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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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Students outside Elm House, home to the School of Business and Law

Fourth in the UK for economics – we’re up in the Guardian 2024 league tables

The results are in and the School of Business and Law has climbed up the Guardian University Guide 2024 league tables. The university overall now stands at 70 in the Guardian’s national league table, up from 92 last year. In the past five years we’ve moved up by more than 40 places. Subject specific results…

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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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Woman on balcony in Malta on a photoshoot

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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Student and professional chatting

Staff nomination at the Times Higher Education Awards 2022

Employability: Preparing learners for practice Lyvia Royd-Taylor, Principal Lecturer in Marketing, was nominated for the Most Innovative Teacher of the Year award at the Times Higher Education (THE) Awards 2022. The awards attract hundreds of nominations each year across 20 different categories and are considered among the most prestigious awards in the sector. Lyvia’s THE award…

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Module insight: Marketing Principles

Our core marketing module – Marketing Principles – is delivered across a range of level four courses in the first semester. The module provides you with a broad knowledge and understanding of the roles and functions of marketing. Your knowledge is tested by a range of assessment methods including a multiple-choice question exam paper and…

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Student-led marketing agency: Bright Young Things

Bright Young Things (BYT) is a student-led marketing agency offering consultancy and operational marketing support to local small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), and non-profit organisations. Carrying out work in the agency forms the basis for the assessment across several modules including The Professional Marketing Practitioner; Content, Copy and Creative; and Public Relations. As part of…

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Ollie Taylor

Meet marketing grad Ollie who now works for the Uni of Brighton

Meet Ollie, one of our Marketing Management BSc(Hons) graduates who now works in the marketing and communications department here at the University of Brighton. Ollie is the Marketing Campaigns Officer in the Careers and Employability team. We sat down with Ollie to find out more about what his course was like, his current job and…

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Richard Daniel

Marketing MSc grad joins the Knowledge Transfer Partnership programme

Richard is one of our Marketing (Digital Marketing) MSc graduates. He’s recently started working as a project manager at a construction company via the university’s Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP). We caught up with Richard about his graduate role, how he’s finding it and how his course helped him prepare for the working world. “My current…

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Tourism graduate, Lilli Pullan

Tourism alum shares advice for securing a grad job with current students

The marketing team at VisitBrighton came to Elm House to speak to our tourism students about their marketing strategy and campaign activity.  Students welcomed Charlotte Barrow, Senior Marketing Executive at VisitBrighton, and Lilli Pullan, Marketing Officer at VisitBrighton and former International Tourism Management with Marketing BSc student. Lilli joined the VisitBrighton team over the summer,…

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