As a Brighton student you will have the opportunity to shape your own learning experience through the new experiences, skills and connections you choose to make. We have provided a few examples here to inspire you.
Find out more about life at Brighton from some of our students and graduates.
- Graduate Show 2020 podcast – listen to Sophie Walker (Illustration), Sarahlouise Newman (Visual Culture and History of Art and Design) and Josh Bell (Digital Music and Sound Arts) discuss the show, their work and to reflect on their time at the University of Brighton.
- Making the most of your ‘free’ time at university blog post by Fashion Communication student Indigo.
- What makes learning, living and working in Brighton so special film by School of Architecture and Design students and staff (contains flashing images).
Your Students’ Union
There are more than 100 student-led societies you can get involved in. Joining a society is a great way to meet like-minded people, make new friends and learn new skills.
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What societies are there and how can you join? Meg will be happy to talk you through how to join a society, what societies already exist and how to start your own if that’s want you want to do. Visit the SU homepage to find out more.
Studying at Moulsecoomb campus? Find out about The Big Build Project.
Around your campus
The Design Archives is based at Grand Parade and is an internationally significant research base with a curatorial team that initiates and promotes collaborative activity.
Brighton Museum and Art Gallery is a great space bringing together art and history – and it’s free entry to Brighton residensts.
Brighton Illustration Fair is held each year at the university.
Duke of Yorks and Komedia cinemas– two brilliant cinemas in the centre of Brighton, and the Dukes is one of the oldest cinemas in the world.
Photoworks is based at the university – it commissions new photography and produces exhibitions and events including the Brighton Photo Biennial.
If you have any questions you can always chat to staff and students before you arrive www.brighton.ac.uk/chat