School of Business and Law

Inspiring journeys to work

Management MSc students pitching ideas to local business people

Students seeking local business projects

We’re looking for local businesses who would benefit from free insight from our enthusiastic and innovative teams of students. As part of their final module, our students can help your business with marketing-related projects such as expansion plans, competitor analysis or promoting a new service/product. If this is something that you think your business could…

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Jade Chalker: from law undergraduate to law postgraduate

We caught up with Jade Chalker, one of our Law students. Jade joined us in 2017 studying Law LLB and stayed and is now studying our International Law and Social Justice LLM. Why did you choose to study law? “I chose to study law as it helps you to think from a different perspective. The…

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Brighton business students impress judges in ‘The Tiger’s Pen’

University of Brighton’s business students have served up a host of new business pitches to  leading local business experts at an event dubbed The Tiger’s Pen. The brainchild of Sonny Cutting, Founder and Event Director of the Sussex Business Show (part of Network Express), this local take on TV’s The Dragons’ Den is designed to…

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Major national business award accolade for University of Brighton

The School of Business and Law (SBL) gained the Small Business Charter Award for its influential support of local enterprises, SMEs and start-ups, along with its commitment to local growth and regeneration, which is at the core of both the School and the University.  The School will hold the award for three years. Based in…

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Picture of Family Law scholarships Loren May Waddon and Alana Frawley flanked by Robert Williams and Alan Larkin from Family Law Partners

Students celebrate new Brighton law scholarships

The first students to receive new law scholarships offered by award-winning local firm Family Law Partners have been celebrated at the University of Brighton. Brighton-based Family Law Partners announced their Law Progression Scholarship with University of Brighton last April, designed to support students from lower income backgrounds through the entirety of their undergraduate studies. The…

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Brighton professor appointed to UN ethical tourism committee

Our Tourism researcher and lecturer Professor Marina Novelli has been appointed as member of the UNWTO’s World  Committee on Tourism Ethics (WCTE). The UN’s World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) is the United Nations agency in charge of promoting responsible, sustainable and universally accessible tourism. As the leading international organization in the field of tourism, the UNWTO…

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The winning team

Brighton to submit two winning law teams to this year’s national CEDR competition.

In their first semester, 24 of our law students from across all our law courses took part in an annual regional negotiations competition to determine who would go forward to represent Brighton at the national and international competition. The final took place on Tuesday 14 December with four pairs competing with judges Jay Barnett and Romy…

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Tigers on the hunt in Brighton

On 11 January, the Tiger’s Pen will be launching a special edition at University of Brighton, where Business Management BSc and International Business Management BSc  students will pitch their ideas to a panel of judges associated with The Tiger’s Pen, the Sussex Business Show, and the Brighton and Hove Chamber of Commerce. The Sussex Business Show, part…

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Hedging when it matters

The determinants of when producers, consumers and other merchant participants use futures and options Having a well-oiled risk management system is widely accepted as critical to modern business and enterprise. But a recent study found that the rationle for firms to manage exposure to markets, such energy prices, prices of industrial metals and the prices…

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Winchester Christmas Market

Students feeling Christmassy in Winchester

International Tourism Management and International Event Management undergraduate students recently visited Winchester Cathedral and Winchester Christmas Market as part of their Belong at Brighton  experience, which they missed out on in their first year due to Covid restrictions. The event was organised by course leader Dr Nigel Jarvis to allow the students to see event…

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