For more information about Royal Holloway, please see this promotional video. To see a promotional video for the MA Consumption, Markets & Culture see here. To see a promotional video for the Royal Holloway School of Management, click here.

For more information about the Royal Holloway MA Marketing and MA Consumption, Culture & Marketing and the application process see here.

To get an understanding of the unique values that underly the MA Marketing and MA Consumption, Culture & Marketing programme please read these blog posts: Value of Scholarly Values, Importance of Reading and Morris Holbrook and Business Interest in Education.

Friday, 29 January 2016

Research Seminar - Employability

Moore Building 008 (MBS008)
03/02/2016 (13:00-15:00)
Title: `The Concept of Employability'
Theme Group: Working Life
Speaker: Dr Alan Bradshaw, School of Management.
Dr Alan Bradshaw will give a short presentation designed to introduce some of the critical issues from the literature, after which the topic will be opened up for discussion. The intention is to encourage critical reflexivity on our own practices and generate discussion, rather than to receive new research findings as such. As this is a topic that affects us all in terms of the increasing requirements to develop the capacity of our students to function effectively in the job market, we hope this will be a seminar that many of you will be interested in participating in. 
To remind you, the intention is for the Working Life theme to explore issues of interest and relevance across the School of Management, bringing together our own staff and PhD students as well as external experts. The broad remit of the theme is stated here:
For catering purposes, please contact Professor Chris Rees to confirm your attendance; or if you have any queries, comments or suggestions.
All welcome. Lunch is available at 13:00.

Promotional Video for MA Consumption, Culture & Marketing

See the promotional video for MA Consumption, Culture & Marketing here.

Monday, 18 January 2016

MA Marketing students at Harlequins v Cardiff

On Sunday, students from the MA Marketing were able to brave the cold and attend the Harlequins v Cardiff rugby game on Sunday at the Stoop as part of their studies in the Services Marketing Course. 

Friday, 15 January 2016

Vicki Harman on Thinking Allowed

Vicki Harman, Programme Director of the MA Consumption, Culture & Marketing, appeared on BBC Radio 4 this week to discuss her research on lunchboxes, published in Sociology, which she wrote in collaboration with Benedetta Cappelini (who is the programme deputy director).

You can listen to Vicki discussing her research with the renowned sociologist and broadcaster Laurie Taylor here.