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Professor Heather McGregor, Executive Dean of Edinburgh Business School at Heriot-Watt University, reported the completion of three major projects, including the renovation of the School’s main building at Edinburgh campus, the restoration of Adam Smith’s Panmure House, the release of refreshed MBA courses and the launch of a new online learning platform.
The news, shared with the University’s staff, students and alumni via a video, celebrates the achievements of many teams from across the University, as well as external partners.
Professor McGregor said: “I would like to thank everyone who contributed to this success over the last few years. We achieved a lot in this relatively short period of time, and our staff and students can now benefit from a renovated school facility, access to Adam Smith’s Panmure House and a brand new MBA programme.
“This journey hasn’t been easy, but the investment will benefit our staff and students for decades to come and we are very excited about the future.”
Watch our video to find out more about Edinburgh Business School’s recent capital projects.