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

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Undergraduate research opportunity in School of Environment and Technology

The project is landslide mapping and hazard analysis in Southern Peru.

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Undergraduate research opportunity in School of Pharmacy and Bimolecular Science

The project is Understanding the effect of stress on breast cancer metastasis to the brain.

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Undergraduate research opportunity in School of Education

The project is Exploring Race, Ethnicity and (in)equality with Students Aspiring to be Primary School Teachers in UK Universities.

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Undergraduate research opportunity in School of Arts and Media

The project is the Digital Capabilities for Age-Friendly Smart Transport (DICAST)

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Undergraduate research opportunity in School of Health Sciences

The project is the impact of foot and ankle pain on health-related quality of life in children.

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Undergraduate research opportunity in School of Computing, Engineering and Mathematics

Project is COVID-19 patient detection via smartphone recorded coughs and confidence Machine Learning.

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Undergraduate research opportunity in School of Humanities

This project focuses on suffragist and pioneering scientist, Kate Harvey (1862-1946).

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Opportunities for undergraduate students to take part in real, hands-on research

Thanks to generous funding provided by Santander Universities and academic schools at the University of Brighton, the scheme provides an opportunity for seven undergraduate students in the middle years of their degree to contribute to real research projects.

How to work out what career might suit you

The age old question of how do I decide what I want to do foxes many of us and if you were expecting easy answers then I will disappoint and say there probably isn’t one sure fire way to work this out. Everyone has their own set of individual talents, skills, interests and knowledge and…

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Vitae Researcher Development International Conference 2019 – call for content now openĀ 

Vitae are delighted to announce that the call for content for the Researcher Development International Conference 2019 is now open. The workshops should demonstrate collaborative, novel and creative approaches around one of the following revised themes: Trends in the wider research, employment, and policy environments and how these might affect researcher development strategy Strategic opportunities…

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