Sport and Health Sciences at Brighton

Success for Hospitality Consultants who are ready to fly!

The Hospitality Consultancy module provided final year International Hospitality Management students with an opportunity to work on briefs for two very unique clients. Students were delighted to work with Monscierge, an international software company specialising in innovative hospitality solutions, and The Clink Charity, who work to reduce re-offending rates of ex-offenders by training and placing…

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Accreditation success for Journalism

The National Council for the Training of Journalists (NCTJ), the professional body for journalism, visited the School of Sport and Service Management on 19 May to undertake a review of our accreditation.

Congratulations to our winners!

On 21 May the School of Sport and Service Management held its annual student exhibition which provided a marvellous illustration of outstanding hard work and attainment. 

Lexi climbs the heights!

Undergraduate physical education, sports coaching and sport science students in Eastbourne went rock climbing and surfing in Cornwall but for one, the experiences were extra special: Lexi Hibberd is blind. Read the full story.  

Bringing the Retail Consultancy module to life

For the Retail Consultancy module, final year retail marketing and management students choose from a range of companies who are willing to spend time discussing their business growth plans . Students negotiate a research project that will support the retailer in making business decisions about marketing and management opportunities and use a range of primary and secondary research…

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Outdoor and Adventurous Activities in Bude

University of Brighton physical education, sports coaching and sport science students spent a week in May at Outdoor Adventure in Bude as part of their undergraduate courses. The trip focused on performance in a range of outdoor and adventurous activities (OAA) with an emphasis on using a variety of complex outdoor activity skills and techniques such as canoeing, kayaking,…

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UEFA commissioned anti-racism report

Football clubs and fans are denying the existence of racism and are hindering attempts to kick the problem into touch, according to a new report to UEFA from the School of Sport and Service Management’s Dr Mark Doidge. Read the full story on the University of Brighton website.

Keynote by Dr Marina Novelli

Dr Marina Novelli, Reader in Tourism and International Development at the School of Sport and Service Management, gave a keynote at the International Conference on Cross-cultural Issues in Global Tourism and Hospitality which took place in Chania, Crete in May. The keynote was titled ‘Ten years of Niche Tourism and Hospitality – What next?’:

A truly international community!

The University of Brighton has always been proud of attracting students from around the world making it a truly international community. The School of Sport and Service Management is no exception and currently has more than 360 international students studying there. All the continents and 65 countries are represented at the Eastbourne campus with students…

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Biology Ideology and Pastiche Hegemony

Dr Christopher R Matthews who lectures in the sociology of sport at the School of Sport and Service Management has recently published a new paper titled ‘Biology Ideology and Pastiche Hegemony’. The paper discusses the changing landscape of gender within a boxing gym. Read the paper here.

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