Student News and Events

News and Events for University of Brighton Students

Will you be observing Ramadan?

Are you concerned about exam dates clashing with Ramadan? If you will be observing Ramadan, or other religious festivals and holy days, which may clash with the scheduled examination period, you can complete a Religious Observance and examinations form, and your School will then do what they can to accommodate your need and make reasonable…

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Here for the holidays?

Are you staying in Halls or your accommodation over the holidays? The International team have put together a Festive Guide for those students who may be experiencing their first Christmas in the UK, and also those that are staying in Brighton, Eastbourne or Hastings throughout the break. You will find information about traditions in the…

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Winter Wheelers with UniCycle

The UniCycle initiative is back, with a campaign to get you pedalling and keep warm this winter. You can win daily prizes with the cycling advent calendar and enter into the prize draw, to be revealed on 25 December, for a chance to win a bike shop voucher worth £500. Winter Wheelers is part of…

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A student’s guide to managing worry and anxiety

Due to popular demand, we will now be running an additional free workshop to teach you some of the ways that you can manage anxiety. Where: Room G4, Grand Parade Main Building When: 7 December 2017 Time: 5.00 – 7.00pm Please click here to book your place on the workshop. Are you new to university and…

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Limited tickets for Parklife ice skating

Join us on Monday 27 November at 6.45-7.45pm or 8-9pm, as the University of Brighton takes over Brighton Pavilion’s ice rink! The Parklife ice skating event looks set to be another sell-out this year, with limited tickets remaining. It’s your last chance to get a ticket for just £5 – over £5 cheaper than if…

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Is your Wi-Fi connection slow?

If you are currently using the ‘Wi-Fi Guest’ network across the University and in Halls, you may be experiencing issues such as a slow connection. The network you should be using is eduroam, our student service with the best performing internet, unlimited connections and 100 times the capacity of Wi-Fi Guest. Wi-Fi Guest should only…

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10,000 cups and counting

TV Chef and campaigner Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall shows support for our MyCUP initiative, which has already saved over 10,000 paper cups since its September launch. Since the beginning of September, students and staff have reused their own mugs 10,000 times – saving this many disposable cups from being thrown away. This huge reduction in paper cup…

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Updated: UoB bus services

Updated 23 October 2017 In light of feedback received on services during the first few weeks of term, we can confirm that: The revised bus service currently serving Varley Park and Falmer will be extended to provide an hourly service linking all of our Brighton campuses for the remainder of the current academic year This service will…

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Staying safe when you’re out and about

When you’re part of a large student population, it’s worth being careful about a few things. Some of this information may seem obvious, but it’s important to read the following safety advice before heading on a night out. As a University of Brighton student, you are also part of a local community. Please be considerate…

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Travel Week events

The University’s annual c-change Travel Week starts Monday 9 October. A sustainable travel roadshow will be visiting one campus every day from Monday 9 to Friday 13 October. Drop by for information and advice on all things sustainable travel, with free bike maintenance checks and some fantastic freebies! Click here to find out when we’ll be on your campus. The roadshow will…

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