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There's still time to book on to our Architecture and Urban Planning open day on Monday 12 December and open the door to these exciting professions

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Architecture and urban planning open day

Book on to our Architecture and Urban Planning open day on 12 December and open the door onto these exciting professions

Architecture and urban planning open day

While 75% of universities are missing their targets we are bucking the trend and exceeding them!

We are proud to announce that we have come 2nd this year for our green and sustainable initiatives in the People and Planet awards!! There is still plenty to work on, but we're very much on the right track!

Universities struggle to meet green goals

Check out the updated development plans for our Moulsecoomb campus!

The scheme includes more than 370 new homes, over 1,300 managed student bedrooms, a 50,000 sq ft hub for start-up businesses and entrepreneurs and a new home for the university’s Brighton Business School and new teaching and learning facilities.

Find out more here: [ Brighton.ac.uk Link ]
The Cockcroft building is winning all round this year! The three-year refurbishment of the university’s Cockcroft Building in Lewes Road, Brighton has been recognised in the Green Gown Awards 2016!

Read more here: [ Brighton.ac.uk Link ]
We are deeply saddened by the recent news of Professor David Arnold's passing. Professor Arnold worked at the university of over 15 years and in that time touched the lives of thousands of students.
Our thoughts and are with his friends and family during this difficult time.

Professor David Arnold (1951-2016)

Registration is now open for our open day! Don’t forget to tag us on Instagram in your pics #uniofbrighton and follow our live story on Snapchat – see you there!
Are you attending our Moulsecoomb #openday tomorrow? Share your experience #uniofbrighton or follow on #snapchat and use our custom filter!
Mark Perryman is a Research Fellow in Sport and Leisure Culture here at Brighton. Here he discusses the #Poppy, #football and #Britain ahead of the football match tonight..

A poppy for our thoughts? On footballers' symbols and politics

Have you seen our 2017 prospectus yet? Check out this short film looking inside and giving you some insight into how we designed it! It was all created in house by our own design team.

You can order one here: [ Brighton.ac.uk Link ]
The new John Lewis advert has arrived... This means the count down to the Holiday Season has started, but what do you think of the advert this year? #BusterTheBoxer

John Lewis Christmas Advert 2016 - #BusterTheBoxer

Watch the new John Lewis Christmas TV advert 2016 with #BusterTheBoxer Click here to continue the story: http://bit.ly/2eCBC2R This is the story of a little ...

Great article by recent graduate Annabel Waterhouse-Biggins - seems it's a lot harder to dress vegan than you'd think!

I Wore Vegan Clothes For A Week, Here's What Happened

Welcome to our Grand Parade open day today! Subjects on display and showing off their work include: digital film, fashion and dress history, globalisation, history of art and design, philosophy, photography, politics, visual culture.

If you're about come on down and check us out, otherwise we're on both Snapchat AND Instagram all day!
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We're getting very excited about hosting the British Science festival next year.... to give you a sneak peak into what is coming, check out the highlights film from last year at Swansea University!

British Science Festival 2016 highlights film

Highlights from the British Science Festival 2016 hosted by Swansea University. We saw 120 thought-provoking, inspiring and engaging events, activities, talk...

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Careers Fair 2016

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Dr Lucy Noakes is a social and cultural historian at Brighton and thinks it's not entirely accurate to depict the poppy as apolitical.....

Is the poppy a political symbol? - BBC News