Student News and Events

News and events for University of Brighton students

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Fundraising Concert for the Sussex Cancer Fund – 20 March 2024

The School of Applied Sciences are organising their annual fundraising concert for the Sussex Cancer Fund. It will take place on Wed 20 March 6-8pm at St Andrew’s Church, Hillside, Moulsecoomb, Brighton. There will be a selection of choral pieces followed by some contemporary favourites performed by students and staff of the University of Brighton….

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Observing Ramadan 2024

Many Muslim students will be fasting during the month of Ramadan, which falls this year between Sunday 10 March and Tuesday 9 April. We’re committed to supporting students who will be observing this holy month. Religious observance during assessments For the academic year 2023/24 Ramadan will coincide with the University Spring holiday period and is…

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Travel Survey 2024

How do you get to university? Take our travel survey

The survey will take 2-4 minutes to complete and we’re offering a prize draw with the chance of winning one of five £50 e-gift cards, to all participants who provide an email address.

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University Mental Health Day – free wellbeing events 11-15 March

To mark University Mental Health Day on 14 March, we have a range of fun events and activities coming up next week, designed to boost your wellbeing in a variety of ways! Your mental health and wellbeing is always our priority, all year around our expert teams are here for you – whatever the situation. We…

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Money Week 4-8 March

We’re supporting National Student Money Week, which runs from Monday 4 to Friday 8 March. The focus of this year’s campaign is on helping you to reduce risks from things like scamming and unmanageable debt, and enjoying more rewards through budgeting and careful spending. We recognise that many of you are facing pressures with the…

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Join us in celebrating International Women’s Day 2024

We are looking forward to celebrating International Women’s Day on Friday 8 March by hosting a series of events which recognise the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. The aim of this year’s theme is ‘Inspire Inclusion’, one of the University’s most fundamental values. At Brighton, we recognise the importance of celebrating all…

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Warning: My Yearbook emails targeting students

We’ve been made aware of emails being sent to students from my-yearbook.co.uk asking you to sign up to their service in order to be included in their 2023/24 yearbook.

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Spiking: guidance on how to get support

No one should experience this, but if it does happen to you, please know that there is help and support available. We have prepared this guidance as a central point of reference for what to do if it does happen to you or someone you are out with. What to do immediately Drinks can be…

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Use and charging of e-scooters and e-bikes at the university

The University of Brighton does not permit use, storage and now the charging of e-scooters or other power transporters (e-scooters, hoverboards, segways, go-peds and u-wheels) on its campuses and halls

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Student Q&A – how is the university managing advances in artificial intelligence?

Ever wondered how our university is tackling the AI wave? Well, English Literature and Creative Writing student Amy Egan, has written an article on how we as a university  are responding to artificial intelligence, speaking to Dr David Walker, Associate Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Education and students) as well as other students. In recent years, the rapid rise…

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