International Office Blog

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

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My experience as a Polish student at the University of Brighton

My name is Wiktoria and I was born and raised in Wroclaw, Poland.

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Why I chose International Business Management

Yousra is an international student from Spain studying International Business Management BSc(Hons), find out why she chose her course.

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Join one of our English courses for international students this summer

For over 25 years hundreds of international students have joined us for Summer Pre-sessional English courses before starting their degrees. 

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Why I chose the University of Brighton

Meriem came to study Psychology at Brighton after growing up and studying in Tunisia. Find out why she chose the University of Brighton.

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My path to the University of Brighton was an eventful one

Undine, a second year Architecture student from Latvia shares how she came to choose the University of Brighton.

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International Scholarships for students starting in September 2022

Find out how you can apply for our international scholarship fund!

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Congratulations to our students: in-person graduation returns

More than 3,500 students and their friends and families have attended the Brighton Centre in the last month as we celebrated a return to in-person graduation ceremonies.  Graduating students posed for photos on deckchairs and a replica Brighton beach inside the venue – while others headed to the seafront for the traditional ‘mortarboard toss’ with…

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Shi Pin

Shi Pin: how the Careers and Employability team helped me find a part-time job

I am a third year Podiatry BSc(Hons) student from Malaysia.  People always say that a good CV is important for future job applications and one of the most important components in a CV is work experience. During the first year of my Podiatry degree, I started thinking about getting a part-time job to earn some…

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Professor Marie Harder at the Magnolia awards speech

Meet the Brighton professor leading Shanghai’s fight against food waste

University of Brighton’s Professor Marie Harder has received the city of Shanghai’s Magnolia Gold Award for her contributions to life in the Chinese metropolis.

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Brighton business students impress judges in ‘The Tiger’s Pen’

University of Brighton’s business students have served up a host of new business pitches to leading local business experts at an event dubbed The Tiger’s Pen. The brainchild of Sonny Cutting, Founder and Event Director of the Sussex Business Show (part of Network Express), this local take on TV’s The Dragons’ Den is designed to…

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