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Jo Snoeck, research coordinator in the department, has started a part-time course at the Saïd Business School in “Strategy and Innovation”. “It’s the perfect bite-size introduction of business thinking”, Jo said.

She is a digital ambassador for the Diploma, and contributes to a blog about the Oxford Experience from the students’ point of view on the course itself, but also on the social life in Oxford, the implementation of course content in working life and the balance between work, study and family life. 

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