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A Week in the Life of a UX Design Student

Choosing to pursue a Master’s in UX Design was one of the most exciting decisions I’ve ever made!  What UX Design means to me I have always been interested in art and enjoy following galleries and art events, but in addition to this I have also had a deep passion for technology and enjoy listening…

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The Life of a Business Management Student

Moving from Kenya to the UK and starting university as an international student can be a significant change, and it’s often challenging to know what to expect. So, I’m here to give you an idea of the life of a Business Management student at the University of Brighton Business School.  Why I Chose to Study…

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A Week in the Life of an International Physical Education Student in the UK

Ever wondered what it’s like to be an international student in the UK? Join me for a week as I navigate classes, campus life, and cultural adventures while studying Physical Education at Brighton! An International Student’s Perspective As an international student coming straight from the school of New Delhi, India to study a Physical Education…

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My Clearing success story at Brighton

My account as a student who went through the Clearing process and successfully got onto the course of my dreams! My Personal Clearing Experience  My university Clearing journey was a rollercoaster of unexpected decisions and opportunities that led me to study my dream course at the University of Brighton.   I hadn’t planned to go to…

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What is Early Clearing? Top 5 Questions

I’m Charlotte, an English Literature and Creative Writing student who went through Early Clearing. Previously I didn’t know why clearing opens so early for some people, so in this blog I’ll answer questions about it and will speak about my experience applying to the University of Brighton in my video.       What is…

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University applications: tips from students

Applying to university is a big moment and it’s important to make the best possible application. Here 10 of our students talk about their experience of applying to University of Brighton.

Matilda Bircham, primary teacher trainee

What I’ve found: studying a primary maths education degree.

I’m Matilda and I’m training to be a teacher on the Primary Mathematics Education degree with QTS BA(Hons). Here is what I’ve experienced on the course, studying on a beautiful campus, developing my teaching style and benefiting from exciting placements. This course is my path into teaching I was working in high schools for three…

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My university Clearing experience: Student Clearing Stories

Clearing students are just like you… Don’t think you are alone, each year lots of students come to university this way and each one has their own Clearing experience to talk about. Here are some quotes from three current students. Read through to their Clearing stories: you’ll probably find someone who’s journey might have been…

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George Diamantopoulos

International student Clearing stories: George Diamantopoulos

George studies Mechanical Engineering BEng(Hons). As an international student their Clearing experience was a little different. Still, as with our other student blogs about Clearing, they have useful insights and advice. Why did you apply through Clearing? During the summer of 2019 I was expecting my IELTS results which I needed to apply to university…

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What is it like studying a fine art degree at Brighton?

Make your own study pathway I studied an art foundation which helped me narrow down the specialism within the field a bit more, and after finding this painting course (one of only a few which offer it in the UK), it felt tailored to everything I wanted to learn about and explore! Find your people…

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