University of Brighton Alumni Association

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Groundbreaking water sanitation and hygiene research

Read more about how donations from University of Brighton alumni are funding vital water sanitation research in Africa and Asia.

From Left to right - Dr Matthew Brolly, Dom Jarvis and Paul Wilkinson

Final year student scoops prize funded by local charity

Geography student Dom Jarvis was awarded the Richard Reed prize sponsored by Friends of the South Downs.

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A letter from a Student Potential Fund Scholar

Pharmacy Mpharm student Calebtina Peprah shares the positive impact of receiving a scholarship through the Student Potential Fund.

Kayleigh Peters with her ceramics, on display at the Liberty Specialist Markets offices in London

“Being selected for the Liberty Specialty Markets (LSM) Art Award has been an incredible start to my career”

When Kayleigh Peters graduated in 2021 with a BA in 3D Design and Craft, she started her own art practice and a year later she awarded the Liberty Specialism Market Art Award. Here she tells us what the opportunity has meant for her.

A photo of Darine (left) and Mitchelle (right) smiling in the snow in Brighton

Forward Bound scholars first semester update

Our new Forward Bound scholars, Darine (left) and Mitchelle (right) who are studying MSc Health Promotion within the School of Sport and Health Sciences let us know how they’re getting on so far.

Fiona Walker on placement at the Leeds Clinical Research Facility

Nursing Student Fiona Walker Receives Sally Adams Scholarship and Career-Changing Opportunity

Fiona Walker is a second year BSc(Hons) Adult Nursing student. She received the Sally Adams Scholarship, which helps student nurses fund a practice learning placement and she has just completed a four week placement at Leeds Clinical Research Facility. Here she tells us about her experience there and how it has fired her ambition to…

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Student Tash Tully at her Glyndebourne residency funded by Student Experience Fund

“Knowing someone was supporting the project only elevated my enthusiasm and drive to make my artwork the best it could be”

Tash Tully is a PGCE Art and Design student who, thanks to funding from the Student Experience Fund, undertook an artist residency at Glyndebourne over the summer. Tash tells us about her experience and how the residency has impacted her learning and plans for the future. The best thing about my experience was reigniting my…

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