Brighton Student bloggers

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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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Maximising student discounts

Hi, my name is Zuzana and I am here to share with you some tips on how to get the most out of your student discount! Grab your student ID and get ready to maximise your discounts. Now is the time to turn your status as a student into a superpower for saving. Always ask…

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A student’s guide to a budget-friendly day out in Brighton

Hello everyone! My name is Angelica, and I’m here to share with you some ideas for a fun day out in Brighton on a budget. Continue reading for a full day of activities for under £10! Explore Brighton for free Being on a student budget can be challenging, but there’s plenty of fun things you…

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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

A mature students guide to Brighton!

So, if like me you are a student of the more mature years you might be wondering what that entails in the city of Brighton and its University. Understandably £1 shots, cheap wine, and a messy bedroom in halls my not be your game plan, but don’t worry! For you and me alike Brighton and…

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My favourite nature spots in Brighton!

One of my favourite things about living in Brighton is that we get to have it all – city, coast, and nature all in one place. Brighton is surrounded by beautiful places to go walking, biking and hiking, but I’ve selected my top two for this article and put them on a map so you…

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Working whilst studying at Brighton

As amazing as it feels to receive your first student loan drop, and finally be able to buy all the things you want to buy with your own money, the reality is that it doesn’t last forever. Many factors are at play; including your student loan amount, parental or family support, saving, spending, and other…

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Uni isn’t all about studying – I started my career as a writer!

Follow your passion and achieve your goals Journalism had always been an industry that I had loved without even being aware of it. Writing and telling stories is always something that I have enjoyed. Over the lockdown I watched countless documentaries and have realised this is an area of journalism I would love to enter….

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Brighton food: A (hungry) student’s guide

Brighton is an incredible place to live in as student, and it is also the ultimate go-to destination for foodies with its wide variety of cuisines, suiting all preferences and budgets. Here is a mini guide to the best food Brighton has to offer for students, from a student (and massive foodie). Student-friendly Brighton restaurants In…

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How my course is helping to save our environment! [video]

To read more about how your course can help save the environment, check out Anna’s blogs!

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