Student News and Events

News and events for University of Brighton students

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Free bike maintenance checks in May

Could your bike do with a bit of a health check? The university’s sustainability campaign, c-change, have arranged some free bike maintenance check sessions from ‘Dr Bike’ next week on all campuses.

City Nature Challenge 2022

Take part in the City Nature Challenge 2022

Attention all budding naturalists! Get involved with the City Nature Challenge, an international campaign to discover and record as much wildlife as possible over the Spring Bank Holiday weekend. Just download and use the iNaturalist app.

Terrence Higgins Trust - Brighton Ribbon Walk

Take part in the Terrence Higgins Trust’s Ribbon Walk – 3 April

Walk, sashay or stroll with us in Brighton on Sunday 3 April as we unite in the fight against HIV with the fabulous Ribbon Walk.

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Ukraine: a message from the Vice-Chancellor

The University of Brighton is proud to be an international institution, and I know all of our community has been profoundly shocked and saddened by the terrible situation unfolding in Ukraine. Our hearts and thoughts go out to all those affected.

Let's get the nation talking about student mental health

Supporting you on University Mental Health Day

At the University of Brighton your mental wellbeing is of the upmost importance. This University Mental Health Day, we’re raising awareness of the help and resources available if you need support.

International Women's Day - Break the bias: a panel event

#BreakTheBias: International Women’s Day 2022 event

International Women’s Day seeks to celebrate the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women and accelerate gender parity. This year’s theme #BreakTheBias, encourages us all to imagine a gender equal world, free of bias, stereotypes and discrimination.

The Quran book laying on the second floor

Concerned about exams clashing with a religious festival?

If you’re unable to take an exam on a particular day this Spring / Summer due to observing a religious festival such as Ramadan, it’s important to let us know as soon as possible.

The Studio at Charleston

Charleston Festival offering discounted tickets for the under 30s

The upcoming Charleston Festival (19-29 May) brings together a wide range of well-known writers, actors, artists, musicians, journalists, politicians and fashion designers. Highlights include talks from Brighton’s Green Party MP Caroline Lucas, BBC’s Newsnight presenter Emily Maitlis, British fashion icon Zandra Rhodes, and an exclusive performance with actor Benedict Cumberbatch.

Money Week 2022

Money Week 2022: Sustainable Spending

Our Student Advice Service is here to help you with all money related matters. We know that everyone’s budget is different and we are aware that it is not unusual for students to have concerns about money. This week is ‘Money Week’. Whether you’re applying for hardship funding, need a little help getting through to pay day or just want some savvy budgeting tips, we are here to help!

LGBTQ+ History Month

LGBTQ+ History Month: Student nurse initiates badge pronouns

From February 2022, School of Sport and Health Sciences’ students who have a health and social care placement will have their identifiable pronouns added to their name badges.

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