Get to know us better and visit us at a Clearing information day.
You’ll meet academics from your subject, take a tour of your campus and facilities and get advice about student finance, university life and accommodation.
Find out more about Clearing information days.
Architecture student Mario Alcantara Monteiro, has been awarded a prize for excellence from the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) for a project on Volks Railway, the world’s oldest functioning electric railway. Read More →
University of Brighton is partnering with the Arts Council’s Brighton & Hove Poetry Festival this year – and you have until 18 October to enter the poetry competition, with the winner announced at the November event. Read More →
Oriele Steiner, who graduated in 2015, has been given a year-long free studio by Bloomberg New Contemporaries at The Royal Standard, Liverpool, where she will continue developing her painting and drawing practice. Read More →
“Throughout my two years at The University of Brighton, my art practice developed in a more solid thinking and reflecting upon my social environment and the influences of the recent developments of a changing political landscape. Read More →
The Cabaret Voltaire musician, who teaches on our Digital Music and Sound Arts course, is part of ‘industrial music drama’ Cotton Panic opening on Saturday and created by Jane Horrocks, Nick Vivian and Wrangler.
Samruddhi Karandikar, Katrina Horace and Josephine Clackson were shortlisted for ArtsThread’s awards which ask students to “boldly vision an expanded fashion future which steps beyond stereotypes, redefines boundaries and celebrates a wider range of beauty and body ideals in age, size, gender, race and physical ability.” Read More →
The University of Brighton’s Head of the School of Architecture & Design is curating an international summer school in Russia – and architects, designers, artists and makers are invited to join him. Read More →
Graduate Louisa Pacifico, who has carved a successful career in furniture, lighting and craft sales and events, has just opened 67 York Street, a platform for designers and makers to sell, showcase and raise their profiles in a chic London postcode. Read Creative Boom’s profile of Louisa’s new venuture. Read More →
“I have been particularly inspired by the idea of ‘the willing suspension of disbelief’ and find beauty in one’s commitment to put on hold their preconceived ideas about our world, to rather accept and invest in fiction.” Read More →
“This photographic project investigates anxiety within young females living in the UK, exploring the feelings and emotions that occur when an individual becomes anxious or experiences an anxiety attack.” Read More →
“My work focuses mainly around sentimentality and memories within designs, creating experiential and evoking designs that would allow a user to feel different emotions as they take a journey through our chosen site.” Read More →
“For some, the topic of the environment can be tedious and hard to digest, nevertheless it is a subject of great importance. Through the use of paint I am hoping to address some vital issues that are going on around the world covering matters such as pollution, deforestation and animal welfare.” Read More →
Alice Taylor, History of Decorative Art and Design second year, worked on the Brighton Festival Cathie Pilkington exhibition (now at Grand Parade gallery) as part of her placement – and has secured a curator’s assistant volunteer role this summer. Read More →
“My final year project looks to revive the almost lost concept of the family business within Newhaven Town. Although not in the traditional sense, instead reinventing each of them as a series of portable ‘shops’ individually designed using nostalgia.” Read More →
Finlay Thorburn pitched his Buffalo Adventures business idea at the event which gives budding entrepreneurs a five-minute opportunity to pitch their ideas to a panel of potential investors. Read More →