University of Brighton

University of Brighton

Working with business and industry is a fundamental part of the University of Brighton’s essential purpose and we aim to collaborate in every way possible.

We have a proven track record of innovation and creativity in tackling business problems, and we are always delighted to explore new ways that our wealth of resources and extensive research portfolio can be of benefit to the business community.

We also offer in-company training and professional development which is customised to suit the specific needs of businesses. We can deliver our open courses, CPD modules and uniquely-designed training courses, at a time and location that suits employers and employees.

The University of Brighton has subject-experts who are actively researching, training and consulting in a wide range of sectors including automotive, health and biotechnology, environmental technologies, professional services, retail and defence, both in the UK and globally.

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Collaborating on low carbon internal combustion systems

The University of Brighton’s Advanced Engineering Centre (AEC) has an international reputation for producing innovative, future-facing research.

FDM and the University of Brighton: kick-starting careers in IT consultancy

A unique MSc offers IT graduates the chance to gain valuable industry experience at the same time as a recognised qualification.

University of Brighton host 2014 KTP Associates Conference

Dr Shona Campbell, KTP Manager at the University of Brighton gives an overview of the conference held last week that brought together KTP associates.

A KTP project with Dando Drilling

University of Brighton’s KTP project with Dando Drilling International has generated lots of new knowledge. Derek Covill shares.

Chasing the gazelles: how Knowledge Exchange has helped Parafix

Parafix Tapes and Conversions is a £10m converter and distributor of self-adhesive materials, based in Lancing, West Sussex, employing 135 people.

The Brighton Fuse

The Brighton Fuse Report  provides deep empirical evidence of the economic impact of arts and humanities skills as drivers of innovation and growth in the digital economy.