Brighton Student bloggers

Read student blogs about student life and the Brighton university experience

Undine Evalde with one of her architecture projects

A day in the life of an architecture student

Before starting my studies as a Architecture BA(Hons) student, I knew close to nothing about the field. Now looking back on it I believe it was what enticed me. Let’s delve deeper into the last year of my studies to highlight what a day in a life of an architecture student might entail.

Angelica on placement at a museum

A day in the life of an English Literature and Creative Writing student

I’m Angelica and I’m in my second year of my English Literature and Creative Writing degree. Here is a typical day for me – on placement, at lectures and socialising!

Eva doing pharmacy lab work.

What is it like studying a pharmacy degree?

Hi, I’m Eva and I’m a third year Pharmacy MPharm student. Here is my experience of studying at University of Brighton – from lectures and work experience to getting support, my favourite places, social life, living in Brighton, and tips on making and saving money. How I found university different from college I struggled with…

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Recording a university podcast with fashion students.

A day in the life of a fashion communication student

My name is Emma and I’m in my final year of Fashion Communication with Business Studies. Please join me for a day in the life of my penultimate week at university!

University of Brighton campus in Moulsecoomb

Our favourite places on campus at Brighton uni

In Brighton we have a fantastic location for students, and the university has three very different campuses: in the heart of the city, in the suburbs and in the countryside. Moulsecoomb is the biggest campus, Falmer the most scenic and City campus is in Brighton’s creative hub. Whether it’s working in studios, studying in the library, hitting the gym or relaxing in the Student Union bar, here 10 students reveal their favourite places on campus.

Moulsecoomb campus and halls of residence student accommodation

Student tips for when you move into uni accommodation

Whether you choose halls of residence or rent privately in a shared house, living at university is an opportunity to make lifelong friends and have a lot of fun. Here 10 of our students share their experiences and give tips on how to choose the best university accommodation.

Brighton student life: 10 reasons why it’s a good place to live

Brighton is one of the UK’s most diverse, entertaining cities. It’s a great place to live for students and here are 10 reasons why

Pound coins

Top tips for saving money at uni

The cost of living makes savvy spending at university crucial. Here our students give their tips to keep on top of the bottom line, whether through part-time work, smart shopping or applying for student loans

Staying in touch with family on an online call

Four ways to boost wellbeing at uni outside class

There are lots of support services to help you out at uni, but also plenty of things you can do yourself. I’m Faye and I’m in my final year of Business Management with Finance BSc. Here are my top tips on how to stay healthy and happy at uni – from sport, societies, keeping in…

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The Brighton Pavilion

My first year at university – a photo blog

Hi – I’m Trish and I moved all the way from India to the UK last year to pursue my Interior Design MA at the University of Brighton. This is a photo blog of a few of my highlights, both academic and social, during my first year at university. Part 1: Academic Our first task…

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