Brighton announce two-year postgraduate placement courses for 2021 entry

1 February 2021

The University of Brighton have announced a variety of two-year postgraduate placement courses which will be available for September 2021 entry.

Spread across two years, international students will have the opportunity to gain a masters qualification alongside real work experience. This will help students stand out to employers in the graduate market with courses available from a range of subjects from Brighton Business School and the School of Computing, Engineering and Mathematics.

Courses eligible for placement years include:

  • Brighton MBA
  • Marketing MSc
  • Marketing (Social Marketing) MSc
  • Marketing (International Marketing) MSc
  • Marketing (Digital Marketing) MSc
  • Marketing (Branding and Communication) MSc
  • Management MSc
  • Management (Human Resources) MSc
  • Management (Entrepreneurship) MSc
  • International Management MSc
  • Economics and Finance MSc
  • Finance and Risk Management MSc
  • Finance and Banking MSc
  • Finance and Accounting MSc
  • Finance and Investment MScInternational Tourism
  • Management MSc
  • International Event Management MSc
  • Logistics and Supply Chain Management MSc
  • User Experience Design MSc

Are you interested in studying on the south coast of England at the University of Brighton? Arrange a free consultation with SI-UK Nairobi and Mombasa today to begin your UCAS application.

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