and business acumen demonstrated by the students that we have worked with was brilliant to see.”
Angela Lawrence, Associate Dean of Staffordshire Business School, added:
“I was left in awe of some of the amazing presentations delivered by the many students who engaged with our Staffordshire Business School Challenge competition. As a university we believe passionately about supporting the next generation of outstanding talent right on our doorstep, the project was a fantastic way to achieve this #proudtobestaffs.”