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How university prepares you for a career

Although I went to university without a clear pathway in mind, I chose to study Business Management with Finance and Placement Year BSc. Business Management can open doors to many jobs and I told myself that I could find my way along the course and at least get a job at the end of it….

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Student receiving counselling

Support at uni: 10 university services

Staying healthy and happy is so important at uni – and in life! Fortunately, there are lots of professionals at university to help you in a variety of ways – from academic guidance to support with accommodation, counselling, careers and health. I’m Faye and I’m in my final year of Business Management with Finance BSc….

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Trisha Dasgupta working on projects for her Interior Design MA

How winning an award at uni boosts my career

Winning a design prize was very satisfying and a real boost for my career. I’m Trish and I’m studying Interior Design MA. In this blog, I’m going to explain how I did it and why it makes a difference to my future. What is the award and who runs it? Will + Partners is a…

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Active Hearts exercise session

Uni work placements: the best part of my degree

Hi – I’m Darja and in this blog I’m going to tell you about my experience of work placements at university. My Sports Coaching degree involved compulsory placements in the second and third year. The way you find and do placements is different for each course but for my degree we could find our own…

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Ugonna Okoro

What is it like studying Biomedical Science at University of Brighton?

Develop your style at Brighton You can direct your own learning and suggest tools and methods that help you understand complex physiological systems. I have used and observed lab equipment including confocal, electron and atomic microscopes, spectrometers, spirometer and four-lead electrocardiograms. Real-life benefits of study My favourite module was Diet and Exercise. One of the…

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Seniz Mustafa

What is it like studying Ecology at University of Brighton?

Do your research for university Choosing what to study was slightly difficult as there are a range of courses related to the environment, each specialising in different areas. Originally I wanted to study zoology because I loved learning about animals, but I changed my mind to ecology because I also wanted to learn about the…

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Kerry Hullands

What is it like studying Education at Brighton?

I enjoyed reading more about the lectures The transition to degree level was for me mostly noticeable in the amount of reading, I had done a literature A-level but the amount of reading I have done on this degree is definitely more. However, this is also a benefit as I am always interested in the…

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Bethany Croucher

What is it like studying Engineering at University of Brighton?

Develop your specialism at Brighton Engineering is a very structured course so all the mechanical, automotive, and aeronautical students work together until the third year. All engineers learn the foundations of a variety of areas before narrowing into individual strains in the final year. I think this structure works very well. The group projects within…

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Tim Bonner

What is it like studying Maths at University of Brighton?

I’m adapting to university study Mathematics is not the easiest of courses, as you may expect. Lots to learn and remember. That being said, I have had great support returning to education after taking four years away from studying and day by day I’m finding it easier and progressing with my work. We’re assessed in…

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Lenka Huntly

What is it like studying Nursing at university?

Nursing is my dream job I have always wanted to study nursing but it took me a while to get there. I had a teaching degree already and I was working so it was a financially difficult decision. When I found out that I could get a student loan for a second degree (provided it…

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