Student News and Events

News and events for University of Brighton students

My Brighton is changing

Get ready for the My Brighton upgrade

The new version of My Brighton, the University of Brighton’s online student portal will launch on Thursday 16 May. Make sure you’re ready for the big switchover. You’ll still get access to all the same services like your uni email, timetable and My Studies. Plus, there’ll be a few extras. Over the summer break, we’ll add…

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Recycling and giving back artwork on a wall.

Moving out this summer and have items you no longer want or need?

This year the University is partnering with the British Heart Foundation to help students in private rented accommodation donate their unwanted stuff to charity when moving out. We’re trialling this new Street Collection service in the following streets around the Moulsecoomb campus between 3 June and 2 September: The Highway The Avenue Hillside Widdicombe Way…

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Exam tables in a large room

Exam reminders for semester 2 exams

Check what to bring for an exam and know the rules you need to follow. What to bring You should bring your UniCard as proof of identity. If you do not have your UniCard, please bring another form of photo id such as your passport or photocard driving licence. You should only take the minimum…

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Module Evaluation is now open

Guidance on completing Module Evaluation (May 2024)

Take just 5 minutes to complete module evaluation - this is your opportunity to share anonymous and constructive feedback on your module teaching and content, to help us directly enhance your learning experience. Look out for an email inviting you to fill out the survey, it will appear from an external sender  – survey is open…

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Mental Health Awareness Week 13 to 19 May 2024

Mental Health Awareness Week 13-19 May 2024

From 13 to 19 May, this year’s Mental Health Awareness Week will be taking place, during which a series of events will be running to help signpost support services and encourage conversation among students. All week, we will be offering free activities to get students active, with a range of events scheduled for each day,…

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Prof Debra Humphris CBE at a summer graduation ceremony

A new Vice-Chancellor for our university

Professor Debra Humphris CBE has announced that the search for the next Vice-Chancellor of our University is now under way, and that she will be bringing forward her retirement to September 2024. Here, she shares some of the highlights, and challenges, of her time at Brighton, and discusses the University’s plans for the future. Debra…

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Cycle being repaired

Free Bike Maintenance Checks, 13-17 May

Take advantage of free bicycle maintenance checks on campus from 13-17 May 2024. A ‘Dr Bike’ mechanic from Bike for Life South will be providing the free bike checks at Moulsecoomb, Falmer and City campuses. The basic maintenance check offered includes minor mechanical adjustments and cycle advice including: bikeability advice such as use of gears, brakes and on…

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My Brighton is changing

My Brighton upgrade: New look & improved mobile access

We’re excited to announce some important changes coming to My Brighton, the University of Brighton’s online student portal, next month. The switchover to the new My Brighton will take place on Thursday, 16 May. Here’s what you need to know and, more importantly, what you need to do to get ready… What’s changing? My Brighton…

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BTN Bikeshare man on bicycle

Free Beryl BTN Bike hire before 10am 15-28 April 2024

Brighton’s Pay As You Go hire scheme is offering free hire on its pedal bikes before 10am, to encourage commuters to give cycling a go. Pedal only bikes will be free to hire to all registered Beryl members in Brighton & Hove from midnight to 10am each day between Monday 15 April and Sunday 28…

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Inaugural lectures – summer 2024 series

Inaugural Lectures Summer 2024 series

Following our successful spring series, our inaugural lecture summer series is now open for bookings.  Inaugural lectures are the first lecture delivered by a newly appointed professor at the University of Brighton and are followed by a catered reception where informal conversation can take place. The lectures are free to attend for all students, staff…

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