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Research

Research and study is a core part of the work of academics at the University of Sunderland in London.

With links to almost 100 years of research at the University of Sunderland, our researchers have been taking unique, in-depth looks into their subjects to help improve society - from insights into business practises by our business and MBA lecturers, through nursing and health care management, to the development of tourism around the world.

Research is a key part of what makes our academic community thrive; it improves and enriches the student experience and has a major impact on developing economies, societies and cultures, locally, across the UK and around the world. Research at the University of Sunderland in London stands out because it is relevant, responsive, inclusive and collaborative. 

Our Research and Innovation Strategy

Deputy Vice-Chancellor of the University of Sunderland, Professor Michael Young, and members of the research community introduce the University’s Research and Innovation Strategy:

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  3. Lecturer in Business and Management at the University of Sunderland in London Benjamin Agyemang

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  5. University of Sunderland in London lecturer in tourism, hospitality and events

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    Published on 25 January 2021

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    Published on 15 January 2021

  7. University of Sunderland in London lecturer in tourism, hospitality and events

    Need for new skills development

    Published on 6 November 2020

  8. Lecturer in Events and Entertainment Management at the University of Sunderland in London Fotios Vasileiou

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    Published on 5 October 2020

  9. Lecturer in Business and Management at the University of Sunderland in London Benjamin Agyemang

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