Brighton Business School

Inspiring journeys to work

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All Aboard for the Startup Cruise

On April 4th 2019, I will be stepping aboard a boat from Newhaven to Dieppe and co-facilitating the Startup Cruise. An idea inspired by our award-winning DIAL (Drop-in Action Learning) Project, thirty startups from the UK will explore the innovation and growth potential of their small businesses through a journey of discovery. Arriving in Dieppe…

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Black and in Business

Black and in Business is BACK!!!

Brighton Business School alumni, Marvin Okai and Denzil Lawrence, are back at university to talk about their journey to becoming Chartered Accountants and why they developed their blog Black and in Business to share their experience. After graduation, they created the blog with the aim of providing students with insight into their journey to work….

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MAKING THE MOST OUT OF APPLICANT DAY

They say that first impressions leave a lasting impression, and so if you haven’t already visited the University of Brighton at an Open Day, then an Applicant Day is your opportunity to meet some of the lecturers and find out more about the course you want to study. Now that you’ve narrowed down your University…

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Maximising Your University Experience

You know the saying, “you don’t know what you’ve got ‘til it’s gone”? This is the feeling I fear after finishing university. I don’t want to look back on my time at university, facing the competitive job market, and regret not utilising the resources that were available to me. I’ve seen friends graduate in Summer…

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Sussex v Brighton Annual Moot 2018

By Law LLB students, Anna Davis and Ranya Alshaiba The Annual Sussex v Brighton Mooting Challenge was held at Brighton University’s Huxley Building on the 26thNovember, sponsored by Howlett Clarke. Alison Bernard and Mitchell (Mitch) Howes represented Brighton. The moot problem was an appeal to the Supreme Court concerning the behaviour of a couple after…

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Georgia’s placement year

Georgia Byrne is studying International Event Management BA(Hons) with us and decided to take the optional year in industry after the second year of her course. Georgia is working at St Wilfrid’s Hospice and we caught up with her to find out more about her placement and her course to date: “I chose to study event…

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Harley-Davidson and Identity visit discuss event branding

Students from the Brighton Business School and the School of Sport and Service Management and the (based on the university’s Eastbourne campus) were visited by Harley-Davidson, including motorbikes, and Identity group. The afternoon provided an opportunity to meet key figures from both organisations and gain an insight into the importance of events for high-profile brands. Identity…

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Tom Amber and Eddie the Eagle

Marketing student shortlisted for the Sussex Sports Awards 2018 Young Volunteer of the Year

One of our current Marketing Management with Placement Year students was recently nominated as a finalist for the Sussex Sports Awards 2018 Young Volunteer of the Year. Tom Amber, a final-year Business School marketing student, was shortlisted for the award because of his involvement with Woodingdean Wanderers and his volunteer work associated with the University…

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Paige Hall receiving her Skillshub prize from Suzanna Baynard, Finance Manager at MTD

Microlearning Platform Offers a Student Prize to Brighton Business School

We are delighted to announce that microlearning platform, Skillshub will be offering a 12-month subscription to one of our students for the second year running for the 2018/19 academic year. Skillshub are microlearning experts that specialise in the delivery of short online learning sessions that allow you take immediate action. Their library of online resources…

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Conference examines working life

We are all set to host the ninth annual Art of Management Organisation conference, focusing on the word ‘performance’ as a catalyst to explore and understand the complexity of working life. Artists, performers, researchers, consultants, educators and more – 170 delegates from around the world in total – will contribute to the four-day event, which…

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