We have a long history of engagement with practice to deliver applied research that makes a positive societal impact.
As a full service school we offer undergraduate, postgraduate and research degrees along with an integrated foundation year and a range of apprenticeship courses delivered in partnership with practice.
We teach, research and consult across the full range of business and management disciplines including: strategy, innovation, operations, HRM, leadership, accounting, finance, economics and marketing (including events and tourism), and law.
You can view a full list of staff working in the School of Business and Law in our staff directory.
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Professionally accredited courses in Accounting, Business Management, Economics, Finance, Management, Marketing, Supply Chain, Tourism and Events.
Professional Law courses recognised by the Bar Standards Board and Solicitors Regulation Authority.
Responsible enterprise, inclusivity, social justice and employability are embedded in all of our courses.
The School of Business and Law is based in Elm House, an amazing new building built specifically for the school at Moulsecoomb, our biggest campus and student village.
Designed to replicate industry and professional environments, Elm House is a contemporary learning space to facilitate a collaborative, practical, working environment giving you a chance to work in realistic situations.
The campus has also recently had a major transformation, making new spaces for our students to study, live and socialise, with:
The intervarsity moot finale took place on Tuesday 7 March at the University of Brighton.
On Tuesday 7 March we held an event for final-year undergraduate students to connect with alumni, postgraduate course leaders and local businesses.
On Wednesday 8 March – International Women’s Day, we welcomed Teju Akande, Anaïs Sosson and Aaron Eckhoff to Elm House for our Women in Leadership event.
Wellbeing and student experience is really important to us at the School of Business and Law.
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We're proud to be a member of the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. Membership to the Business Education Alliance connects us with other business schools to share best practice and research, influencing the way in which we prepare students to become impactful leaders.
As a signatory to PRME, a United Nations initiative to raise the importance of sustainability amongst business students globally, our courses are designed to prepare students to deliver change tomorrow within the context of responsible business. Read our SIP report.
As member of Enterprise Educators UK, we're well placed to develop and embed enterprise education right across our organisation. This allows us to increase the scale, scope and effectiveness of our practice and research in order to influence positive UK and international policy change.