School of Business, Management and Economics

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The School of Business, Management and Economics is divided into three departments - Business and Management, Economics and SPRU (Science Policy Research Unit) - and also includes an International Summer School. Follow the links below to visit department sites:

Business and Management

Economics

SPRU (Science Policy Research Unit)

International Summer School

Welcome to the School of Business, Management and Economics (BMEc)

Our departments offer a wide range of expertise in research and teaching of direct relevance to businesses and to economic, science and technology policies. As a research-orientated School, we engage in cutting edge research that addresses real-world issues and pressing global policy agendas. We are also committed to developing the underlying knowledge in our core disciplines.

Offering high quality teaching in a supportive environment with excellent learning facilities, we educate the aspiring business leaders, economists and policy makers of tomorrow. Our alumni are to be found in key positions and roles throughout the world.

BMEc also includes an International Summer School, which allows students from overseas to study modules in a wide range of subjects during the summer months and thereby either add to their degree or study something new.

Contact us

School of Business, Management and Economics 
Room G08, Jubilee Building
University of Sussex
Falmer, Brighton
BN1 9SL
UK

E bmec@sussex.ac.uk 
T +44 (0)1273 872668 (ext. 2668) 

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The Jubilee Building

The School of Business, Management and Economics is housed in the Jubilee Building, a state of the art new academic building at the heart of the Sussex campus. Named in honour of the University's 50th anniversary celebrations in 2012, the Jubilee Building includes a 500-seat lecture theatre (the University's largest), general and specialist teaching spaces, academic and support space, and social and café facilities.

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