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See for yourself at an open day

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Choose your adventure. Feed your curiosity.

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How can we improve the lives of Brighton and Hove’s young men?

Researchers at the University of Brighton are involved in a new project to improve experiences and outcomes for vulnerable young men in Brighton and Hove.

Professor Dame Lesley Fallowfield, Dr Caroline Garratt , Liz Hurley and Dr Mel Flint

Elizabeth Hurley joins Brighton cancer research

Elizabeth Hurley visited Brighton research facilities as she explored the benefits of yoga, exercise and mindfulness on patients being treated for breast cancer.

TEF Silver Award

Teaching excellence

The quality of teaching experienced by students at the university has been judged to consistently exceed the rigorous national requirements for Higher Education in the UK.

Inaugural lecture Dawn Scott

Human-Carnivore Conflict and Coexistence

Dawn Scott, Professor of Mammal Ecology and Conservation at the University of Brighton, presents her inaugural lecture 'Human-Carnivore Conflict and Coexistence' at the Sallis-Benney Theatre, 7 November 2018.