News and events for University of Brighton students

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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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Springboard, Your University Crowdfunding Platform

Raise money for your great idea or project with the University of Brighton’s very own digital crowdfunding platform Springboard so you can reach your fundraising targets.  Whether your idea is big or small, Springboard can make your ambition a reality and help you to raise funds for a project, event or equipment – no matter…

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Parking permits – Latest update 20 September 2019

Find out below for the latest updates on parking permit applications, the extension to permit-free parking, how to apply for a parking permit and how to appeal. Permit-free parking extended In order to allow additional time for the planning of travel arrangements, permit free parking at university car parks will now be extended until Tuesday…

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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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Take part in ‘Cycle September’ and win prizes

This September you could win prizes for logging cycle rides as part of Cycle September in Brighton and Hove. It’s a fun, free competition between workplaces in Brighton and Hove to see which can get the most people on bikes during September. All you have to do is log a bike ride of ten minutes…

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Student discounts and benefits for travel in Brighton

The University of Brighton works to support students, staff and visitors to travel as sustainably as possible to and from campus; to help cut carbon emissions and pollution, improve health and wellbeing and you could save yourself some money! With the new academic year just around the corner, now is a good time to assess…

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Student discounts and benefits for travel in Eastbourne

The University of Brighton works to support students, staff and visitors to travel as sustainably as possible to and from campus; to help cut carbon emissions and pollution, improve health and wellbeing and you could save yourself some money! With the new academic year just around the corner, now is a good time to assess…

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Car parking permit charges for 2019-20

UPDATE: Check out our latest post on the permit parking (20 September 2019) Following our recent parking charges consultation back in May it has been agreed that student charges will not be introduced for the 2019/20 academic year. This policy will be reviewed for 2020/21. New 2019/20 parking permits will however be required from Monday…

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Jonny Benjamin: the journey to hope, recovery and beyond

Jonny Benjamin MBE shares his very personal journey to hope and recovery in this talk at University of Brighton during Mental Health Awareness Week 2019. Jonny charts his journey with mental illness, from first seeing a psychologist at the age of 4 to being diagnosed with schizoaffective disorder, a combination of schizophrenia and bipolar, at…

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New private student accommodation for 2019/20

Students are able to register interest for one of 200 rooms in new halls at Circus Street, next to City Campus. ​The accommodation, managed by our partner, Kaplan Living Brighton, is a city-centre option for students who may wish to look at an alternative option to university-managed halls. A self-catered room will cost £230 per…

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