Student News and Events

News and events for University of Brighton students

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Government update and the return to campus

A message from Debra Humphris, Vice-Chancellor emailed 5 January 2021 to all students.
Further to my recent email, I wanted to share more details in response to the Government’s welcome news that we can start planning for the return of more of our students in the coming weeks and months.

Safety Net Quick Guide

Your safety net for examination and assessment

Our quick guide simplifies the range of measures available to reflect your academic performance

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New building opening times – all campuses

Building opening times at all four university campuses will change from Monday 18 January. New building opening hours will be 8.00am – 6.30pm, Monday – Friday.

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An update on study space and libraries

We know how important it has been throughout the pandemic to make study spaces available on campus for those students who do not have an appropriate study space at home and need a space for individual study. You can now book spaces in the following locations: Edward Street Cockcroft Building Level One Watts Building Level…

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COVID19 tests at the University of Brighton

Return to campus and COVID-19 testing (as at 31 December)

You will by now have seen the latest announcements from the Government, in light of the rapidly changing public health situation. As a result, the Minister of State for Universities, Michelle Donelan, has written to universities to ask us to take further measures to help reduce the transmission of the virus and to help safeguard the NHS.

COVID19 tests at the University of Brighton

Covid-19 testing – changes to guidance

A message from Professor Debra Humphris, Vice-Chancellor emailed 21 December 2020 to all students

COVID19 tests at the University of Brighton

Return to campus 2021: Book COVID-19 testing

Book your asymptomatic test for Covid-19 (i.e. for students showing no symptoms) as part of your safe return to campus in 2021

Help keep everyone safe and well

Return to campus and COVID-19 testing

A message from Professor Debra Humphris, Vice-Chancellor shareing more details about the start of term in January and Covid-19 testing, travel and returning to campus.

COVID19 tests at the University of Brighton

COVID-19 testing for students – booking now open

How the University will implement the Government’s asymptomatic testing programme (i.e. for people showing no symptoms of Covid-19, also known as Lateral Flow Testing).

A female student wearing a face mask

COVID-19 update on teaching, testing and travel

A message from Debra Humphris, Vice-Chancellor sent by email 19 November 2020

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