Institute of Business and Economics
"These types of activities provide the platform for students to initiate an international outlook and develop a strong understanding of different countries cultures and business practices. The exposure to such real world experiences is invaluable for the practical skills developed and particularly beneficial during such an impressionable time in the early careers of the students." - Mr Nathan Sinclair ('91) Executive Director, Credit Agricole CIB
Who we are
The Scots College Institute of Business and Economics has been established to honour the collective business acumen of generations of Scots Old Boys, providing a forum for Scots boys to learn from their predecessors and be exposed to rich 'real world' opportunities and experiences.
To expand business education opportunities for Scots boys and create partnerships between The Scots College and the broader community.
What we do
The Institute aims to establish Scots as a leader in the provision of business education through the following activities:
• Scots Business Community
• Investment Club
• Lectures and Presentations Program
• School to University Transition Program
• Biennial International Study Tours
• Student Business Mentoring Program
• Scots Political Economy Review publication
Business, Leadership and Sport Seminar
If you would like to view the stream of the last Business, Leadership and Sport Seminar, it is available in two parts please click the following links for part 1 and part 2. When asked for a password please use scots.
IBE Evening Courses
The Institue of Business and Economics is proud to announce the launch of a number of evening courses. The first, a seven week course, begins on the 9 May. This course 'An Introduction to Political Economy and Business Communication Skills' will explore the economic and political forces that are currently shaping our world. Open to both students and parents, and will be of interest to the following groups; public speakers and debaters, those interested in applying for cadetships or scholarships and those with an interest in exploring the factors that are shaping society. More information on the course and the staff can be found here. To book a spot on the course please click here.
Find out more
1. View a copy of the Institute of Business and Economics brochure by clicking on this link.
2. If you have any questions please contact Francis George at firstname.lastname@example.org
3. Please click here for a summary from the Student President, Max Cooper.