Careers Blog

The latest events, opportunities and news from the Careers and Employability team at the University of Brighton

Graduating art student? Read on for advice and opportunities

If you’re finishing your art degree this summer and uncertain about the future, remember there’s plenty of support out there from the university and beyond. Consider how you can sustain your university network after your course finishes, for example by embarking on collaborative projects with other graduates to build on your portfolio. Keep in touch…

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Fabrica Student Volunteer Placement – Audience Development – Apply By 12pm on Wednesday 6 February 2019

Fabrica Student Volunteer Placement – Audience Development 12-month placement, March 2019 – February 2020: starting week commencing 4 March 2019. One day per week. Fabrica, Brighton’s Centre for Contemporary Art, is delighted offer specialist placements to motivated and proactive students interested in working at a vibrant contemporary art gallery in the heart of Brighton. The…

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Join fellow University of Brighton students to design and paint a mural in the Royal Alexander Children’s Hospital Brighton

Join fellow University of Brighton students to design and paint a mural in the Royal Alexander Children’s Hospital Brighton Mural Art Design and Painting Volunteer – Ronald McDonald House Charities The organisation/project Ronald McDonald House Brighton works alongside the Royal Alexander Children’s Hospital and the Trevor Mann Baby Unit, looking after the families of very…

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NEW! Costume Production Volunteer, with Beleza School of Samba, for Brighton Pride 2018

Beleza School of Samba is a social enterprise that aims to bring Brazilian samba to Brighton to engage all sections of the community. We have a dance section and a instrument section (the bateria) and we perform at a range of community events across the city. We also parade at Pride and we support a…

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Film & TV Q&A

  12-1pm 14th Feb Grand Parade Room G64           Sam is a Writer and Storyboard Artist specialising in children’s animation. In the industry for over ten years, Sam has worked on a number of leading animated properties such as Tom & Jerry, The Mr. Men Show, Octonauts, and PJ Masks, for…

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Recruitment days, Art Librarianship and more career events for April

  The London Job Show is taking place at Westfield Shopping Centre, Shepherds Bush on Friday 31st March & Saturday 1st April. Over 50 organisations will be promoting thousands of job vacancies. Entrance is free with no need to register.   Ocean Careers 2017 is an event offering advice on career opportunities within the ocean…

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Competitions (LOTS of…), summer placements and opportunities for women from top global employers…

A modest round up from our inbox this evening, kicking off appropriately enough with a shout out for Where Women Work… Where Women Work focuses on opportunities for women at all stages of their professional life to advance their careers with progressive employers. Sign up for their newsletter and get the latest on job opportunities…

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Artist or Coder? Or a bit of both? Thinking of a career in the Games Industry?

…in that case Grads in Games may have something for you, namely *drum roll*… Over to GinG for more info… “Grads in Games run two exciting competitions for students who are aspiring to enter the gaming industry. Entrants pick a speciality from code, character art, environmental art, animation, and new this year – VFX, and…

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Recruitment and networking events for Banking, Engineering and Creative – and all in November!

Ugh…Networking. Does it sound like hell to you too? Are you usually the guy below with the bottle in his face clearly wishing he was anywhere else? Who can blame you?… See below for some refreshing alternatives to this dreariness, all happening in the merry month of November. You’re welcome… 1 November: The Deutsche Bank…

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Graduate Art Prize – £1000

Founded in 2013, the Graduate Art Prize was set up with the direct aim of introducing young artists directly to the corporate art market, providing another means of supporting them and helping get their careers off the ground, away from the traditional gallery route. The award was first set up by art consultants ARTIQ, together…

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