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University of Brighton
This page provides links to other departments and services at the University of Brighton that might be of interest to you. If you do not find what you are looking for, please contact the Cupp Helpdesk for further support.
University of Brighton - main page
All information about the University of Brighton with links to schools, faculties and departments.
Social and Economic Engagement
Detailed information on the university's three strands of social engagement: community engagement, widening participation, employer engagement
Information about the work of the widening participation outreach team at the University of Brighton.
ProfitNet works through structured learning, informal networking, communication and knowledge sharing with peers and experts and aims to help you understand your business in real depth and apply your learning through this practical approach. www.brighton.ac.uk/profitnet
Knowledge Transfer Partnership
Site of the University's Knowledge Transfer Partnerships (KTP) which are partnerships between a company, university and a graduate. The company benefits from a highly qualified graduate working as part of the company for two years, to bring a strategic change to the business. They are supported by a team of experts – professors, senior lecturers and researchers, who bring technical expertise, research and innovation to the company.
Cupp works very closely together with @ctive student, the university's student volunteering programme, in developing student community engagement at the University of Brighton.
Complete list of research centres at the University
Social Science Policy and Research Centre (SSPARC)
SSPARC web pages including information on staff research interests, details of research projects and the regular SSPARC newsletter.
Education Research Centre (ERC)
The Education Research Centre pages include information on the Education Policy and Evaluation Unit, research interests and key members of the Faculty.
Coastal Regeneration Research Centre, Hastings
Current university research projects based at University Centre Hastings examine key issues facing Hastings and Bexhill such as changing aspirations towards education, migration into Hastings, the role of the cultural and creative industries and sustainability in the urban regeneration process.
The conference team is responsible for letting the university's facilities during evenings, weekends and vacation periods when they are not being used by our students.
Events, public lectures etc.
Find out more about upcoming events, workshops and open days.