Recruiting our talent

Placements, Internships, and volunteering

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Meet some of our employers and students on placement

Dynamic and practical, our students are excited to put their skills to use in the real world, and are doing so in many different ways.

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Opportunities for Brighton students to study and work abroad with the new Turing Scheme

University of Brighton students will be supported to study and work abroad following the university’s successful bid for funding from the government’s new Turing Scheme.

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How your business could benefit from a University of Brighton placement student

As we start to find our way out of the pandemic, now is the time to think about new talent to help future proof your recruitment.

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How the Pensions Regulator adapted to offer remote placements

The Pensions Regulator regularly offers placements to university students, where they experience working within the Frontline Regulation Directorate at its headquarters in Brighton.

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Work placements continue to shine in the face of COVID-19

Employers are continuing to benefit from successful work placements with University of Brighton students, despite the huge disruption caused by COVID-19.

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Eschmann takes on placement students to help with projects and staffing needs

Eschmann has employed a number of placement students over the years to help meet staffing needs, which has proven to be an effective strand of the company’s staffing strategy.

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Brighton and Sussex University Hospital

Every year, the Brighton and Sussex University Hospital (BSUH) Pathology Department recruits placement students from the University of Brighton’s accredited Biomedical programme…

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How Active Student has supported Brighton & Hove City Council service: Cherish

Cherish is a special educational needs & disability (SEND) service run by Brighton & Hove City Council that provides social and leisure opportunities for 16-to-25-year-olds with moderate to severe learning disabilities.

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Student volunteers work with Ronald McDonald House to redesign hospital rooms

Ronald Mcdonald House is a nationwide charity that offers free ‘home away from home’ accommodation for families who have children in hospital. University of Brighton service, Active Student, has led various mural projects with the charity to brighten up the rooms at the Royal Alexandra Children’s Hospital. Kat Saunders from Active Student said: “This is our third Active Student-led mural project with Ronald McDonald House…

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