Student News and Events

News and events for University of Brighton students

Graduate Futures 2021

Jobs and career planning for our 2021 graduates

Join us for sessions from 28 June packed with webinars, key resources and one-to-one support from our Careers Development Advisers and employers.

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The Stonewall uprising – how to celebrate Pride

Find out how LGBT+ Pride originated and how you can celebrate locally in Brighton, Eastbourne and beyond.

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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.

Belong at Brighton: University of Brighton

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.

Mental Health Awareness Week 2021

Your tips for managing stress at exam time #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek

As part of Mental Health Awareness Week, we’ve put together a list of some of your top tips and advice. Remember, everyone manages stress differently. If you feel you need help talking about stress or wellbeing you can always contact your SSGT.

Mental Health Awareness Week 2021

Mental Health Awareness Week – connecting to nature, locally

Here’s some top tips to connect with nature for the Mental Health Awareness Week (10 – 16 May) and beyond from Amy Stallard, a Wellbeing Practitioner from the Student Wellbeing Team.

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