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  • School of Sport and Service Management Professor Jonathan Doust. Head of School
  • Helping you make your choice 1. Does the place feel right for you? 2. Is there a reputation and a depth? 3. Are the staff well qualified and expert? 4. Are there the facilities for your degree? 5. Are there external measures of quality? 6. How will you develop your employability? 7. Can you become part of the place? 8. Are you up for the challenge?
  • University of Brighton • Leading post-1992 university • Community of over 22,000 students and 2,600 staff • Five coastal campuses • Committed to teaching quality • Strong research record • Consistent investment in building and facilities
  • Achievements and rankings • The sixteenth most applied to university in the UK for 2013 entry • 96% Graduates in work or further study (Which 2013) • Average graduate salary £19.9K (Which 2012) • “This is an institution on the up, consistently close to the top of our modern University rankings” (Sunday Times 2012) • 87% of students would recommend us (NSS 2013) • Green Credentials. 5th in 152 Universities surveyed
  • School of Sport and Service Management • 1800 Students, 40 countries • 120 staff • 18 Undergraduate Awards • 14 Masters Awards • 30 doctoral students
  • Our work and our distinctiveness • Facilities • Your learning • Innovation and relevance • Engaged and involved
  • First Class Facilities
  • Studying here • 60 credits each semester in 10 or 20 credit modules • Typical study time 12 hours a week of direct contact time (lectures, seminars, workshops, tutorials.) 24 hours a week of directed study (reading, tasks, writing essays, revising, preparing presentations, individual tutorials, etc.) plus additional time in specialist modules • Course delivery styles, assessment and support will be covered in the course sessions.
  • Studying here • Student-centred learning • Combination of lectures, workshops, practicals and tutorials supported by self-study • Students develop and consolidate excellent individual and group based skill-sets • All staff offer 3 hours a week for sign-up tutorials • Staff are qualified and trained in teaching • Extensive study skills and study guidance programme
  • Accreditations
  • Rich academic research, consultancy and publication record
  • Outstanding record of applied research success
  • Engaged, involved and developing your employability
  • Engaged, involved and developing your employability A few local examples….. Primary school sports A bigger splash Free running Football and community Dance festival and loads more….. Last year 435 of our students completed 2,800 hours of extra-curricular work helping 8,321 people
  • Engaged, involved and developing your employability A few local examples….. Primary school sports A bigger splash Free running Football and community Dance festival and loads more….. Last year 435 of our students completed 2,800 hours of extra-curricular work helping 8,100 people
  • Helping you make your choice 1. Does the place feel right for you? 2. Is there a reputation and a depth? 3. Are the staff well qualified and expert? 4. Are there the facilities for your degree? 5. Are there external measures of quality? 6. How will you develop your employability? 7. Can you become part of the place? 8. Are you up for the challenge?
  • Innovative Creative Educated Informed Strategic & critical thinkers Lifelong learners Professional Employable