Student News and Events

News and events for University of Brighton students

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Timetables and teaching delivery – 2021/22 academic year

In advance of receiving your personalised timetables, we wanted to let you have more information about what you can expect in your first semester at the University.

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No booking for computer and library study spaces on 30 July only

Library study spaces and some computers can be used without booking on Wednesday 30 June while the bookings systems are upgraded. For entrance to library study space and computers please phone the number displayed at library entrances.

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Race terminology survey

Staff and students who self-identify as belonging to a community currently designated by the term Black, Asian or Minority Ethnic are invited to complete this survey by 23 July.

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Vaccination update and changed testing arrangements

Find out about the vaccination programme, home testing to replace most on-campus tests and how the delay of the lockdown affects you.

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2021-22 Return to campus: Looking ahead to Autumn

A message from Professor Ruth Whittaker, Pro-Vice-Chancellor emailed 8 June 2021 to all students.

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Would a mentor help you to study remotely?

Did you know that virtual mentoring programmes run over the summer for current students and graduating students?

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Student success in this year’s City Nature Challenge – see the results

This year was the biggest ever City Nature Challenge – a global effort encouraging people to discover and record local wildlife in and surrounding urban areas.

Help keep everyone safe and well

Further return to campus and changing Covid-19 restrictions

The University has now received confirmation from the Government that all students who have not yet been able to return to campuses may do so from Monday 17 May.

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Brighton’s learning spaces – what should the future look like?

We want the views of our students and staff to outline the future vision of our campuses, and the experience they provide.

The Big Read 2021

The Big Read 2021 – meet the author event and free e-book

The Big Read is an annual campaign to encourage students to explore new literature and discover stories and writing outside their studies. This year we are honoured to feature Monique Roffey and her Costa Book Award-winning novel ‘The Mermaid of Black Conch’.

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