Student News and Events

News and events for University of Brighton students

LGBTQ+ HM2023

Join the celebration of LGBTQ+ history month

Join the celebration of LGBTQ+ history month by taking part in our in person and virtual events.

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Lewes Speakers Festival 20-22 January 2023

The Lewes Speakers Festival has brought together a number of authors to talk about their latest literature. This is a great chance to hear from authors with notable political, media and journalist backgrounds.

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Things to do in Brighton over the festive period – 2022

If you are in Brighton or Eastbourne over the festive period, check out some of the fun events happening around the city and at the university, put together by our residential wellbeing team.

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Wellbeing Week 2022: Wednesday – Learn

Day 3 of wellbeing week is about continual learning! When’s the last time you stepped slightly outside of your comfort zone and engaged in something different? Continuing to learn new things, whether intellectual or physical, is important for maintaining mental health aspects of well-being such as self-confidence, having a sense of purpose, and connecting with others.

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!

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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.

Mental Health Awareness Week 9-15 May

Mental Health Awareness Week: Get together and take part

This Mental Health Awareness Week (9 to 13 May) we’ll be running a series of events to bring students and staff together to tackle this year’s theme – loneliness. Check out the schedule of free events that will be taking place across all four campuses.

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Lewes Speakers Festival: Discount tickets for UoB students

Lewes Speakers Festival is offering University of Brighton students and staff half price tickets to their talks on 10, 11 and 12 June 2022. Plus, students can get a free full or half day pass in return for volunteering at the Festival.

International Women's Day - Break the bias: a panel event

Join us in celebrating International Women’s Day 2022

Sign up to our International Women’s Day events now, where we will be celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women to accelerate gender parity.

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