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Double award for University of Brighton lecturer

Media lecturer Dr Dann has won two awards at the leading industry showcase for podcast, radio and audiobook production. Lance won the Gold Award for Best Entertainment Producer, and a Silver for Best Comedy Producer at the 2021 Audio Production Awards, beating off competition from producers at BBC Radio 1 and Radio 4 among others. He…

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Writing a postgraduate application

Postgraduate study can help you to achieve your professional goals faster by equipping you with in-depth subject knowledge and providing a space for critical thinking and discussion to take place.

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Brighton Works Week

Our second annual Brighton Works Week saw over 1000 students from across the university come together for informative sessions to help with their career development plans. Sessions were delivered by our dedicated Careers and Employability team as well as companies including American Express and United Us. Sessions this year included: How to find a job…

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Alumna turns scholarship opportunity into a career

Nadja Jepsen came to study for her Education MA at the University of Brighton after a scholarship opportunity enabled her to travel to England. I received my MA Education from Brighton as an international student from the US. I won a scholarship which made Brighton a cheaper option than studying back in California. The scholarship…

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Mahmud Abbas appointed CEO of Selangor State Development Corporation

Malaysian alumnus Mahmud Abbas graduated in 1982 from our Building BSc before going on to study Management at London Business School. Formed in 1964, the Selangor State Development Corporation (PKNS) is a corporate body and agency responsible for the development of the state of Selangor in Malaysia. The corporation’s development projects include building housing, shops…

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Brighton graduate wins two awards for work on Wild West women’s fashion

American student Olivia Terry has won two major awards for essays based on her recent graduate dissertation on the Fashion and Dress History degree at the university.

Masters courses starting January and February 2022 - £1000 and £2500 scholarships available

Scholarships for international students starting postgraduate studies in January and February

We’re offering scholarships for new full-time international students beginning their postgraduate studies in January or February 2022. To apply for a scholarship, you need to hold an offer to study with us and submit your application by Friday 5 November. Scholarships will be awarded in £1000 and £2500 grants.  Courses with start dates in January and February include our Leadership MBA, International Management,…

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Preparing for your career

As a Brighton student we’ll help you to get as much as you can out of your time with, so that you can go on to find – or to create – work that excites and rewards you. Our careers team are there to offer advice throughout your time at Brighton and after you graduate…

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Black History Month Events

This month, and every month, we celebrate Black history and Black activism. Please join us for a series of talks.  We’re an anti-racist university, and we’ll continue working with you and for you in tackling racial inequality. By standing together as one community, we can create lasting change. As part of our commitment, we’ve put together a…

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Brighton University to lead British Council project on innovation and youth entrepreneurship in Africa

University of Brighton will partner with experts from the African continent to foster sustainable tourism entrepreneurship across Sub-Saharan Africa. Professor Marina Novelli will head an international team of academics and industry experts working on a project supported by the British Council’s Innovation for African Universities (IAU) Programme. The project aims to provide opportunities particularly for young…

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