Student News and Events

News and events for University of Brighton students

Be covid aware - Nov 2021

Update to government guidance and returning to campus

While the easing of restrictions is welcome news, the safety of our students and staff is always our number one priority. It is important that we all continue to remain vigilant and responsible.

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Staying safe in 2022

We’re looking forward to welcoming you back for a new term, and want to remind you of a few important things you need to do, to help keep everyone safe in the new year.

Students: majority wearing masks on campus

Travel and Covid safety advice for the Christmas break

We’ve put together some tips and guidance so you can both stay safe, and save on costs over the Christmas break.

Students: majority wearing masks on campus

Response to Government announcement for COVID-19

After careful consideration the University has taken the decision to introduce additional measures. The wearing of face coverings will be mandatory for students, colleagues and visitors in the following settings.

Face coverings are required in this area

Covid-19 Important information on Omicron variant

In response to the emergence of the Omicron variant of Covid, the government has announced the introduction of additional temporary and precautionary measures in England, and I am writing to update you on what this means for the University.

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Timetables and teaching delivery – 2021/22 academic year

In advance of receiving your personalised timetables, we wanted to let you have more information about what you can expect in your first semester at the University.

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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.

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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.

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.

Help make it a safe return to campus for everyone

Government update – full return to campus

Regrettably, the Government has now informed universities that in accordance with their roadmap those students who have not yet been able to return to face-to-face teaching will not be able to do so until the 17 May at the earliest.

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