Student News and Events

News and events for University of Brighton students

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National Hate Crime Awareness Week

14 – 21 October marks National Hate Crime Awareness Week, a week dedicated to raising awareness of hate crimes and encouraging reporting. What is a hate crime and a hate incident? A hate crime is any criminal offence which is perceived by the victim or any other person, to be motivated by hostility or prejudice…

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Your ultimate guide to eco-friendly recycling in Brighton and Hove

New to living in shared houses or flats? Want to make a positive impact on the environment in Brighton and Hove? Recycling is a simple yet effective way to reduce your carbon footprint and contribute to a cleaner, greener city. However, sorting your rubbish correctly and avoiding contamination of recycling bins can be a bit tricky. In this guide, we’ll walk you through the best way to recycle and sort your waste according to the Brighton and Hove City Council (B&HCC) guidelines while keeping contamination at bay.

World Mental Health Day

University can be a big transition, whether you’re new to Brighton or a returning student. We hope you’re having a great time, but it’s not uncommon to feel a bit stressed or overwhelmed. This World Mental Health Day on 10 October, we want to take the opportunity to highlight the resources and services here to support your…

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What could you do with an extra £1000? 10 Brighter Futures Grants to be won.

Fancy winning £1000? We’ve got 10 lots up for grabs!

Exclusively for University of Brighton students, the Brighter Futures Grants have been created to support our students through their university experience. There are 10 grants each with a value of £1000. You could use the funds towards accommodation or bills to help with the cost of living, or you could spend it on a new laptop or tablet.

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Join us in celebrating Black History

Black History Month serves as a special opportunity to amplify the voices of minority ethnic communities. Join us in this collective effort to build a brighter future by drawing wisdom from the past.

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#NeverOk – How to use the Disclosure Tool

We are delighted to have you as part of our university community and there is nothing more important than everyone in our community feeling safe, respected and accepted. You deserve to feel that way at all times, and we’re committed to continuing to make sure this happens. Our #NeverOK pledge represents our work to uphold…

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No one should experience spiking

Guidance on night-time safety, spiking and how to get support

Freshers is an exciting time and Brighton is generally a fun and safe place to be, but being aware on a night out is really important. Brighton Students’ Union Brighton Student’s Union (BSU) are dedicated to the safety and welfare of students and have onsite presence at every Freshers event. BSU also only work with…

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Beryl offers exclusive 25% student discount for bike share hire

Beryl, the leading bike and scooter sharing scheme operating in towns and cities across the UK, is delighted to announce an exciting new partnership with the University of Brighton. Starting today and running until July 2024, Beryl is offering University of Brighton students an exclusive 25% discount on all Minute Bundles and Riding Passes.

Santander £100k prize draw - 200 lots of £500 to be won

Santander Universities biggest prize draw of the year

Santander Universities have announced the return of their £100k prize draw. They’ll be giving away 200 lots of £500 to university students across the UK.

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Car parking and permit arrangements for 2023/24

You can apply for an E-Permit using the application process. Please note that permits are limited and will continue be allocated on the basis of our parking criteria

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