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Tourism and events students visit market-leading international travel event

Our tourism and event students recently visited the World Travel Market (WTM) at ExCel London on a field trip. WTM is the market-leading international travel event that unlocks business opportunities for inbound and outbound tourism professionals. The annual event is one of the largest corporate business events of its kind. Our undergraduate and postgraduate tourism…

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Tourism professor Marina Novelli

Tourism professor voted in as Fellow of the prestigious International Academy for the Study of Tourism

Professor Marina Novelli has been voted in as a Fellow of the International Academy for the Study of Tourism. This is the highest learned society with membership comprised of just 84 of the most prominent academics contributing to the study of tourism on a global scale. The Academy noted Marina’s ‘long-term contributions to the field…

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Tourism graduate, Lilli Pullan

Tourism alum shares advice for securing a grad job with current students

The marketing team at VisitBrighton came to Elm House to speak to our tourism students about their marketing strategy and campaign activity.  Students welcomed Charlotte Barrow, Senior Marketing Executive at VisitBrighton, and Lilli Pullan, Marketing Officer at VisitBrighton and former International Tourism Management with Marketing BSc student. Lilli joined the VisitBrighton team over the summer,…

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Lyn Trapano

Former tourism student gives guest lecture on destination marketing organisations

Lyn Trapano, a former tourism student, visited our current cohort to talk about the purpose of destination marketing organisations. Lyn graduated from the University of Brighton in 2001 and now works as the Partnership and Visitor Services Manager at Visit Brighton. She came and spoke to our first-year International Tourism Management BSc students about statistics…

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Award winner Marina Novelli

Professor Marina Novelli wins award for contribution to sustainability in African tourism sector

Professor Marina Novelli has won a Changemaker Impact Award for her work to support innovation and sustainability in the African tourism sector. The University of Brighton professor received the Changemaker Impact Award at the Aviators Africa Conference and Tower (AACT) Awards in Johannesburg on 22 October, in recognition of her 20 years working in collaboration with…

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Professor Marina Novelli

Vote for tourism professor Marina Novelli in the upcoming sustainable tourism AACT awards

Professor Marina Novelli has been nominated for a Changemaker Award in the impact category at the upcoming Aviators Africa Conference and Tower (AACT) Awards. The AACT Awards recognise, celebrate and honour excellence and sustainability within the African aviation and tourism sector.  Marina teaches tourism and international development at the School of Business and Law. Her research…

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Veronica Povey gives keynote speech to students and staff in Elm House

Women in Leadership: Finance Director at Ministry of Defence inspires students and staff

On Wednesday 29 June our students and staff were joined by Veronica Povey, Finance Director (Head Office and Strategic Programmes) at the Ministry of Defence, as part of our Women in Leadership Series. The event was hosted in Elm House, the School of Business and Law’s new home on our Moulsecoomb campus, and kicked off with…

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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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Brighton expert putting spotlight on water environments and wellbeing

University of Brighton’s Dr Catherine Kelly will speak at an event on 30 November on the wellbeing benefits of natural water environments. The two-hour webinar – entitled Promoting Health and Wellbeing Through Integrated Water Management – is a collaboration between the Environment Agency and the Catchment Based Approach (CaBA) organisation. In addition to Dr Kelly’s…

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Brighton University to lead British Council project on innovation and youth entrepreneurship in Africa

University of Brighton will partner with experts from the African continent to foster sustainable tourism entrepreneurship across Sub-Saharan Africa. Professor Marina Novelli will head an international team of academics and industry experts working on a project supported by the British Council’s Innovation for African Universities (IAU) Programme. The project aims to provide opportunities particularly for young…

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