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Sport Studies BA(Hons) gets a boost

The University of Brighton’s Sport Studies BA(Hons) is being improved and revalidated for the 2015 academic year. As one of the longest-running sport courses in England, Sport Studies

Spotlight on Sport Studies BA(Hons) staff

Sport Studies at the University of Brighton is taught by a team of international experts on a wide range of topics including football culture, fandom and international development.

Students on Erasmus Study Visits

Undergraduate sport students from the School of Sport and Service Management are eligible to apply to study for one semester abroad under the Erasmus scheme.

Senior Lecturer writes for The Conversation

Simon McEnnis, sports media academic and professional sports journalist who lectures across Sport and Media MA and Sport Journalism and Sport Studies BA(Hons) programmes has had an article published today on The Conversation. His article Journalists need support and time if they are to fully engage with readers can be read here.

Mark Steel makes a guest appearance!

Comic, broadcaster and author Mark Steel took time out from a 47-date nationwide tour to make a guest appearance at the School of Sport and Service Management.

Shadow Minister For Sport visit

Report by Sport Journalism student, Jack Haynes On Thursday November 7 Clive Efford, Shadow Minister for Sport and Tourism and MP for Eltham, visited the School of Sport and Service Management on a wide-ranging fact-finding mission, meeting with staff and students.

Lecturer on panel at Fans for Diversity Event

School of Sport and Service Management lecturer Mark Doidge has been invited to be part of a panel discussing discrimination in football in collaboration with the Football Supporters’ Federation and Kick It Out. The FREE event starts at 6:30pm on Wednesday 22 October at the Impact Hub in Kings Cross, London. All welcome Further information and how to reserve your…

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Does The Sun shine too brightly on Newcastle?

School of Sport and Service Management senior lecturer, Simon Mcennis, writes for The Conversation on the relationship between Newcastle United and The Sun. Read the article.

Brazil needs help from Fifa

​”Countries like Brazil deserve more support from football’s immensely profitable non-profit overseer. The tax breaks for Fifa and its partners must end today” – that’s the view of our Professor Alan Tomlinson in a Guardian article, co-written with Jules Boykoff, Associate Professor at Pacific University in the USA. Read the article.

Racism in football

Principal lecturer, Dr Daniel Burdsey’s paper on two significant incidents of racism from the 2011–2012 English Premier League football season has recently been published. Read more…

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