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Inspiring journeys to work

Matt Boucher: Proud to be a graduate of Brighton Business School

Matt Boucher, who is now a Junior Community Manager in Berlin, graduated from Brighton Business School in 2015 in International Business. “I am proud to be a Brighton Business School graduate because not only has the university given me the perfect preparation to work in my desired industry of creative marketing/social media, but also given…

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Charlotte Horwood: Proud to be a graduate of Brighton Business School

Charlotte Horwood, graduated from Brighton Business School in 2012 with a First Class Honours in Business Studies. “Four years on and I still believe that I couldn’t have achieved what I have in my career so far without my degree. “I’m hugely proud to be a Brighton Business School Graduate, as studying for my degree equipped…

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Tamara Labelle: Proud to be a graduate of Brighton Business School

Our alumni have been providing us with an update on their careers since graduating from Brighton Business School. Tamara Labelle, graduated in 2013 with a 1st in Business Studies with Marketing. “I left Brighton University three years ago, and am now working as a Product Marketing Manager for a pet insurance company.  I design the marketing strategy and…

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Introducing the industrial placement team

It has been even busier than usual over the past two weeks in Brighton Business School’s Industrial Placement office. On top of the many visitors and enquiries the office usually receives, students, staff and alumni have been popping by to see one team member in particular. Virginia Goodwill, Industrial Placements Officer, has worked at Brighton…

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University of Brighton secures €5m for youth unemployment study

The Business School is proud to announce that the university has been chosen to lead a new Europe-wide research project exploring ways to overcome youth unemployment. The STYLE project (Strategic Transitions for Youth Labour in Employment) involves 25 research partners and over 60 stakeholder organisations from across Europe, including the European Youth Forum who represent…

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