Brighton Business School

Inspiring journeys to work

Introducing the industrial placement team

It has been even busier than usual over the past two weeks in Brighton Business School’s Industrial Placement office. On top of the many visitors and enquiries the office usually receives, students, staff and alumni have been popping by to see one team member in particular. Virginia Goodwill, Industrial Placements Officer, has worked at Brighton…

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When Humans Become Migrants

Marie-Bénédicte Dembour is a Professor of Law and Anthropology at the University of Brighton’s Business School. She was born and grew up in Belgium where she first studied law before moving to England to study Social Anthropology at the University of Oxford. Marie has long been concerned with studying and advocating for migrants’ rights, an…

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2015 Enterprise Competition Is Open

Do you have an idea for an entrepreneurial business, or have you started an entrepreneurial business and would like to win £2250? The Enterprise Competition is open to all University of Brighton students and alumni, individuals and teams and there are three categories: The most innovative product award – for the most innovative idea for…

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We’re a top 5 university for world-leading research impact in Business and Management Studies

According to the results of the Research Excellence Framework 2014 (REF), Brighton Business school is top 5 university for world-leading research impact in Business and Management Studies. Professor Aidan Berry, Director of Brighton Business School said ‘We are delighted that the REF 2014 recognises that our professional business school is producing useful research with real-world…

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Business Benefits

Relationships between our courses and industry are two way partnerships at the University of Brighton. Our students undertake placements and engage with businesses to gain experience and real world knowledge. In turn, businesses benefit from bringing new talent, outlooks and insights into their workplaces. Many of our courses are developed with industry input so that…

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The Juggling Act

Christine Blackledge is a second year LLB Law with Business Studies student at Brighton Business School. She juggles four children with her studies and running her home and own will writing business. In an interview with Alison Ferns on BBC Radio Sussex earlier this month, Christine said: ‘I really enjoy it and take it all in, I…

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Catching up with graduates at the Careers Fair

This year’s Careers Fair was a chance to meet potential future employers and find out about different career paths. There were over 100 businesses and organisations at the event! Not only were employers and recruitment teams there, but some of our graduates came back to visit us too. Luke Miles, who now works at Toyota,…

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8 Reasons Why You Should Start Blogging at University

  Improving your writing When you blog regularly you will start to learn how to write succinctly; an important skill for essay writing. You will establish efficient methods of researching and criticising information. You never want to spend too long writing a blog post and the more you write, the faster you become – a…

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Meet the finance team

Find out more about the course team behind our Economics and Finance MSc and Finance and Investment MSc postgraduate degrees. Students on these courses will also meet many of the team of nine module tutors. Some of our modules are optional and you will be taught by a specialist academic in the topics you study….

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Optional Modules in focus, Finance and Investment MSc and Economics and Finance MSc

Our MSc courses in Finance and Investment and Economics and Finance include a range of optional modules. This means that you can build your masters degree to match your interests, develop your skills and support your chosen career path. Robert Hayward, Course Leader, shares an insight into three of them. ‘Portfolio Modelling and Dealing. This…

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