Working in partnership with our communities
If you live or work near us, want to visit or sample higher education, hire our facilities, or work with us on a community-focused project, you’re in the right place.
The University of Brighton considers its social and community activity to be a fundamental part of the organisation’s core purpose. This activity feeds curriculum content as well as enriching our relationships with the physical communities we serve.
Whilst we can make a strong economic case for community engagement, many of the things we do live outside the economic sphere, in areas that have immeasurable value such as citizenship, equality, diversity and sustainability.
We offer research, consultancy and volunteers for a wide range of not-for-profit organisations.
We actively work with young people to inform them about their higher education choices.
There are plays, lectures and activities available across all of our five campuses.
Get in touch with our community liaison team, Students' Union or community helpdesk.
Listen out for the Big Bang
A 'Big Bang @ Adur and Worthing' is being planned to inspire young people to consider careers in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths.
Over 150 students seek volunteering opportunities at the University of Brighton volunteering fair
The University of Brighton's award winning Active Student Volunteering Service held its annual matching fair on Wednesday 16 October.