School of Business and Law

Inspiring journeys to work

Sue Greener

Breeding sheep and encouraging students to debate current business trends: Sue Greener

Meet Dr Sue Greener, a published author, sheep breeder and one of our part-time Principal Lecturers supervising final-year undergraduate business and doctoral students with their project work. On which programmes and modules do you teach? I teach on the Joint Honours Programme in Hastings. I am the Business strand leader for students remaining in study…

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Clearing Information Days 2017

Good luck to everyone receiving A-Level results today! If your exams have gone differently from the way you expected, or you have had a change of heart about the course you want to do then Clearing can be a great way to start that journey. Our Clearing hotline is open. Call us on 01273 644000 Full…

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Yay! It’s time to go to work!

In a recent interview with Sussex Chamber of Commerce’s member magazine Business Edge, our Creativity in Enterprise module leader, David Foster, highlights common symptoms of a business working sub-optimally, affecting staff morale: environmental – the cleanliness of the working environment, desk-space, availability of parking etc. emotional – the absence of camaraderie, or not feeling valued cultural –…

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Volunteering at the Chinese Educational Development Project

All of our Business Top-up students have the opportunity to volunteer as part of their course. Yiting Hu, Business Top-Up BSc(Hons) student, volunteered to help the Chinese Educational Development Project in Brighton. Yiting tells us about her experiences volunteering. The Chinese Educational Development Project- CEDP was established in 2000, which is aim to support Chinese community of…

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Encouraging entrepreneurial thinking in students

Clare Millington, Course Leader for the one-year Business Top-up degree, recently presented at the International Entrepreneurship Educators Conference (IEEC). Using a Pecha Kucha approach, where presenters have 20 slides of 20 seconds each, Clare presented on how collaboration between staff from different disciplines could help to student’s develop entrepreneurial competencies and aptitude.

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