Brighton Business School

Inspiring journeys to work

New MSc finance courses

Brighton Business School has launched a new suite of postgraduate finance courses, designed to offer more choice and opportunities to specialise. Finance and Banking MSc With the banking industry undergoing major changes, there has never been a more exciting or challenging time to join the profession. The Finance and Banking MSc will equip you with the…

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New trading room

The University of Brighton is investing in a brand new financial trading room. Opening in September 2015, the revamped facilities will use state-of-the-art commercial software to help finance students build real-world skills and conduct important research. Streaming up-to-the-minute data from Thomson-Reuters Eikon, the new trading room allows students to apply what they learn to real events…

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Working with industry

Logistics and Supply Chain MSc students have the opportunity to gain practical experience of working with industry via a consulting assignment or work experience. Assessment through a consulting assignment You will have the option to take a live consulting assignment. Students have recently undertaken consulting projects for The Body Shop and Edwards Vacuum, a global…

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Partnerships with Professional Bodies

Professional bodies and play an important part in study at the University of Brighton. Many of our courses are accredited and we invite influential figures to talk to students about current issues. Our Logistics and Supply Change Management MSc is accredited by the Chartered Institute of Purchasing and Supply (CIPS) and the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transportation…

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Logistics MSc field trips

We believe that field trips make a major contribution to student learning, and our Logistics and Supply Chain MSc students have been taking full advantage of industrial visits to develop their understanding of the concepts covered in the course. Recent visits include a trip to Jaguar Cars in Birmingham, where students went on a tour of the plant and had…

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Guest speakers from the retail industry

Guest speakers play an important part in study at the University of Brighton and we invite many influential figures from the retail industry to talk on themes such as: Life as a Retail Buyer (Mothercare fashion buyer) The Commercial Dynamics of Operating a Shopping Centre (former director of Portsmouth Gunwharf Quays Outlet Centre) How the…

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Rewarding outstanding teaching

The 2015 Brighton Students’ Union’s (BSU) Excellence Awards saw Business School staff being awarded for outstanding contributions to the student experience. The Excellence Awards are the only awards at the University of Brighton that are student led, from nominations to judging. They highlight the efforts of staff who students felt had made the most positive…

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Retail students inspired by field trips

Retail Management MSc students have the opportunity to go on field trips throughout their course. It deepens their understanding and brings the subject to life. During November, as part of their module on Consumer Psychology and the Customer Experience, our students went to the Westfield Stratford City shopping centre to explore the layout, as well as the…

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Studying abroad – the standout chapter of my life

Returning from my year abroad was hard. I was leaving the beautiful weather and laidback lifestyle of Turin, northwest Italy. The end of the standout chapter of my life. But now it is over, 6 months on and with my International Business BSc dissertation deadline looming, I’ve had plenty of time to reflect on the…

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Law students mooting their way to success

Congratulations to final-year Law with Business BSc(Hons) students George Stead and Callum Kirk who defeated Reading University in the semi-final round of the OUP National Mooting Competition. They are now through to the final four pairs in the country. Mooting competitions offer law students the opportunity to practise their oral and written skills. Students argue both…

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