Brighton Business School

Inspiring journeys to work

MBA Marketing Masterclass: the benefits of using the case study method

Dr Véronique Boulocher-Passet, Senior Lecturer in Marketing In teaching marketing to the MBA students, my choice naturally heads towards using the case method, which has endured as an effective teaching tool in business education for more than a century. A case study, or case, describes an actual situation and involves a decision, a challenge, an opportunity,…

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Kunlasab on Public Services Management at Brighton

We recently caught up with Kunlasab Sailabada, who graduated from our MSc Management (Public Services) in 2014. Why did you choose to do a Masters at Brighton? “I had been working as a Human Resource Management officer in the Ministry of Finance in Thailand. I won a scholarship to do a Masters degree. I searched a lot…

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Stephanie Barkway on being a successful manager and putting it into practice

Stephanie Barkway graduated from Brighton Business School in 2014 with a degree in Business Management and is now working for an Asset Management company in London as a Development and Marketing Manager. “There are so many reasons why I am proud to be a University of Brighton Business School student but it is mainly because…

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MSc Logistics and Supply Chain Students’ Passion for Success

We are very proud of our students, they come from a diverse background but they all share a passion for success. Hear are some stories from just a few of our students. Altan Isik (Turkey) and Matthew Levett (UK)

Sam’s career is full of eastern promise

Our Alumni team recently interviewed Sam Duckett, who studied International Finance and Capital Markets with us in 2009, to talk about how he has successfully carved out a career as a radio presenter in China.

Computercentre run mock assessment centre for students

On 18 January, Computacentre ran a mock assessment centre for Business School students to help them understand recruitment processes for placements.

Young Eritreans are victims of poor decision making by British asylum officials

Jo Wilding, University of Brighton The Home Office has been criticised for a policy which excluded Eritrean children evicted from the Calais Jungle camp from resettlement in the UK. Documents obtained by the Public Law Project show how asylum decisions for Eritreans have been based on questionable information about conditions in the country.

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Jake Stead on student support and blue chip placements

Jake Stead graduated from the University of Brighton Business School in 2014 with a degree in Business Management. “I am proud to be a University of Brighton Graduate because not only did I receive a first class education, but excellent support from the careers department which allowed me to gain invaluable experience with a top…

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Free Access for Students to Brandwatch Analytics

Entrepreneurs, marketers and sales teams all need to understand how today’s digitally empowered consumers reach and interact with their brands, and their competitors. Ben Hackett from Brandwatch recently led a guest lecture to students on how to understand online conversation and data can inform marketing decisions. Insights powered by social media Brandwatch specialise in providing insight…

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Top project management tips from Insight Software

On 18 January, Susan Trapp from Insight Software, shared her extensive experiences of successful project management with students. Susan left students with four top tips on project management: to start with the why plan out the work using a Work Breakdown Structure create a RACI structure and to use a Gantt chart to manage the work.

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