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My experience as an international student parent

By Rika Safrina Many people expressed their doubt when they knew I was going to study a Masters Degree abroad with my 4 year old child. Studying at postgraduate level is already hard enough, let alone being in a faraway

Posted in Business School life

LUISS Business School MBA International Week in Rome

By Elizabeth Vieira The LUISS Business School MBA International week in Rome consisted of a diverse student group from all over the world, and it was an extremely valuable experience. Upon arrival, we began working on a real-life business case for

Posted in MBA, Study trips

Student internship at TIME, KL: Blog 11

By Amie Bye Time.com Berhad Malaysia for now: Educational, Enjoyable and Beneficial Internship program As we approached the end of our internship with TIME, we had the opportunity to even further experience the customer service sector of the business. On

Posted in Internship, Study trips

10 things I wish I knew before joining the Business School

By Alicia Briedis and Andrew Donald As students in the Business School, for the last two years we’ve learnt a fair amount about how to make the most of your time here. When first joining university, it can be hard

Posted in Business School life

MBA Madrid study trip reflection

By Alinery Lalngilneii Lianhlawng Sussex MBA students took a four-day study trip to Madrid in March 2018 to learn more about management in government, business and research and to meet with Sussex Alumni based in the city. The Madrid trip allowed

Posted in Study trips

My study abroad experience

by Evelin Potocnik, University of Arkansas, US Without the Erasmus grant I wouldn’t have even thought about going abroad to the USA because I knew that the costs are very high. I wanted the experience but I didn’t want to

Posted in Study abroad

Tips for reducing food waste from the Business School’s Green Impact team

By Claire Tymoshyshyn and Kirsty Bryant (members of the Business School Green Impact team) How can we help to reduce the amount of food thrown into Landfill? Globally, a third of all food produced is wasted, and in the UK, households

Posted in Green Impact

An insight into Enactus Society’s Project 36 team

By Chris Youngman The project Project 36 is an international community project based in Nepal, run by the students of the University of Sussex. This project is being undertaken to locally tackle the global issue of Iron Deficiency Anaemia (IDA).

Posted in Societies

My Business Challenge experience

By Freya Strowger and Kayley Johnson, members of the winning team, Business Challenge 2017 “Upon entering the Business Challenge I was keen to develop my business acumen, hoping it would translate to my Business Management degree. The evening was well

Posted in Events, Management

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