In a Times Higher Education article, Professor Zahir Irani, Dean of the College of Business, Arts and Social Sciences, writes about bridging the gap between the needs of people, SMEs and the community with the untapped resource of the student as a ‘trusted advisor’. Brunel is planning to pilot some of these ideas next month.
Back in May we were pleased to be able to offer graduates the opportunity to apply for a position within Alsalam Holding. Al-Salam is a fast growing investment house with a market cap of approximately £40m that operates within the Diversified Financials sector focusing on Asset Management and Custody Banks.
We are delighted to announce that following a rigorous interview processes MBA student Nityanand Channur (photographed below) has been successful and will shortly be joining Al-Salam Holding Company as an Analyst within the Finance and Asset Management sector. He will be based in Kuwait from early October.
Currently on his Freelance Marketing contract with an establishing fashion brand J Jones London Ltd., Nityanand said “My MBA at Brunel has enabled me to take up assessments in diverse sectors and I am keen to put into practice what I have learnt over the past year. I am looking forward to the challenges that my new position within Al-Salam will offer me. I would like to thank both Brunel MBA and Al-Salam for providing this great opportunity.”
Our congratulations go to Nityanand, we wish him every success and look forward to following his progress.