Biosciences at Brighton

University of Brighton biosciences blog


Starting at uni

There has never been a more exciting or relevant time to study science. At Brighton you will be embarking on a course that is innovative and inspiring with an emphasis on applied learning, that will help you become a scientist with the knowledge and confidence needed to understand and change the world around you. Be questioning. Ask how we know things, demand evidence and never assume that something is true just because “an expert” says so.

We know you’re going to have a brilliant time here. However, there’s a lot to think about before starting university so we’ve put together some info designed to enable you to get to know your subject better and help get your student life off to the best possible start.

Start getting ready now

The advice on the following pages aim to give you just a flavour of what it’s like to learn here and help you to get to know us before you arrive.

Before you start uni

    • Your complete checklist – 10 things you need to do and read before you start university.
    • Complete your online enrolment
    • Log onto our student portal My Brighton using your university email address.
    • Download the My Brighton app.
    • Access links to your study materials from the My Studies area of My Brighton. Here you can find out more about your course including reading lists, course handbooks, LinkedIn learning resources and your pre-entry academic activities.

Hear from a current student

Read Biomedical Science student Carla’s tips on what to expect from your first day

Tour your campus

Our biomedical science, biology and ecology courses are based on our Moulsecoomb, Brighton campus. Take a 360º tour of some of the campus and the facilities:

Stay in touch

Make sure you look out for our emails, attend our online events and subscribe to this blog.

Got any questions? You can also chat to a current student online.

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Visit the website to find out more about what to expect and what you need to do before you get here.

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