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Don’t miss out on using your vote in the 2017 general election

The Conservative Prime Minister Theresa May has called a general election on Thursday 8th June 2017. You need to be formally registered to vote to have your say. You don’t need to register again if you have already registered. Find

Posted in General advice and information

Join a Student Services focus group and receive £10 Amazon voucher

    Student Services are looking for 10 students to take part in a focus group. The session will be led by an external assessor (we are being assessed for Customer Service Excellence) and will be about your student experience

Posted in Jobs and opportunities

Be warned – don’t travel without a valid rail ticket

If you travel by train and you change at Brighton station you may be interested to know that there were additional inspectors in place by platform 7 this morning, checking commuters’ tickets  who were changing platforms. Éole Wind via Compfight

Posted in Money Advice


Looking for a summer employment opportunity? Want to work for the University of Brighton? Have you got some experience of working in the field of customer service?   Odette Murdoch via Compfight Your search could be over! There are opportunities coming

Posted in Jobs and opportunities

Student Advice is open for business over the holiday

As the curtains are drawn on one term…………………………………. josullivan.59 via Compfight The Student Advice Service remains open through the holiday period If you have got any questions about the Student Support and other hardship funds, Bursary payment dates or you want some help

Posted in Money Advice, Money, Grants and Bursaries

Important message about university hardship funds

                      Have you applied to one of the university hardship funds recently? Are you waiting to hear from us? Here’s a couple of things to bear in mind: Make sure

Posted in Money, Grants and Bursaries

TAKE 5 with Santander

As part of national Take Five fraud awareness day last week our local Santander branch hosted an awareness raising session for students and university staff. Students took part in ‘spot the phish’, learning how to identify phishing emails and what to do if they had been phished

Posted in Money Advice

Free Fraud Awareness help and advice at Santander this Thursday 16th March

Do you know how to be safe online? Do you know someone who has been scammed, been phished or been the victim of fraud? Here are some top tips on how to avoid being a victim: Learn to recognise and

Posted in Money Advice

Students’ money saving tips from National Student Money Week

  Thank you to all the lovely students who shared some top tips with us at the Money Week stalls a couple of weeks ago. 99% are sound suggestions which we want to share with you all. We’ve divided them

Posted in Money Advice, NSMW

Important message about hardship funds

Do you know about the university hardship funds? These are not loans or bursaries and are completely separate from any funding you may receive from Student Finance England, Wales, Northern Ireland, SAAS, NHSBSA etc                

Posted in Money Advice, Money, Grants and Bursaries

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