Student News and Events

News and events for University of Brighton students

Time management tips

Create good study habits 1. Study at the same time each day so that it becomes a habit. 2. Plan for weekly reviews. 3. Set aside blocks of study time (about 45 minutes each). 4. Keep your study area just for studying and get rid of distractions. 5. Write down assignments in every class including…

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Meeting new uni friends

Keep your door open when you first arrive and unpack, this way people can see you exist. It’s a guaranteed way to meet people. You might also like to put up a big sign with your name/course on your room door. As soon as you know one person, go round knocking on everyone’s door in…

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Fresher’s survival tips

How to survive the first term… Take it easy – Fresher’s is the time to get out there and have fun. However try not to be the person forever remembered as the guy who slept in a bin or the girl covered in puke. Have fun, look after each other. Be open-minded – even if…

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Changes to the studentcentral homepage

The university has launched a new homepage for studentcentral to give you access to the important information you need. Last year students told the university that there were a number of features that studentcentral and other systems needed to provide, to help access information quickly and easily. These included: email, timetables, the online library and…

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Brighton Students’ Union Presents: Freshtival 2015

Freshtival 2015 is a 2 week programme of events presented by Brighton Students’ Union. A variety of events will be taking place throughout the fortnight across each of the University of Brighton campuses. Each campus has an exclusive Freshtival programme with crossover events occurring in Brighton for the gala events. 2014’s Freshtival programme was a…

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Catching up with Ben

Ben studied Law with Business in the Business School, he graduated in 2013 with a First Class degree. He got in touch to tell us about what he’s doing now. “I started my degree in 2010 at the Moulsecoomb campus and was already living in Brighton so I didn’t have to worry about a big…

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Mentoring celebration

On 14 May, students celebrated their hard work on the Momentum scheme, a programme designed to help BME, disabled students and those lacking in confidence, build skills and confidence for future employment. Robert is in his first year studying social sciences at the Falmer campus. Before signing up for mentoring, he had a fear of talking in public…

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Meet some of the Grad Show exhibitors

  We take a sneak preview at some of the work on display as part of the Grad Show Emily Bowers-Clark’s collection ‘Static Fluidity’, follows her internship with luxury fashion label Le Photographe where she now hopes to find full-time employment. Emily, from Kingston, South West London, describer her Fashion with Business course as “really enjoyable”, adding that it,…

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Grad Show 2015

More than 12,000 visitors are expected to attend one of the South East’s largest exhibitions of architecture, fine art, design and film. The University of Brighton’s annual Graduate Show is a free-to-attend exhibition that lets visitors search out stars of the future who hope to follow in the footsteps of alumni such as fashion designer…

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Student Awards and Scholarships

Last year the University of Brighton awarded prizes worth just under £200,000 to students Yes, that’s right.  Thanks to donations from local businesses, our Alumni Association and friends of the university, 200 students won awards ranging from £50 to £1000 for their achievements. Available awards: Up to 50 x £1000 scholarships each academic year Awards…

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