Student News and Events

News and events for University of Brighton students

Overseas Covid19 vaccine checking service at Brighton Racecourse Jan2023

Overseas vaccine checking at Brighton Racecourse – 19 Jan and 2 Feb

The NHS overseas vaccine checking service will be available at Brighton Racecourse this Thursday 19 January, and again on Thursday 2 February.

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Check out your sexual health status

National STiQ Day is taking place on 14 January and was first launched to get people thinking more about their sexual health and to encourage regular sexual health checks. Taking place on the 14 January this is a reminder of the fact that many STIs take two weeks to become symptomatic – which means that anyone who caught an STI at New Year is likely to start feeling the effects this weekend.

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Health advice for meningococcal disease (meningitis and septicaemia)

Meningitis is an infection of the lining of the brain that can be caused by viruses or bacteria. Please read the following advice to understand the potential harm and the precautions you can take.

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COVID-19 vaccination offer Tuesday 6 December

On Tuesday 6 December, our local Public Health team will bring their mobile vaccination unit to the pedestrian area outside the Cockcroft building on the Moulsecoomb campus between 10:30am and 2:30pm.

Be covid aware - Nov 2021

Overseas COVID-19 vaccination checking service available at Brighton Racecourse

If you had any of your COVID-19 vaccinations outside of England, they will not automatically show on your medical records or in the NHS App.  

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COVID-19 – Healthy habits and vaccination offer 25 October

Our local Public Health team will bring their mobile vaccination unit to the pedestrian area outside the Checkland building on the Falmer campus. The unit will offer first, second and third doses of the Pfizer vaccine as well as autumn booster doses (Pfizer bivalent) for eligible colleagues and students.

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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.

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Moving into employment with a disability – we will support you

If you are a student with a disability or long-term health condition, we can help you consider how you can fulfil your career aspirations, with your disability in mind. The Careers and Employability team is here to support you into employment, be it part-time, internship or graduate roles.

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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.

A Place Like No Other

A message from Professor Ruth Whittaker: Update for students for semester 2

Semester 2 of the current academic year will be delivered through a continuing blended mix of socially distanced campus-based teaching and enhanced digital learning in the same way as Semester 1.

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