University open days
Published 17 September 2012
The doors to multi-million-pound buildings and facilities will be thrown open to show prospective students, parents, friends and carers what is on offer at the University of Brighton.
Open days starting this month (September) will include presentations, opportunities to find out about courses, and tours of campus buildings including the new £23m Huxley Building in Moulsecoomb, Brighton, home to pharmacy and biomolecular sciences, the new £7.6m sports hall at Falmer, sports labs in Eastbourne and a look at a brand new £10m second campus building in Hastings.
Staff and current students will be on hand to discuss courses, student accommodation, university life and financial support including grants, bursaries and scholarships. Carl Griffiths, the university's Education Liaison Officer, said: "These are the best way to explore facilities, to discuss the wide variety of courses we offer, and to see how welcoming and vibrant our campuses are in Brighton, Eastbourne and Hastings."
Eastbourne sports lab
29 September, Eastbourne campus, Hillbrow, home to physical education with QTS, sport and exercise science, sport studies and sport and leisure management, sport coaching, sport journalism and PGCE dance/PE.
6 October, Eastbourne campus, Darley Road, for event management, health professions, midwifery, hospitality, retail, travel, tourism.
13 October, Falmer campus (Brighton), for education, teaching, nursing, paramedic practice, literature, language, linguistics, media, film and screen studies, social sciences, psychology.
20 October, Moulsecoomb campus (Brighton), for accounting, business, economics, finance, law, architecture, computing, mathematics, construction, built environment, engineering, geography, geology, environment, media, life sciences, pharmacy.
24 October, Grand Parade campus (Brighton), for humanities, history of art and design degree programmes: visual culture, history of design, society and culture, history of decorative arts and crafts, museum and heritage studies, fashion and dress history.
7 November, Grand Parade, for graphic design and illustration.
10 November, Hastings campus, for applied social science, business, computing, education, history and joint honours, broadcast journalism, broadcast media, digital post production, radio production, television production.
14 November, Grand Parade, for fine art, performance and visual art (dance), performance and visual art (theatre), music and visual art. Photography.
21 November, Grand Parade, for fashion and textiles, and design and craft.
28 November, Grand Parade, for photography, moving image and sound arts, graphic design and illustration.
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