Sport and Health Sciences at Brighton

Physical Education class 50th reunion

Saturday 17 May, a gorgeous sunny day in Eastbourne, saw 35 former students return to campus for their 50th reunion. The Physical Education class of 1964, led by alumnus Pearl Holt made their way back to the University of Brighton, Hillbrow campus where they studied at the then Chelsea School of Human Movement. 

Matt finish for students

Applying a Matt finish to their degrees, two Sport Journalism students have had versions of their dissertations published in major publications. In their final year Sport Journalism students research and write a critical investigation rather than a conventional dissertation, and for the first time in the nine years the module has run, two have found their way…

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Class of 94 – where are they now?

The School of Sport and Service Management was delighted to welcome back some of its International Tourism and International Hospitality Management 1994 graduates. During the celebration they were reunited with several of the staff who taught them and who are still inspiring students at the school 20 years later!

Brighton Unizone scheme update

Are you a student who wants unlimited train travel in your area? Unizone is a unique season ticket available for students in the Brighton or Worthing areas which offers unlimited travel within the unizone area.

Managing Ethical Consumption in Tourism

Managing Ethical Consumption in Tourism, co-edited by Senior Lecturer Dr Clare Weeden , has recently been reviewed by the International Ecotourism Club. Read the review here.  The book is published by and can be purchased via Routledge.

The FA is hamstrung as English clubs have too much power

In an unusual attempt to pre-empt England’s inevitable World Cup failure, the FA has published a report to investigate problems affecting the national team. The report represents the findings of the England Commission, a body launched in September 2013 by the new FA chairman, Greg Dyke, to understand why there were fewer players qualified to…

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Violence at the Italian World Cup

Mark Doidge, Research Fellow at the School of Sport and Service Management, spoke to The Conversation on the 2014 final between Fiorentina and Napoli which left three people in hospital. Read the article here.

International University of Applied Sciences welcomes Dr Goss-Turner

The School of Sport and Service Management has a number of strong partnerships with Universities in Europe. One such partnership, that stretches back to 1999, is with the International University of Applied Sciences in Bad Honnef, Bonn, Germany.

Easter Challenge Camp

Children from primary schools in Brighton and Eastbourne took part in the University of Brighton’s Easter Challenge Camp in from 14-17 April at the School of Sport and Service Management in Eastbourne. Encompassing the Football 4 Peace International (F4P) principle the University of Brighton’s Compact Widening participation scheme has developed an exciting opportunity for boys and girls…

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The Conversation

Mark Doidge, Research Fellow at the School of Sport and Service Management, on David Moyes’ ‘swift’ departure from Manchester United. Read the article.    

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