Three School of Sport and Service Management students are helping author, Nathan Gokhool, launch his first book.
Natalie Welsh (Retail Management BA), Jack Stewart (Sport Journalism BA) and Alara Baser (International Event Management BA) are all in the final year of their course. For the Public Relations module, under the Bright Young Things initiative, they were matched with Nathan to work together on this strategic project.
Their strategy included creating a social media account to promote the book and attending events aimed at specific audiences. The events included Dyspraxic Me so they could engage the dyspraxic community and small business events at HSBC where they spoke to the general public. Continue reading →
Tourism, hospitality and events students spent a week in The Gambia as part of the Niche Tourism module.
The module provides an integrated overview on niche tourism and gives students the opportunity to understand and critically assess the key issues during their trip by taking part in workshops and local guided visits. Students gather essential tourism experiences by visiting this unique developing country and by collaborating with Gambian students. Continue reading →
The University of Brighton welcomed guest speaker Stuart Mawhinney, Senior PR Manager for Sky Sports last week. Mawhinney has led multi-million pound marketing campaigns, as well as managing internal and external relationships with famous footballers such as John Terry. Continue reading →
The number of University of Brighton graduates finding work or moving on to further study after completing their studies has hit its highest ever level.
According to the latest annual figures from the Higher Education Statistics Agency, more than nine out of ten graduates who completed their first degree in 2014-15 were in employment or further study, with over 70 percent employed at a managerial and professional level.Continue reading →
Anastasia, who is in the final year of her degree, was one of just 12 people offered a place from 1,600 applications. The programme starts this September and runs for two years – at the end Anastasia has the security of a guaranteed job or the option to go on a Volkswagen international placement. Continue reading →
Friday 27 November saw the annual Meads Magic Event take place in Eastbourne and despite a very rainy and windy outlook hundreds of people turned up to celebrate an early Christmas. The event is one of Eastbourne’s premier Christmas street fairs and final year International Event Management BA(Hons) student Lauren Sigrist helped ensure the event was a resounding success. Continue reading →
Students from the school’s Sport Journalism, International Event Management, International Tourism Management, International Travel Management and Sport Management courses were united last week for two field trips:
Our previous students have embarked on a wide variety of career paths following graduation with companies including Quaglinos, D&D London; Cisco Systems; Goldman Sachs; United World Games; Hilton; Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award. Some of the roles they have secured include as: production assistants; event managers, coordinators and assistants; PR account executives and managers; production and logistics manager. Continue reading →
Event students are encouraged to be proactive in getting volunteering experiences in the events industry during their course. Volunteering not only helps put learning into practise but looks great on a CV too. Continue reading →