FEB Collaborates with Adam Smith Business School, University of Glasgow, UK

FEB UB continues to improve its reputation by establishing collaboration in QS100 with Adam Smith Business School, University of Glasgow, UK.

In October 2023, and the implementation in 2024, Prof. Eko Ganis Sukoharsono, PhD had the opportunity to fulfill the invitation from Adam Smith Business School to visit and establish academic collaboration. There is no need to doubt the reputation of Adam Smith Business School since the university is in the category of the 3 (three) oldest universities in the UK, founded in 1451.

Professor Eko Ganis had the opportunity to go to Adam Smith Business School by first receiving an official invitation, then obtaining permission to travel abroad from the Indonesian Secretary of State and processing visa to the UK.

Prof. Eko Ganis said that this was his first trip to Glasgow and visited Adam Smith Business School which has a reputation as the world’s top business school.

“The name Adam Smith is a popular trade mark as a world economist with contributions to his work Wealth of Nation. Adam Smith is an alumnus and a professor at the University of Glagow and his name has been used as the name of the business school to this day,” he said.

Together with Professor Danture, Professor Eko Ganis inspected the location of the lecture venue and the classic building of the legendary Adam Smith Business School.

While at the University of Glasgow, Professor Eko Ganis discussed several matters of concern for cooperation.

“It was agreed that the areas of cooperation include education, research and community service. For the Education area, FEB UB teaching staff, especially in the field of accounting, receive priority to continue their studies at the Doctor of Philosophy level at Adam Smith Business School. There are already 2 FEB UB teaching staff who have prepared proposals for the process of continuing their studies in Glasgow and are currently under discussion during in Glasgow,” he said. (*/OKY/UB PR/ Trans. Iir)