Student News and Events

News and events for University of Brighton students

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Book onto an online welcome session featuring our Student Ambassadors

We are running short, one-hour information sessions on Microsoft Teams to help you settle into the university and everything it has to offer.

They are free to join, you can attend as many of them as you like, and we just need you to sign up in advance. Student Ambassadors will be attending the sessions and sharing their own tips and experiences. You can ask them and our staff teams the questions that matter most to you in the chat function.

How to book

Please use your university email to book in advance with the links below. Once registered, you’ll receive the event details including instructions on how to join the Microsoft Teams meeting. Make sure you check your university email for the event confirmation email.

Please note that all events will be recorded for those who cannot attend in person.

Your Learning – 15 October, 4 – 5pm

Knowing where to get to the right study resources, mentoring and support will make it easier for you to achieve your goals. Hear from the Writing Advisory Service and PASS (Peer Assisted Study Skills) Leaders as well as from our Student Ambassadors.

Beth Thomas Hancock from our Careers and Employability team will also be on hand to talk to you about the different mentoring programmes that the university offers, which provide support to a range of eligible students. Mentoring is a catalyst for personal and professional growth – mentors assist you in planning your development and can offer support in recalibrating when things don’t quite go as planned.

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Your Student Life – 22 October, 4 – 5pm

While things feel uncertain right now, there is still a lot that you can access to enjoy your time at university. Hear from Brighton Students’ Union, Sport Brighton and other teams about what’s on offer, as well as from our Student Ambassadors.

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Your Employability – 3 November, 4 – 5pm

Why you should get Careers and Employability support now! Clare Dawson, Head of Employability at the university, will be on hand to talk to you about all of the advice and support that you can get from our Careers and Employability team from your first day at university. The team are here to help you with getting work experience, finding a job, developing your skills, and much more to help you to be more employable and make the most of your future.

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Robin Coleman • 5 October 2020

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