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The influences on the increase of upper degrees

A research report on grade inflation authored by economist Dr Ray Bachan from Brighton Business School and commissioned by Universities UK on behalf of the UK Standing Committee for Quality Assessment (UKSCQA) has been published on the Universities UK website along-side a UK-wide consultation document. Ray is also our course leader for our Finance and Investment BSc(Hons). The…

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From graduate to Managing Director

Brighton Business School graduate, Rosanna Woods, has been appointed Managing Director UK of Drooms, considered the leading provider of data rooms in Europe. Ms Woods, who was awarded a BA(Hons) in International Business in 2009 and an MSc in Marketing from the University in 2011, joined Drooms in 2015 and prior to her new position,…

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Guest lecture: Improving the social and environmental impact of brands

Nicky Wells, former Unilever Marketing Manager now a marketing consultant, recently co-delivered the marketing and responsibility lecture focusing on working with internal and external stakeholders to improve the social and environmental impact of brands. Nicky shared her experience as Marketing Manager and Brand Manager for leading Unilever brands including the real beauty campaign for Dove,…

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Client Interviewing: A Professional Insight from Coffin Mew

Our Law LLB students were recently joined by Leon Deakin of Coffin Mew LLP for their second client interviewing workshop. Having studied History as an undergraduate Leon took the Law conversion route to being a solicitor via the PGDL and then LPC at the College of Law London. After some work experience in the larger London firms…

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Criminals are using antique weapons due to a loophole in UK law

W. Scott McGill/Shutterstock.com Helen Williamson, University of Brighton Antique guns are increasingly cropping up in violent crimes due to a lack of control around the sale, transfer and ownership of firearms made before 1939. Between 2008 and 2016, four fatalities were linked to the use of antique weapons, while the number of antiques recorded in…

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Ten ways to get on top of your overloaded email inbox that actually work

  Most of us are addicted to email, some estimates say we spend nearly five and a half hours each weekday checking it. Despite the explosion of social media in recent years, email is not on the decline. Surveys estimate that the number of emails sent out each day will have grown to 246 billion…

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Three Peaks Challenge

On 11 and 12 August this year the MSc/PG Dip HRM programme leader Dr Penny Simpson undertook the Three Peaks Challenge in a team of five for the charity Dreams Come True. “The Three Peaks Challenge is attempting the three highest peaks of Scotland, Wales, and England in 24 hours including the transportation. “We started this attempt at…

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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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Logistics and Supply Chain in practice

At the University of Brighton, we seek to give students experiences that help to underpin the theoretical knowledge delivered through the programme. Please find some pictures of visits over the last academic year. We started our visit to Birmingham on a cold winter’s night looking at the amazing, but small, canal system built in the…

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New book published on Complex Equality and the Court of Justice of the European Union

This week, our very own Richard Lang, senior lecturer in EU law has had his new book launched. The Court of Justice of the European Union has long drawn criticism for its almost total reliance on Aristotle’s doctrine that likes should be treated like, and unlikes unlike.  In this book, Richard Lang proposes that the EU’s…

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