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Omar Meho

Business grad Omar on breaking into the music industry

International DJ and business owner Omar Meho studied Business with Marketing BSc and is enjoying a hugely successful music career. Omar Meho’s runs award-winning business Music Workflow Academy, which provides equal educational opportunities to aspiring musicians and DJs around the world. Music Workflow Academy help individuals get into music production and DJing, via provide music…

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New partnership with local law practice

The School of Business and Law is excited to announce a new collaboration with Stowe Family Law Brighton. Stowe Family Law specialise in divorce, dissolution of civil partnerships and associated matters, including financial settlements and arrangements for children. They also have expertise in care proceedings and adoption. Stowe are offering the highest performing Brighton Law…

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Our economics course is 3rd in the UK for student satisfaction

The Complete University Guide 2024 league table published last week has ranked our Economics BSc(Hons) course third in the UK for student satisfaction. We’re also currently ranked second in the UK for teaching quality and student experience, according to the 2023 Times Good University Guide. These are fantastic results for our Economics course and our…

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What it’s like as a marketing intern on placement in Malta

Amy studies on our Marketing Management BSc(Hons) degree. She completed a nine-month placement year at the Marriott Hotel and Spa in Malta as a Marketing and Sales Intern. We caught up with Amy to get the low-down on her placement year. What was your placement like? My placement was such a fantastic opportunity to do…

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At the screening of ‘The Mauritanian’ at the University of Brighton on April 28, 2023: Andy Worthington, Law Lecturer Sara Birch, Mohamedou Ould Slahi, Steve Wood, and Lottie Newcombe and Hannah Klein, the two law students who organised the event.

University welcomes former Guantanamo detainee to meet with law students

Former Guantanamo detainee Mohamedou Ould Slahi was welcomed to meet with law students at the University of Brighton. ​​On 28 April 2023, over 100 students and guests attended an event organised by law lecturer Sara Birch and two second year law students, Hannah Klein and Lottie Newcombe (members of the Brighton University Amnesty Society) in…

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Documentary: Stories of migrant women of Brighton & Hove

A short documentary based on research by our very own Dr Eugenia Markova celebrates the incredible stories of migrant women living in Brighton & Hove. The documentary was made by Azita Ghassemi, based on a research by Dr Eugenia Markova, course leader on our Business Management with Finance BSc and Business Management with Economics BSc…

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Guest lecture and research exchange with leading critical event scholar

The Tourism, Hospitality, and Events Research Excellence Group welcomed Professor David McGillivray from the University of West Scotland to conduct a guest lecture and research exchange on critical event studies. Professor McGillivray is a leading scholar in the field, with extensive expertise in critical event studies. He is the co-editor of the Routledge Critical Event…

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Women in Leadership series

Our Women in Leadership series is an initiative to showcase women leading transformational change. This representation is inspirational and critical to advancing gender equity. Inclusivity This series addresses the identified necessity for visible role models, through guest speakers and training. The Women in Leadership series also strengthens the School of Business and Law’s mission and…

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Our Bloomberg trading room

Preparing you for practice – employability We’ve invested in Bloomberg terminals to get students using the same state-of-the-art software that’s used in industry. Alongside this, we’ve recently changed our teaching to put much more emphasis on development of practical skills, particularly IT and data-handling skills. More about the Bloomberg trading room As part of your…

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Marketing students’ community drug campaign

In 2020 a team of Marketing Management BSc students worked with Sussex Police on a community drug campaign called ‘What’s In Your Pocket’. Making a positive impact The campaign highlighted the issues of child exploitation, debt bonding, abuse and coercion that are part of the recreational drug supply chain. Inspector Steve Hill, who was the…

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