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Calling L4, L5 and L6 students – win £50 for your views on university!

Here is an opportunity for all undergraduate students to tell us what you think of your time at university, and get entered into a draw to win a £50 voucher at the same time!

If you’re a Level 6 student you need to fill out the National Student Survey to get entered into the draw – and you’ve got until Midnight of 30 April to do it. You can do this right now by clicking on the black/grey NSS poster below.

If you’re a Level 4 or Level 5 student you need to fill out the Brighton Student Survey. You’ve got until midnight on 21 February to do this, so you’d better get your skates on! All the info is on Studentcentral – click the red/orange BSS poster below to go to studentcentral and get started!
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Students – want to earn money helping on the Falmer open day?

Please see below! If you’re interested you need to contact Karen Richards before Friday 29th May to apply (k.b.richards(at)brighton.ac.uk)…

Dear Student,

We would like to invite you to work in July and earn some extra money for the summer break as a student helper at the University of Brighton Falmer Open Day.

Please review the information below, and if you would like to work on this date contact me (Karen Richards) before Friday 29th May to confirm your availability, course and phone number. The student recruitment team will confirm with you, shortly after this date, if and when you are required to work. These details will include your allocated role and any additional information that may be required.

The Falmer Open Day will take place on Saturday 11 July for Education, SASS, HUMS, Paramedic Practice, Nursing.

Working Hours: c. 08:30 – 17:00 (roles vary)

Pay: Under six hours: £8.42/hour

Lunch: 30mins if working 6 hours (please bring/purchase food)

Dress: Blue University of Brighton T-shirt (we will provide this if we haven’t already issued you with one)

Eligibility: Must have / be applying for a National Insurance Number (students can apply at http://www.direct.gov.uk/) Must have the right to work in the UK.

Due to the nature of Open Days, we would ask that students remain flexible. Though we will endeavour to guarantee the hours above where possible, there may be times when you are asked to finish your shift early, undertake a different role or be offered the opportunity for additional hours depending on demand over the course of the day.

Karen Richards