News and events for University of Brighton students

International Transgender Day of Visibility

International Transgender Day of Visibility

International Transgender Day of Visibility is an annual event occurring on 31 March dedicated to celebrating transgender people around the globe and the courage it takes to live openly and authentically, while also raising awareness around the discrimination trans people still face. As a Stonewall Diversity Champion and Top 100 Employer, we understand that all…

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Santander Presents ‘For Your Eyes Alone’

In February, Santander made magic happen as they brought ‘For Your Eyes Alone’, the world’s first ‘invisible cinema’ experience to the University of Brighton. Students were invited to pop on some specially designed polarised glasses, sit back, relax and watch an otherwise invisible viewing of heist thriller Now You See Me, alongside a special ‘invisible’…

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Become a Student Resident Advisor

We are looking for new Student Residential Advisors (SRAs) to live and provide support to our residents across the Brighton, Falmer and Eastbourne Halls. What we offer you in return a home (at a highly discounted rate) option to purchase the halls Eat In package at 50% training: mediation, first-aid, basic counselling skills, and much…

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Brighton and Hove Albion FC Q&A Prize Draw

Attention Albion super fans! We have 10 places to attend an exclusive Q&A session with three members of the Albion first team on 5th March at the club’s training ground, the American Express Elite Football Performance Centre. This rare opportunity is an exclusive offer to current students of the University of Brighton only. All you…

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Special LGNTQ Game Jam Weekend 23-24 February

A Game Jam is an event where you are given a theme and a time limit to create a game. It can be an computer game, a mobile game or anything you think you can create in that time. For our event in honour of LGBTQ+ History we will be using a theme that can…

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Concerned about exams clashing with a religious festival?

If you’re unable to take an exam on a particular day due to observing a religious festival or holy days such as Ramadan, it’s important to let us know. Please Complete a Religious observance and examinations form (.docx) Get the form authorised by your course leader (or equivalent) Return the form to your school office by 1 March for…

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The Big Build

Moulsecoomb campus development update

We are pleased to confirm that the next stage of the Big Build will commence on Monday 28 January. Our partners ULiving will take possession of the Mithras car park from this date to enable preparatory works for the construction of our new student accommodation and other facilities. Mithras car park closure As previously communicated,…

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Southern Train

Major rail engineering works in February

Students who travel on the Brighton Main Line will be affected by a nine-day closure between 16-24 February. Please be advised that Network Rail will be carrying out major engineering works on the Brighton Main Line, with no trains running between Three Bridges and Brighton and Three Bridges to Lewes between 16-26 February. These works…

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

By Katie Roberts, SSGT, School of Health Sciences (Falmer) It’s normal to feel mixed emotions at the start of a new year. You’re probably excited for the year ahead, but you may also be struggling with the short days and finding it hard to get back into a routine. Here are a few tips and resources…

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Roch McLean

Award-winning students celebrate their achievements in 2018

On the evening of Tuesday 4 December 2018, the university held its fourth annual Celebration Event at the Huxley Building on the Moulsecoomb Campus. Over 150 guests comprising students, staff, alumni, donors and supporters came together for an important occasion, hosted by the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Debra Humphris, and organised by the Philanthropy and Alumni Engagement…

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