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Brighton firm funds new law degree scholarships

To mark its 10th anniversary, award-winning Brighton-based practice Family Law Partners has announced a £36,000 fund to support law study at Brighton. The scholarships from Family Law Partners – the Law Society’s Medium Law Firm of the Year 2019 – will support candidates from poorer socio-economic backgrounds and/or black and black-mixed heritage to study law…

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Top three place for student duo in final of national marketing competition    

Eloise Scoley and Jasmin Haefeli have taken third place in the final of the Chartered Institute of Marketing’s national competition The Pitch. Having already set up their own marketing agency – Squash and Coriander – the University of Brighton duo were responding to a live client brief from global technology giant Samsung, coming up with…

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Students reach final of national CIM competition

Eloise Scoley and Jasmin Haefeli have reached the final of the Chartered Institute of Marketing’s national competition The Pitch, to be held on 19 March. ​Having already set up their own marketing agency – Squash and Coriander – the University of Brighton duo are responding to a live client brief from global technology giant Samsung, coming up…

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Brighton student creates new platform to boost access to remote working

Brighton undergraduate Kanoj Vora has teamed up with students in the US and Germany to create a new website to link students and employers for remote work. Currently in the second year of a BSc(Hons) in Economics, Kanoj co-created the new online platform – called Likeava – to bolster the worldwide surge in remote working. The…

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Rosemary French OBE, inspires staff and students on International Women’s Day

Yesterday, we were delighted to welcome Rosemary French OBE, who gave an inspirational speech to staff and students at Brighton on 8 March as part of the University’s celebration of International Women’s Day. Awarded an OBE in 2014 for services to women in business, the 2017 Sussex Business Woman of the Year in 2017 began…

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Celebrating International Women’s Day in times of a crisis

Brighton Business School and the student Equality Society are holding an event for International Women’s Day on Monday 8 March 2021 on the subject of Women during the time of Covid. The day will feature events and talks from students, staff and we’re delighted to announce that we will be welcoming guest speaker Rosemary French,…

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Zubair Adil

Entrepreneurial support for fellow students

We’re proud of all our students, and we wanted to introduce to you Zubair Adil, a final year Economics BSc(Hons) student, who is reaching out to offer 1:1 support to three fellow students who are looking to start their own business. Zubair not only co-founded his first business at the age of 13 but has since…

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Work ‘smart’ and do not let things you perceive as barriers hold you back: advice from Law alumni.

Zoe Bowler – a 2017 Brighton Law School graduate from our Law with Criminology LLB(Hons) degree is now a Trainee Solicitor at top law firm Charles Russell Speechlys. We caught up with Zoe for her take on how resilience can help you get the career you want, regardless of your A-level grades. “I received poor A-level grades which…

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Life as an event professional at a London startup

How do you think it feels to be  living your life as an event professional at a London startup? Brighton graduate Felicity Cator has offered us a glimpse in to her world… “Don’t you just sit around drinking coffee and playing video games all day?” I was jokingly asked by a rather cynical family friend, when…

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The Hidden Racism in Economics: a guest lecture with Professor John Komlos

Recently students and staff welcomed Professor John Komlos via Zoom on the topic of Hidden Racism in Economics. The talk was not just focused on economics, but looked at how discrimination harms people’s livelihoods and economies, and how freeing the world of bias would help address many challenges to society and the global economy. Professor Komlos…

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