Carmarthen Business School

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Rethinking business for a changing world

Carmarthen Business School offers a selection of progressive undergraduate and postgraduate courses, in Business and Management related subjects, which are underpinned by an ethical, sustainable and profitable approach to business.

In recent years words like ethics, sustainability and responsibility have transitioned from theoretical debate to very practical considerations within both small and big business.  

Sustainable business practice has become a key strategic priority and organisations have realised that not only do future practices and economic models need to transform in line with the dynamics of social and environmental change, but that actually sustainable thinking makes a business more competitive. 

Our programmes have sustainable thinking at their core and enable learners to challenge existing paradigms, interrogate new paradigms and debate business solutions which will prepare them for employment in the rapidly changing twenty –first century environment.

All our postgraduate provision at Carmarthen Business School are offered as online programmes.

Upcoming Short Courses Include:

Monday 10th September 2018

GDPR and Your Business

This one day course is aimed to advance knowledge and inform individuals and businesses on the who, what, where and how GDPR will influence the management and handling of personal data in order to understand rights and ensure compliance.

Course Cost: £120 including buffet lunch and refreshments

To book, or for further information please contact 

Tuesday September 11th - Wednesday September 12th 2018

Farming: ways to thrive in a changing landscape

Farming is experiencing challenges like never before: policy, economic and climatic.

Existing and aspiring young farmers can benefit from others' experience of finding alternative sustainable and resilient business opportunities from land-based activities.

This course offers first-hand advice, site visits and a picture of the emerging legislative landscape.

The course is facilitated by David Thorpe, author of The 'One Planet' Life: A Blueprint for Low Impact Development, and co-founder of the One Planet Council

Course Cost: £225

To book, or for further information please contact


Dr Louise Emanuel, Senior Lecturer and Programme Director for BA Business and Management at Carmarthen,

Dr Roisin Mullins Associate Professor, Senior Lecturer

Dr Alex Bell, Senior Lecturer and Programme Director for MBA Sustainability Leadership and MBA Masters in Business Administration (online),

Mr Anthony Burns, Lecturer and Undergraduate Admissions Tutor,

Mr Glenn Behenna, Lecturer and Programme Director for Skills in the workplace programmes.

Jessica Shore, Researcher in Social Enterprise and Short Course Administrator,

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