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Monday 28 May 2012
The Business School at Manchester Metropolitan University is offering managers and professionals the opportunity to receive a tuition fee scholarship worth £16,000 to attend its part-time AMBA-accredited Executive MBA (EMBA) programme from October 2012. Two runners up will receive a £4,000 scholarship each, and all candidates who complete the Executive MBA Challenge will be eligible for a £2,000 scholarship.
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You can now watch the ‘Meet the Creative England’ event at the Cannes UK Film Centre 2012 with Caroline Norbury (CEO), Kaye Elliott (Head of Locations & Production Support) & Christopher Moll (Head of Talent).
Topics covered include:- Creative England history & structure
Wednesday 2 May 2012
Planning to attend Apple WWDC or Google I/O?
UK Trade & Investment plans to host a Multi-Platform App Developer Mission during the week of 18-22 June 2012 conveniently scheduled in the week between Apple’s World Wide Developers Conference (10-15 June) and Google’s I/O Developer Conference (27-29 June).
This is an opportunity to send a developer to San Francisco to learn from the best and showcase your app during this week long mission of master classes and workshops. These tech-talks will be specifically tailored for technical architects or developers of already launched business-to-consumer or business-to-business mobile apps.
Request to join the UKTI Linkedin Group - Multi-Platform App Developer Mission to learn more about the programme as it unfolds and share your ideas on what you think would make this a GREAT mission for your company.
For more information and details on how to apply, please visit: http://uktimadmission2012.eventbrite.com/
This is your chance to take part in the British Film Institute's (BFI) consultation to discuss its proposals in support of the future of UK film.
New Horizons for UK Film outlines the BFI's proposals for investing Lottery support for UK film and sets out a fresh agenda to capitalise on British creativity and talent. The proposals cover a wide range of activities for supporting filmmaking, production, development, distribution and exhibition, education, skills development and film heritage – with a central focus on building audiences across the UK and on all platforms.
On 14 May the BFI will launch a UK-wide consultation on these proposals and they welcome your comments. Do you agree with our priorities? Are the proposals right? How can the final plan be improved?
For more information or to RSVP for a consultation event (the Manchester event will take place on 31 May 2012), please register though Eventbrite.
The consultation document will be available online from 14 May at bfi.org.uk/future. The consultation closes at midnight on 10 June.