Here you will find a selection of examples demonstrating the different ways the University of Brighton can work with businesses.
If you have any questions on the case studies below, or would like more information on how the university could work with your business, please contact our Business Helpdesk by following the link to your right.
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JBA takes on placement students to help with flood risk management project.
BSUH NHS Trust take on placement students to help in the pathology department.
Operating across multiple industries providing low carbon, high fuel-efficiency solutions and class-leading product innovation.
Eschmann takes on placement students to help with projects and staffing needs.
Developing a wide ranging innovation strategy with in-house training from the University of Brighton.
FDM offers trainees the opportunity to gain an MSc through training developed in collaboration with and the University of Brighton.
Knowledge Transfer Partnership Associate works at fuel cell technology developer Ceres Power.
Developing a retail strategy with a Knowledge Transfer Partnership from the University of Brighton.
Engineers on the Highways Engineering MSc undertaking training designed specifically for local authority highway managers.
Knowledge Transfer Partnership Associate works with Dando Drilling.
University of Brighton graduate works as Knowledge Transfer Partnership Associate for Parafix.
Keith Pordum from Bon Appetit talks of his experience using Profitnet, Knowledge Transfer Partnerships and recruiting a graduate intern.
Debbie Orme from Clearstone used Profitnet to help support her business ambitions.
Companies that have benefited from the Green Growth Platform services.
Sonia Blizzard, Managing Director for Beaming uses Profitnet to help her business grow.
Allergy Therapeutics accessed specialist equipment and expertise, and a Knowledge Transfer Partnership to help achieve their research objectives.
The University of Brighton recruited a graduate to work within the company Biocompatibles as part of the Teaching Company Scheme, now called a Knowledge Transfer Partnership.
The Pensions Regulator worked with the university to develop an award-bearing course, bespoke to their companies needs and delivered in-house.