School of Business and Law

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A boost for your uni journey

If you’re joining us this September you could get help with halls costs, travel, parking and laptop loans. And if you’re looking for flexible part-time work, we can help with that too! The University of Brighton has launched a package of funding, support and other services worth up to £1,750 to new students starting their…

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Belong at Brighton: Online School of Business and Law welcome events

Our Belong at Brighton events are for offer holders and new students starting university in 2024. These events are a great way to meet us either in person or online, get to know more about your subject and student life at Brighton, ask any questions you have about studying here, and connect with other students….

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What can you do with a Marketing Management degree?

The University of Brighton is proud to offer Marketing Management BSc(Hons), a course designed to put your skills and knowledge into practice by working on client-based projects, developing innovative solutions to marketing problems. We focus on building your understanding of planning, strategy, consumer psychology, market research and digital customer experience – but with ethical and…

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Residential Summer Schools

Join us from 9 -12  July 2024 for the University of Brighton Residential Summer Schools! Our on-campus residential summer schools offer young people in their first year of college and 6th form the chance to try out what it’s like studying at university. You will get a chance to explore varied sessions during the day to…

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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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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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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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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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Guest lecture: Analysing Eurovision as a destination marketing campaign

Our students have been looking at the Eurovision Song Contest as a case study to evaluate how events and festivals are used for destination marketing purposes. Guest lecturer – Dr Catherine Baker from the University of Hull, spoke to our students about the Eurovision Song Contest in Liverpool earlier this year. Catherine leads on the…

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AI industry panel event

How to use AI in higher education and the workplace 

Technology is forever changing and artificial intelligence (AI) is central to the conversation around what’s next. Earlier this month our Marketing Management BSc course leader Liz Hawkins organised an industry panel event for a discussion on AI, titled ‘How to use AI and get away with it’. “AI will fundamentally change the world for marketing,…

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