School of Business and Law

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Ground-breaking research project between universities deemed ‘Euro-visionary’

School of Business and Law lecturer, Dr Barbara Grabher, has recently contributed to a research project, commissioned by the British Council, that explores the impact of Eurovision 2023. The ‘ground-breaking research’ was lead by the University of Hull, in collaboration with the University of Brighton, the University of Glasgow, and Royal Holloway (University of London)….

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Italian Ministry of Tourism advertisement

Student work: An Italian destination marketing campaign critique

The School of Business and Law’s Destination Marketing module is an optional module for a number of courses, including Marketing Management BSc(Hons) and International Business Management BSc(Hons). The module explores the ways in which destination marketing is about much more than simply the marketing of tourist destinations. It looks at how destinations differentiate themselves from…

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SBL EDI Business Challenge team

Brighton students win round one of the Microsoft EDI Business Challenge

A group of students from the University of Brighton’s School of Business and Law won round one of Microsoft’s EDI Business Challenge, a national competition where teams have to work together to develop solutions to a real world business challenge. This is the first time the University of Brighton has participated in the competition, which…

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Eve outside Elm House

A day in the life of a second-year law student

Meet Eve, a second-year Law LLB(Hons) student, who shares an insight into what it’s like to study law at Brighton Law School in her own words. A day in my life Thursday is my busiest day at the University of Brighton with three sessions, all two hours long. I would say that Thursday is my…

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Inclusive Practice Ambassadors within the School of Business and Law

Meet our Inclusive Practice Ambassadors

Our Inclusive Practice Ambassadors (IPAs) play an essential role in ensuring equality, diversity and inclusivity are incorporated in to the student experience on our courses. Led by the Inclusive Practice Lead for the School of Business and Law – Dr Hasan Gilani, the IPAs have lined-up a set of activities that include (but are not…

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Angela with course leader Liz Hawkins

Marketing grad joins NHS Graduate Management Training Scheme

Angela studied on our Marketing Management BSc(Hons) degree, and has recently started a graduate role at the NHS. In her first year, Angela will work as a Patient Safety and Governance Coordinator and in her second year as a Digital Business Graduate. What role did you apply for? I applied to the NHS Graduate Management Training…

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Illustration of Heidi

Destination marketing through film and literature

Last week, students on our Destination Marketing module learned about historic fictional literature figure, Heidi. Heidi is epitomised as the curly haired Swiss girl running through the Swiss Alps. She is the immortalised character of author Johanna Spyri, who created Heidi in the late 1800s. Onna Rageth, a senior research associate at the University of…

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Arjeam and Jessica, Student Engagement Partners

Meet our Student Engagement Partners

Meet our Student Engagement Partners Jessica and Arjeam. These are the new faces you’ll be seeing lots around Elm House, home to the School of Business and Law. Jessica is a second-year Business Management with Marketing BSc student, and Arjeam is a second-year Business Management with Economics BSc student. We caught up with Jessica and…

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Students chatting to the employability team

How we support you

Here in the School of Business and Law, we promote an ask for help culture. There’s so much support available to help you academically, with your employability, as well as support for your physical and mental wellbeing. Our Teaching and Learning Lead, Sarah Cork, shares some advice for students: “Take control of your journey. It’s…

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Student laughing in Elm House

Project support for local organisations from our students

Are you a local business or community group looking for support on a project? Our students could provide just the support you’re looking for. Every year, School of Business and Law students on our Developing Professional Practice in Business module take part in local projects around Brighton & Hove. A team of students could help…

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