Brighton Business School

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Rachael Carden

Helping students achieve that ‘lightbulb’ moment: Rachael Carden

A former English teacher in both the UK and abroad, Rachael Carden is the Course Leader for our four-year International Business Management BSc(Hons). Rachael’s passion is supporting students in achieving that ‘lightbulb’ moment! On which programmes and modules do you teach? I am the Course Leader for the BSc International Business programme and I teach on…

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Brighton Business School becomes member of AACSB

Brighton Business School is delighted to announce our membership of the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). AACSB is one of the largest and most widely recognised business school accreditations in the world. As a member, Brighton Business School now has access to a global network of Business Education professionals, enabling us to…

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Business Management within the third sector

Meet Zac Hill, who graduated with a degree in Business Management in 2010. Zac is in the process of launching his own business, This is All, which aims to help other social enterprises to improve their internal operations. Zac talks about how his course and experiences at Brighton led him to work within the third sector. “I’m…

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MBA students gain insights from founders

As part of our MBA International Strategy module we work with our local business partners to help students understand how successful entrepreneurs approach new market entry challenges. Recently, our Brighton MBA students visited two local companies, PVL and the Learning People. The group had dedicated time with the founders of both companies as well as a venture capital…

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Market entry exercise making easy work of buying Christmas presents

As part of their International Strategy module, members of the 2017/18 Brighton Business School MBA cohort were given just three hours to deliver a market entry strategy for Sugru and its amazing mouldable glue product… which is amongst Time Magazine’s 50 Best Inventions. The students analysed two potential geographical markets and considered a range of…

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Sue Greener

Breeding sheep and encouraging students to debate current business trends: Sue Greener

Meet Dr Sue Greener, a published author, sheep breeder and one of our part-time Principal Lecturers supervising final-year undergraduate business and doctoral students with their project work. On which programmes and modules do you teach? I teach on the Joint Honours Programme in Hastings. I am the Business strand leader for students remaining in study…

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Jenny Knight

Making students laugh and leaving them inspired: Dr Jenny Knight

We know you like hearing about our students and what they’re up to but we thought we’d start introducing you to our lovely lecturers too. We’ll be profiling a member of our teaching staff each week so you can get to know a little more about some of the people who will be inspiring you…

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New partnership with Management Training Specialists

Each year we hold two prize-giving events to recognise the achievements of our students. These events are sponsored by local and national businesses. We caught up with Sean McPheat, Managing Director of one of our most recent sponsors, management training specialists, MTD Training. “MTD Training are absolutely delighted to be starting an on-going relationship with Brighton…

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What happens if you get a 2:2?

What happens if you get a 2:2? According to graduate Rob Bishop, you get a lot of companies interested in you! We’ve been catching up with our recent graduates to help new and returning students get a sense of what they can do with their degrees. Periodically we’ll be sharing the stories of graduates and how…

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The promise of pizza

The promise of pizza encouraged University of Brighton students to increase their recycling and to reduce waste by more than 25 percent. Becca Melhuish, the University’s Environmental Officer (Sustainable Behaviour and Engagement), ran a recycling competition in halls of residents and scored students on how well they recycled. The best recyclers were awarded prizes, mainly…

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