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University of Brighton student work placements continue to shine in the face of COVID-19

Employers are continuing to benefit from successful work placements with University of Brighton students, despite the huge disruption caused by COVID-19. Over 300 employers across the region have approached the university regarding placements for undergraduate and postgraduate students studying at its highly-regarded Brighton Business School – ranked in the UK’s Top 5 for the impact…

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The secret weapons of success

On all our courses we work with external guest lecturers so that students can learn first-hand about the challenges different roles, industries and businesses face, supporting them in developing skills used in the real world and giving them insight into what careers are really like. Earlier this month, Helen Tuddenham, Executive Coach and Development Consultant,…

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Winter Activities for BBS students!

xmas poster Please join us on 23rd and 24th December for some winter activities. We have singing, quizzes, stories and films. We might do another activity in between Christmas and New Year as well, so watch this space. If you are an International Student, there are some additional activities here: Festive events at the University…

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Creative teaching and teaching creativity

As we continue to offer blended-learning to our students, two of our undergraduate lecturers, Midgie Thompson and Paul Levy have introduced an innovative approach to engaging students studying our second-year optional module, Creativity in Enterprise. Pre-Covid, this module was delivered in the traditional way of the lecturers sharing knowledge and experience in the classroom. With reduced…

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Trees lining a road and the same picture after the trees had been removed

The Business School pro bono Law Clinic provides successful advice

In November, our pro bono legal clinic was asked to give emergency legal advice to a northern city-based Tree Defenders Residents Group. The group were peacefully gathering, with Covid safe measures in place, around mature trees in the city. The residents were knitting, exercising and trying to stop the council contractors from felling the trees…

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Dr Ioannis Pantelidis

Dr Ioannis Pantelidis joins Be Inclusive Hospitality advisory board

Dr Ioannis Pantelidis, Principal Lecturer on our International Events and Tourism courses, was recently invited to join the Advisory Board of Be Inclusive Hospitality. Be Inclusive Hospitality is a not-for-profit organisation founded by Lorraine Copes in November 2019 and incorporated in July 2020. The organisation promotes Inclusivity in one of the largest industries of the service…

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COVID-safe tour for logistics students at Shoreham Port

On 4 November just before the second lockdown some of our Logistics and Supply Chain Management MSc students visited Shoreham Port for a COVID-safe tour, accompanied by tutors Peter McCullen, Clare Millington and Despoina Kanellou. Engineering Manager Brian Rousell started the tour showing a recently completed commercial building. He explained that there are three main income…

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Brighton Open Podcast 4: First year of uni

Brighton Business School alumni, Marvin Okai and Denzil Lawrence, are back talking to us through a new podcast series; BOP (Brighton Open Podcast) about their journey to becoming Chartered Accountants and why they developed their blog Black and in Business to share their experience. In this fourth episode of the series, Denzil and Marvin chat…

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What’s it like to study a business or law subject at university?

Tuesday 1 December 2020 3–4.30pm Come and join us online tomorrow at this afternoon online event. You’ll have the opportunity to find out more and ask us questions about the undergraduate law and business programmes we offer here at the university. There’ll be two live taster lectures that will give you an insight into what…

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Students seeking local business projects

We’re looking for local businesses who would benefit from free insight from our enthusiastic and innovative teams of students. As part of their final module, our students can help your business with marketing-related projects such as expansion plans, competitor analysis or promoting a new service/product. If this is something that you think your business could…

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