Student News and Events

News and events for University of Brighton students

Feel connected, supported, you belong at Brighton

Feel connected, feel supported, feel you belong

The campaign kicks off with online sessions to help you learn top study and digital skills. Knowing where to get to the right study resources, mentoring and support will make it easier for you to achieve your goals and keep motivated in 2021.

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An update on study space and libraries

We know how important it has been throughout the pandemic to make study spaces available on campus for those students who do not have an appropriate study space at home and need a space for individual study. You can now book spaces in the following locations: Edward Street Cockcroft Building Level One Watts Building Level…

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Access to university libraries during January lockdown

Our libraries are closed temporarily but we will be reopening for pre-booked study spaces once extra safety measures have been installed. It is important to stress that students should not travel during lockdown and that permitted access to these facilities is for essential use only.

Help keep everyone safe and well

Return to campus and COVID-19 testing

A message from Professor Debra Humphris, Vice-Chancellor shareing more details about the start of term in January and Covid-19 testing, travel and returning to campus.

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Checking in survey – acting on your feedback

At the end of October we invited all students to take part in a short “pulse” Checking-in survey which asked about your experiences of the year so far. Over 1,500 of you took part and I thank you for giving this valuable feedback.

Help keep everyone safe and well

COVID-19 update on teaching, testing and travel

A short update on our response to date whilst we continue to work though the detailed implications of the Government’s recent announcement regarding the end of the academic term.

Find out how the national lockdown affects you

COVID-19: Response to Government guidance 11 November 2020

Message from Professor Debra Humphris, Vice-Chancellor sent via email to all students around the recent issued Government guidance for universities to introduce a managed end to face-to-face teaching following the end of the current lockdown period and a phased departure of students at the end of term.

Brighton Achieves

Writing skills for foundation and first year students

Get one-to-one tutorials to help develop your written assignments.

COVID-19 Checking in with you

Checking in with you survey – Your Student Voice Matters

We invite you to complete our COVID-19 – CHECKING IN survey. In this series of questions, we want to gather your views and opinions on issues that matter to you.

A Place Like No Other

A message from Professor Ruth Whittaker: Update for students for semester 2

Semester 2 of the current academic year will be delivered through a continuing blended mix of socially distanced campus-based teaching and enhanced digital learning in the same way as Semester 1.

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