Student News and Events

News and events for University of Brighton students

Fundraising Concert in aid of Sussex Cancer Fund

Fundraising Concert for the Sussex Cancer Fund 29 March 2023

Wednesday 29 March, 6:30-8pm at St Andrew’s Church, Hillside, Moulsecoomb, Brighton. Kindly organised by the School of Applied Sciences and performed by students and staff of the University of Brighton.

Remember: you need voter ID

Have you sorted your Voter ID?

Got 5 minutes? Register to vote in UK elections if you’ve never registered before, have moved house or have changed your name.

Digital Experience Student Insights Survey

Tell us how technology supports your learning

Take the Digital Experience Student Insights Survey today, to help us understand how you are engaging with digital learning. Your views will help us to understand the aspects that are working well and how we can support you further to develop vital digital skills.

Inaugural 2023

Inaugural lectures – summer series

Following our successful spring series, our inaugural lecture summer series is now open for bookings.  Inaugural lectures are the first lecture delivered by a newly appointed professor at the University of Brighton and are followed by a catered reception where informal conversation can take place. The lectures are free to attend for all students, staff…

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4 things to do before you graduate

With graduation now in sight for our third year students, as you start to think about what comes next, we want to let you know that we are here for you wherever your journey takes you. Make sure you remain connected with us by joining your University of Brighton Alumni Association, which gives you access to…

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The Quran book laying on the second floor

Observing Ramadan 2023

Many Muslim students will be fasting during the month of Ramadan, which falls this year between Wednesday 22 March and Friday 21 April. We’re committed to supporting students who will be observing this holy month.

Postgraduate Taught Experience Survey 2023

Postgraduate Taught Experience Survey (PTES) 2023

The Postgraduate Taught Experience Survey (PTES) is your chance to use your voice to shape our university. Your feedback helps us keep doing the things that you enjoy and put more emphasis on the elements that you value most. By sharing your thoughts, you will be helping us to make positive improvements to your specific course, as well as to the University as a whole.

Neurodiversity celebration week

Neurodiversity Celebration Week 13-17 March 2023

Neurodiversity Celebration Week is a worldwide initiative that challenges stereotypes and misconceptions about neurological differences.

Southern Train for Unizone travel

Help with travel for train strikes on 16 and 30 March 2023

Students and staff affected by the rail strikes on Thursday 16 March, and Thursday 30 March,  who do not have an E-Permit to park on campus, may apply for a temporary E-Permit valid for these two dates.

Let's get the nation talking about student mental health

University Mental Health Day – 9 March 2023

This Thursday, 9 March is officially University Mental Health Day but your mental health and wellbeing is always our priority – all year around our expert teams are here for you. To mark University Mental health Day our Student Support and Guidance tutors (SSGTs) will be on campus to chat to you about the variety…

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