International Research and Enterprise Event, 25 June

Earth image from NASAOn Monday, 25 June 2018, 2:30pm-7:30pm (including evening BBQ)

At the Sallis Benney Theatre, Grand Parade Main Building, Brighton, BN2 0JY

This is a free event, but registration is required. Don’t miss your chance to take part.

 Please register here.

Read or download the full event programme

Join Brighton Futures for talks, discussion groups and an evening barbecue to find out more about opportunities to develop your international research. This event is aimed at all postgraduate students and staff who have international experience or would like to work internationally. Two of our international PhD students will be speaking at the event, and all doctoral students are welcome to attend.

Including keynote from Rachael Sara-Kennedy, Head of International Partnerships, Universities UK International (UUKi)

The changing landscape of international research funding; opportunities, challenges and partnerships

At this university-wide event, we will  plan our future research and collaboration on the international stage. In participating you will:

  • gain insights from staff and postgraduate students who have built successful international partnerships
  • share your experiences in small discussion groups
  • find out about new University funding opportunities and how funding for international research is changing.

In particular, the international day is designed to:

  • celebrate our international postgraduate research community
  • support staff and postgraduate career development by linking staff and students into our international work
  • promote progressive research and enterprise at the University that addresses issues internationally
  • enable staff and postgraduates to identify possible collaborations and to bid for new research funding streams, such as the Global Challenges Research Fund and established funding programmes such as European Commission (EC) funding
  • determine our future international research profile and priorities