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INTRODUCTION of the author & entrepreneur Peter Wilcock (a guest post by Philip Warwick)

The Business Whisperer This week, Philip Warwick, Senior Teaching Fellow at Durham University Business School, UK, introduces the author Peter Wilcock who visited Durham in November this year. Wilcock’s new book “The Business Whisperer” helps budding entrepreneurs to develop the tools they need to be successful business people. 

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Durham University, research and Harry Potter!

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Last week, I had the pleasure of meeting up with two GEM students currently studying at Durham University in the north of England and my colleague and good friend, Philip Warwick. As well as being a regular contributor to Global Ed, Philip has done some excellent research on strategy and the internationalization of British universities and we are currently working on a research project together in the same field. While I was there though, I asked the two students, Margot Stokes  and Janhaëlle Ribeiro-Storm to give their perspective on studying in the UK and life as an international student.  Continue reading

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