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News and information from the International Office at the University of Brighton


Five tips for settling into Brighton as an international student

Attend orientation week Orientation week is an extremely critical week that will help you ease into university. During orientation week, you get to meet your professors, staff members, and classmates. It is essential that you make the most out of this week and get acquainted with your professors since they will assist you later during…

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Opening of the exhibition 'Welcome to the circus!' at La U mutante' in Spain

Photography and textiles graduates create Spanish art academy

Spanish class of 2019 graduates, Ángel Luis Sánchez Flores (MA Photography) and Rosa Brualla (MA Textiles) have created an art academy in Salamanca, Spain. The pair, founded a company called ‘La U mutante’ together which is an interactive project to share experiences around art and design. As well as offering workshops and seminars the academy…

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Graduates 2021: Andrea Hladikova: Digital Music and Sounds Arts MA

Czech student Andrea is a 2021 graduate from our Digital Music and Sound Arts MA. “I love combining different techniques in order to achieve the most accurate expression of my concept. I have always gravitated towards sound and music and when I learned more about this course and its experimental and often multimedia approach I…

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Belong at Brighton international Q+A hosted on 21 and 28 July

Belong at Brighton: International Q+A

We’ve arranged two online Microsoft Teams events where students can come and ask us all their questions about preparing to join us in Brighton this September. Our International Q+A events will take place on 21 July 10:00 – 11:00 BST and 28 July 17:00 – 18:00 BST.   Please note links to the events will not be…

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Brighton the biggest climber in latest Complete University Guide

The University of Brighton has recorded the largest improvement of any UK institution in the 2022 Complete University Guide, published on 8 June, climbing 32 places from last year.  The results from the latest CUG table follow the university’s high achievement in Research England’s Knowledge Exchange Framework (KEF) rankings in March this year. In those, Brighton…

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It’s not too late to start a degree in the UK in September 2021

We want to make it as easy as possible for your students to get their application to us and begin their studies at Brighton.  Students can use our self-apply form to apply directly for their place to start university in September. Those applying from 10 August who have their exam results can call +44 (0)1273 644000 to apply directly…

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Graduates 2021: Giulia Angelucci Fashion Communication with Business Studies

Italian Fashion Communication with Business Studies student writes about her practice as she makes post-graduation plans. I am an interdisciplinary practitioner who approaches work led by curiosity and intuition. I specialise in Creative Direction, Visual Research, and Branding, which are practices that I have been able to develop further within these past three years. I…

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How to find the right PhD supervisor

Before submitting a PhD proposal to a university, it is advisable to find a potential supervisor who has an interest in your project and who can help you to develop your proposal before you submit an application to a university. This article will cover a few examples of how you can find the right supervisor…

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Glyndebourne partnership for PGCE students

The Art and Design PGCE course at the University of Brighton has worked in partnership with the education team at Glyndebourne Opera for several years. In October each year, Glyndebourne invite students and the course team to attend the performance for schools opera, which is part of their tour programme. The performance introduces young people…

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