Student News and Events

News and events for University of Brighton students

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Join our Disability History Month speakers this November

As part of this year’s UK Disability History Month (UKDHM), which takes place from Wednesday 16 November to Friday 16 December 2022 with a theme of Disability, Health and Wellbeing, the University has organised a series of online events for staff and students.

Wellbeing Week 2022

Wellbeing Week 2022 events schedule

Wellbeing week events are a great opportunity to step outside of your comfort zone and meet new people. Add the events to your calendar now, so you don’t miss out!

Train to teach roadshows 2022

Considered using your degree to teach? Visit our Train to Teach roadshows

Have you ever considered using your degree to teach?  Come and meet us at one of our Train to Teach roadshows at Moulsecoomb, City and Eastbourne campuses.

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Join this year’s biggest Halloween party in Brighton

Brighton Students’ Union have brought back from the dead their biggest, most scariest event this year: their legendary Halloween party on Brighton Pier on Monday 31 October.

UOK? WORKSHOPS 2022

Get tips and help for life’s pressures: Sign up for the ‘UOK?’ workshops now

Are you a foundation or first year student? Our Wellbeing Champions want to support your mental health and wellbeing this semester!

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Free lecture: ‘MP on the frontline’ with Dr Rosena Allin-Khan, 20 October 2022

MP on the frontline: Shadow Minister for Mental Health and A&E doctor Rosena Allin-Khan MP discusses her journey into the challenging worlds of emergency medicine and Westminster, and working on the frontline during a global pandemic.

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World Menopause Month: why menopause matters

Open to both staff and students, the university has organised the following online events during October, which aim to offer a safe and supportive environment for anyone experiencing the menopause or perimenopause to share their experiences, and for allies to find out more.

Black History Month 2022 events
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Getting ready for Black History Month 2022

At the University of Brighton, recognising and celebrating Black history is a year-round commitment. In October, however, Black History Month provides an extra boost for minority ethnic voices and the chance to question the status quo.

Women in Leadership Series, 29 June 2022

Join the School of Business and Law for an afternoon of challenging gender stereotypes, pushing boundaries and promoting gender equality. 29 June, 3 to 6pm in room 103/104 at Elm House, Moulsecoomb campus. This free event is open to staff, students and the wider School of Business and Law network. Places are limited so don’t miss out, book today!

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Footprint+ Property Employer Networking Event for a Zero Carbon Future

Footprint+ would like to invite University of Brighton students to the ‘Careers Afternoon’ of this inspiring event. This offer is open to all subjects but is especially relevant to the Schools of Architecture, Technology and Engineering, and School of Business and Law.

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