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Could you apply your Scientific skills to patient care?

Healthcare Scientists work across ~50 different specialisms within the NHS, contributing to 80% of clinical diagnoses. Graduates from Health and Sport Science degrees hold a foundation of knowledge which could be applied to a career in Healthcare Science. Physiological Science includes a variety of specialisms such as: Cardiac, Respiratory, Sleep Science, Vascular, Perfusion, Audiology and…

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Are you graduating with a STEM degree? NHS Scientist Training programme 2023 now open.

If you would like to work in public health the NHS is now advertising for the Scientist Training Programme to begin in 2023 (deadline 23rd January at 4pm). This is a three-year funded programme that involves work based learning in an NHS hospital alongside gaining a master’s degree from an accredited university as you work and gain a salary.

How to snap up a job at Careers in Health. 6 top tips

Your tutor has told you to come to the Careers in Health fair and it’s even in your timetable, but how will you snap the top job at Careers in Health 2022?

Clockwork Talent – Digital Marketing

clockworkTalent is a specialist Digital Marketing recruitment agency local to Brighton. In fact, we recently helped Daisy, a talented University of Brighton student, land herself a part-time marketing job

Applications for Internship Experience UK 2022 are now open!

This year marks the launch of a brand-new Internship Experience UK, redesigned for all – those who did the 2021 experience and for those taking part for the first time. Created to help you explore a new sector and upskill, this is the no.1 virtual internship experience to supercharge your CV ahead of the autumn application season.

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Moving into employment with a disability – we will support you

If you are a student with a disability or long-term health condition, we can help you consider how you can fulfil your career aspirations, with your disability in mind. The Careers and Employability team is here to support you into employment, be it part-time, internship or graduate roles.

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Exhibit at Careers Fair 2022 at the American Express Community Stadium

The Careers and Employability team at the University of Brighton is committed to working in collaboration with employers in the curation and delivery of a wide range of careers and employability events to their students and recent graduates.


Brighton Peace & Environment Centre

BPEC is a charity which raises awareness and understanding on social justice, peace, sustainable development and environment protection matters. They offer information, education and positive practical solutions to global problems to the community, for example the Refill Brighton + Hove project.  “Our student volunteer, Ayeesha, administered our social media accounts. A large part of her work was to manage communications about the Refill project and create new…

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Cherish: Brighton & Hove City Council Disability Team

Cherish is a service that provides social and leisure opportunities for 16 to 25 year olds with moderate to severe learning disabilities. They offer evening activities during term-time as well as a series of mini-bus based day trips throughout the school holiday periods.  Active Student have worked with the organisation and provided student volunteers to help support…

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Ronald Mcdonald House Charities

Ronald Mcdonald House Charities is a nationwide charity that offers free ‘home away from home’ accommodation for families who have children in hospital. Active Student have led various mural projects with the charity to brighten up the rooms at the Royal Alexandra Children’s Hospital.  Jasmine Hind from Ronald McDonald House, serving Royal Alexandra Children’s Hospital and the Trevor Mann Baby Unit, tells us about the help…

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