Oxford is a passionate proponent of women’s entrepreneurship as a force for change and global economic growth. Reflecting this philosophy, the Saïd Business School invests in a wide range of initiatives to help create a thriving community of women leaders, including regular events.
The next women’s event will be hosted in New York on Tuesday 24 May. Kathy Harvey, Saïd Business School’s Associate Dean, MBA and Executive Degrees will present on the topic of ‘Oxford Women: Networks, Influence and Power’. The session will also provide you with an insight into a truly international education portfolio and reflect how the School invests in a wide range of initiatives to help create a thriving community of women leaders. Programme alumni and recruitment staff will also be in attendance to answer your questions about studying at Oxford.
Oxford Empowering Women through Education
Women who have studied at Oxford include some of recent history’s great leaders and inspired minds. Distinguished examples include: Dorothy Hodgkin, winner of the Nobel Prize for Chemistry in 1964, Margaret Thatcher, former UK Prime Minister (and Europe’s first female Prime Minister), Martha Lane Fox, co-founder of lastminute.com, Benazir Bhutto, former Prime Minister of Pakistan, Cornelia Sorabji, India’s first female lawyer and author Helen Fielding.
Oxford Saïd combines the educational prowess and established networks of an 800 year old world-class institution and the innovative outlook of a highly ranked business school – attracting top quality individuals from all over the world who want to make a difference. Apply to Oxford and receive a first class education with a difference.
Oxford Executive MBA
Our Executive MBA will provide you with a new perspective on business. Taught part time over 21 months, the modular format allows you to benefit from an immersive and rigorous educational experience that will revolutionise your outlook whilst continuing to thrive in your career. We also offer scholarships each year to exceptional female candidates.
Come along to our Women’s Event in New York to find out more about the School and the programme.