Student News and Events

News and events for University of Brighton students

Take your valuables with you sign

Top tips to protect your valuables over the Christmas holiday

Brighton (and Eastbourne) are safe places to live and study however it always helps to be vigilant and take appropriate precautions to look after yourself and your belongings, especially as we approach the Christmas break

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COVID-19 vaccination offer Tuesday 6 December

On Tuesday 6 December, our local Public Health team will bring their mobile vaccination unit to the pedestrian area outside the Cockcroft building on the Moulsecoomb campus between 10:30am and 2:30pm.

Helping you navigate the cost of living crisis

Cost-of-living: how we’re supporting you

As the cost-of-living and its related pressures continues to increase, your financial and wider wellbeing remains an important priority for me and my colleagues who support you in a range of ways. The University has drawn together a support package to help you navigate this difficult time and this message seeks to present this in a way that allows you to access support based on need. 

Be covid aware - Nov 2021

Overseas COVID-19 vaccination checking service available at Brighton Racecourse

If you had any of your COVID-19 vaccinations outside of England, they will not automatically show on your medical records or in the NHS App.  

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BTN Bikeshare to be ‘paused’ from December until Spring 2023

Brighton & Hove’s BTN BikeShare scheme is to pause operations from 31 December in preparation for a new look scheme to launch next year. 

Checkland building on Falmer campus

Falmer campus to reopen 25 November (11:00am 24 Nov)

There will be no access to Falmer campus today while the Gas Board investigates a suspected gas leak.

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Wellbeing Week 2022: Friday – Give

It is the final day of Wellbeing Week – we hope you have found our events and resources useful for boosting your mental wellbeing. Individuals who report a greater interest in helping others are more likely to rate themselves as happy.

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Wellbeing Week 2022: Thursday – Connect

Having good relationships, friendships and social connections with others is a key part of wellbeing.

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Wellbeing Week 2022: Wednesday – Learn

Day 3 of wellbeing week is about continual learning! When’s the last time you stepped slightly outside of your comfort zone and engaged in something different? Continuing to learn new things, whether intellectual or physical, is important for maintaining mental health aspects of well-being such as self-confidence, having a sense of purpose, and connecting with others.

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