Student News and Events

News and events for University of Brighton students

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Extended opening hours for all libraries from 19 April

Each campus library will open between 9:30am and 7:45pm, Monday to Friday until the end of term but any visit must be pre-booked using the ‘Book a study space’ tile within My Brighton.

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Make your idea happen in 2021 and win a cash prize

Do you have an idea for a new product, service or community project? The Santander University of Brighton Ideas Competition is your chance to make it happen.

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Observing Ramadan 2021

Many Muslim students will be fasting during the month of Ramadan, which falls this year between Monday 12 April and Wednesday 12 May. We’re committed to supporting students who will be observing this holy month.

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Trans Day of Visibility. Pronouns – let’s get them right

Now that study has moved online, we recognise that the badges are less effective in raising awareness of someone’s pronouns. Therefore, we have worked with the Brighton Students Union to develop pronoun icons that students and staff can upload as their profile icon on Microsoft Teams.

Help make it a safe return to campus for everyone

Easter Break and graduation ceremonies

A message from Ruth Whittaker, Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Education and Students) emailed to all students 25 March 2021.

One year on from lockdown

Join us for a minute’s silence at midday today

Here for you

Reflections of a SSGT following the tragic events of the past week

A personal blog post by SSGT providing some support services’ information for abuse, harrassment, discrimination or violence.

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Anti-Racist Forum – make sure your voice is heard

On Friday 26 March we are holding our second Anti-Racist Forum. Please take part so that your voice is heard.

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International Women’s Day 2021 #ChooseToChallenge

The University of Brighton marks International Women’s Day with a talk for staff and students by author Angela Saini, co-hosted with the University of Sussex.

Safety Net Quick Guide

Widening the Safety Net – Helping you graduate with the marks you deserve

We’ve worked in partnership with the BSU on a new method of calculating awards for our Undergraduate and Postgraduate awards, which I hope will make a significant difference to you.

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