It might be cold outside but don’t let that stop you visiting us this winter!
If you’re considering starting an undergraduate course here in 2018, why not sign up to one of our campus tours taking place during December and January and find out more about what it’s like study at Brighton?
The tours will give you the chance to explore the campus where your course of interest is based, view our facilities and talk to our staff and students.
Find out more and book onto a tour <link to: https://www.brighton.ac.uk/studying-here/visit-us/campus-tours/index.aspx>
Sunshine, blue skies, our brilliant ambassadors and friendly staff welcomed visitors to our campus open day on Saturday 17 June.
Open days are a great way to find out about the local area and campus where you will be studying. You’ll also be able to hear more about your chosen subject and talk to our staff and current students.
If you are thinking about beginning your studies in 2018 and missed this one, find out more about upcoming events on our website.
The American weekly news magazine Newsweek has interviewed Dr James Cole, our expert in Human Origins and Senior Lecturer in Archaeology, on the new theory that our ancestors came from Europe, not Africa.
Open days are a great way to find out about the local area and the campus where you will be studying. You will also be able to hear more about your chosen subject and talk to our staff and current students.
If you are thinking of beginning your studies in 2018 come along to our campus open day on Saturday 17 June. Find out more about open days on our website.
Join in the fun at the Dig It! Family Archaeology Day at Brighton Museum on Saturday 16 July.
Come along and meet archaeologists and discover ancient (and sometimes mysterious) artefacts from sites across Brighton & Hove, ranging from the Neolithic to the Victorian age. The day will feature special displays, craft activities, demonstrations and talks by experts to take you back through time and make the day an unforgettable experience.
Attractions on the day include:
- Flint knapping demonstrations
- 3D artefact scanning and printing demonstrations by Brighton University
- A geo-physics survey in the Pavilion Gardens
- Clay pot making and decorating activities
- Drawing and recording activities for all ages
- A live archaeological trench in the Pavilion Gardens
- A finds processing station
- Costumed period characters
- An opportunity to find out what bones/ human remains can tell us about life in the past
- Talks on geology, bones and info on local archaeological sites
- A finds display created by Brighton & Hove Archaeological Society
- A dressing up area
- A special display of artefacts from the museum’s archaeology collection
Free with admission, members and residents free, drop-in.