Oxford Business Group’s commitment to Academia
Oxford Business Group considers this year’s business students to be our future staff, analysts and customers and is therefore committed to supporting students and academics in several ways. We are delighted to offer students a licence to read our reports online – a rich resource with over 55,000 searchable articles drawn from primary research into different economic sectors and industries.
Our senior editors are available to deliver lectures and our talk ‘Emerging Markets, New Safe Havens?’ has been delivered to dozens of universities globally.
We are always keen to attract top graduates and we participate in careers fairs globally. See our careers page here for more information on working for OBG. We also recruit student ambassadors around the world.
If you want to contact us to book an academic lecture or to receive a job description or for any other enquiry, please use the form on the right of this page.
OBG partners with over 60 Universities and Business Schools worldwide.
More than 10,000 students already benefit from our academic offer. If you are interested in joining them please contact us using the form on the right of this page.
An OBG University Library licence is also extremely affordable and available in many top business schools.
Some of the schools and universities we are currently working with:
- University of Oxford
- Columbia University
- University College London
- London School of Economics and Political Science
- King’s College London
- Wharton Business School
- National University of Singapore
- University of Atma Jaya Yogyakarta
- University of Dubai
- Zayed University
- Universidad del Pacifico
- Lagos Business School
- Al Akhawayn University
As well as supporting students and academics with research, the OBG senior team supports arts and culture through various philanthropic enterprises – read The Times’ feature on OBG CEO Elizabeth Boissevain.
Our students are expected to learn by doing. Hence they need reliable secondary data on which to work, as well as their own personally generated primary data. A number of students told me the reports would have been helpful for their dissertation projects.
I hope this will be the start of a long and mutually beneficial relationship. Thank you.
Prof. DA Kirby, Professor, British University in Egypt
The initiative your company is taking in engaging students is impressive and required.
Ralon Nazareth, Academic, University of Waterloo, Dubai
I was fascinated not only by the access to lots of free resources but also by the novelty of the format. Your reports will broaden my horizons in all fields, which will certainly be an aid in finishing my thesis (...) I love it!
Rachel, Student, Shanghai University, China
I find OBG's publications very useful. May OBG continue to help more students like me.
Kat, AB-Political Science, University of Santo Tomas, The Philippines
We have found The Reports to be immensely helpful…Thank you for your dedication to supporting student initiatives
Jennifer Storm, Oxford University, UK
Simultaneously providing the very latest global information that you do not know and yet also re-configuring and transforming the information that you do already know, Oxford Business Group delivered an event that was deeply insightful and thought-provoking
Dr. Kit Burton, Regent’s College London, UK
One of the most interesting and eye opening presentation at Cass Business School yet. (...) I believe every professional whether working in the financial sector or not should read at least one of Oxford Business Group's avant-garde Reports
Karim Hmoud, Msc in Investment Management, Cass Business School in the UK