News and events for University of Brighton students

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Observing Ramadan

We’re committed to supporting students who will be observing this holy month.

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COVID-19 and University accommodation FAQs

We have compiled a number of FAQs around University accommodation during the lock down for Coronavirus.

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Mood Boost for student wellbeing

This free course will help you manage your anxiety, stress and low mood and connect with other students in a safe, caring and supportive space.

UCU Strike Action FAQs as at 25 February 2020

The University and College Union (UCU) is planning a second round of strike action planned to take place over the next two months.

Coronavirus as at 25 Feb 2020

Read these FAQs on how the University is handling the Coronavirus (or COVID-19) outbreak.

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Sexual Abuse and Sexual Violence Awareness Week

It aims to raise awareness of sexual abuse and sexual violence, promote healthy discussions, and shine a spotlight on what is normally a very hidden subject.

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New Year, new cheer: tips for combating the January blues

Feeling excited for the year ahead, a little apprehensive, or finding it hard to settle again? Here are a few tips and reminders of all the support available to you at the University.

This campus is smoke and vape free

​Smoking and Vaping – 2019/2020 University policy

The University of Brighton aims to create a healthier, smoke and vape free environment for its staff, students, contractors and visitors.

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Here for the holidays?

Staying in halls or your accommodation over the holidays? Anyone staying in Brighton or Eastbourne over the holidays? Maybe it’s your first Christmas in the area or even in the UK? Check out the International team’s Festive Guide for information about festive events for joining in with. The guide also has information about university opening…

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16 Days of Action against gender-based violence

16 Days of Action against gender-based violence

The national campaigns 16 Days of Action (25 November-10 December) and White Ribbon aim to encourage action to end violence against women and girls. Whilst all genders may experience incidents of inter-personal violence and abuse, women are considerably more likely to experience repeated and severe forms of abuse, including sexual violence, hence the focus of…

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