Commenting on the event, Ian Myson noted:
It’s great to be able to celebrate and recognise student achievement. CMI is delighted to be partnering with Brighton to embed dual qualifications and membership benefits in the Business School’s courses. We know from our research that employers want graduates to have professional qualifications in addition to their academic qualifications, so the students start their working lives with a clear employability advantage.
Peter Stock, Assistant Head at Brighton Business School noted:
The University of Brighton Business School has enjoyed a successful and continuous relationship with CMI for many years, and in the last three years has developed that relationship more strategically to embrace our formal HE partner status,” said Peter Stock, Assistant Head at Brighton Business School. “Our overarching goal as a university business school is to enhance the employability and aspirations of our students by partnering with CMI as the leading professional chartered body in the generic management field.