Sunday, July 21, 2024

Panthers partner with Nottingham Trent University

A new partnership between the Nottingham Panthers and Nottingham Trent University will see Panthers players attend Nottingham Business School (NBS) to study a postgraduate degree.

NBS holds three globally recognised hallmarks of excellence and quality for business education, from EQUIS, AACSB and AMBA, putting it in the top one per cent of business schools in the world.

Panthers CEO, Omar Pacha, said: “We are very proud to be linking-up with Nottingham Trent University. It is a top-class university and Nottingham Business School is known throughout the world.

“We’re very lucky to have them in Nottingham and they put our city on the map. At the Panthers, we understand the value of being ambassadors in the city and it was important to team-up with someone who shares the same values and has a base in Nottingham.

“Having this deal with the University is a great tool in attracting high-calibre players to the Panthers. It’s great to have Hugo (Roy) and Matt (Spencer) as the first two players on courses at the Nottingham Business School.

“I have been lucky enough to visit the University and the facilities are simply outstanding. It’s clear that it’s a great environment for students to study in. I’d like to thank Baback and the team at Nottingham Business School for making this possible and we look forward to working with them very closely.”

Executive Dean of Nottingham Business School, Professor Baback Yazdani, said: “We are looking forward to welcoming Panthers’ representatives to NBS where they will each receive a personalised learning experience tailored to their ambition.

“Our triple crown accreditation means that they will enter the next stage of their career with a qualification which is internationally recognised as excellent and they will be acknowledged by employers as top talent in business as well as ice hockey.”

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