News and events for University of Brighton students

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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Updated Industrial action FAQs as at 6 December 2019

The following FAQs can be viewed within this updated Industrial action FAQs PDF document. FAQs update as at 6 December 2019 Am I entitled to a refund on my fees if my learning was disrupted by the strike action? We are developing a detailed understanding of what impact the strike has had including ways in…

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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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Inside the cycle storage - lockers and stands

New Moulsecoomb secure cycle storage now open

Following the recent opening of the Moulsecoomb Parking facility, we are pleased to confirm that the cycle store on the ground floor of the building is now open for student use. Unicard access will allow easy access to the cycle store, shower and drying room facilities. Accessing the facilities Access to the facilities is via…

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Your Voice Matters - Election 12 December

How to vote in the UK 2019 General Election

With the UK General Election just a few days away on 12 December, you might be wondering how to vote especially if its your first time. Below are the options available which include going to a polling station, voting by post, or by proxy (appointing someone else to vote for you). Students who are registered…

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Map of rail closures around Lewes

4-day rail line closure 28 November – 1 December

Further major engineering works are planned over four days to complete the final phase of the £25m project to replace the signalling equipment between Lewes and Seaford 28 November – 1 December. The works will have an impact on anyone who would normally use a train to travel on all routes via Lewes, affecting train…

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Industrial action by UCU 25 November to 4 December

Message to all students from, Professor Ruth Whittaker, Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Education and Students) Some of you may have seen the recent media coverage of a planned strike by staff who are members of the University and College Union (UCU). This is a dispute following the breakdown of negotiations over pensions and pay that is undertaken nationally…

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Industrial action FAQs

Strike action summary The following FAQs can be viewed within this Industrial action FAQs PDF document. There will be strike action at this University from 25 November until 4 December as per the Pro-Vice-Chancellor’s email sent 15 November 2019. We anticipate that the majority of teaching related activity will continue as normal, however, please continue…

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University street food and market

Street Food and Farmers’ Market starts this October

We’ll be hosting a new street food and market every Monday alternating between the Moulsecoomb and Falmer campus. Starting on 14 October, you’ll be able to buy your lunch and your groceries from a wide range of world cuisine from some of the best food vendors in Brighton! Schedule of events Moulsecoomb campus at the…

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Trainsplit app screenshots

Trainsplit – save up to 40% on long train journeys

Save money on train travel using the University of Brighton Trainsplit website, which searches for available ‘split tickets’ (separate legs) to a journey, as it is often cheaper to buy multiple tickets than one ‘through’ ticket. Don’t worry, you don’t have to get off the train where you change from one ticket to another, but…

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