Student News and Events

News and events for University of Brighton students

Feel connected, supported, you belong at Brighton

Feel connected, feel supported, feel you belong

The campaign kicks off with online sessions to help you learn top study and digital skills. Knowing where to get to the right study resources, mentoring and support will make it easier for you to achieve your goals and keep motivated in 2021.

Students in a kitchen at Varley Halls

Become a Student Resident Advisor 2021/22

We are looking for new Student Residential Advisors (SRAs) to live and provide support to our residents across the Brighton, Falmer and Eastbourne Halls.

Checkland building on the Falmer campus

New building opening times – all campuses

Building opening times at all four university campuses will change from Monday 18 January. New building opening hours will be 8.00am – 6.30pm, Monday – Friday.

A female student wearing a face mask

An update on study space and libraries

We know how important it has been throughout the pandemic to make study spaces available on campus for those students who do not have an appropriate study space at home and need a space for individual study. You can now book spaces in the following locations: Edward Street Cockcroft Building Level One Watts Building Level…

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Access to university libraries during January lockdown

Our libraries are closed temporarily but we will be reopening for pre-booked study spaces once extra safety measures have been installed. It is important to stress that students should not travel during lockdown and that permitted access to these facilities is for essential use only.

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National Lockdown as at 5 January 2021

A message from Debra Humphris, Vice-Chancellor emailed 5 January 2021 to all students regarding last night’s announcement by the Prime Minister of a further national lockdown.

COVID19 tests at the University of Brighton

Return to campus and COVID-19 testing (as at 31 December)

You will by now have seen the latest announcements from the Government, in light of the rapidly changing public health situation. As a result, the Minister of State for Universities, Michelle Donelan, has written to universities to ask us to take further measures to help reduce the transmission of the virus and to help safeguard the NHS.

COVID19 tests at the University of Brighton

Covid-19 testing – changes to guidance

A message from Professor Debra Humphris, Vice-Chancellor emailed 21 December 2020 to all students

Wishing you a peaceful holiday and a happy 2020

Festive message from Professor Debra Humphris

Our Vice-Chancellor, Professor Debra Humphris has a special festive message for you in a recorded video

COVID19 tests at the University of Brighton

Return to campus 2021: Book COVID-19 testing

Book your asymptomatic test for Covid-19 (i.e. for students showing no symptoms) as part of your safe return to campus in 2021

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