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Professor Morgan Heikal

Multi-million pound boost to develop the near zero-emissions engine
published 14 July 2014

The world's first near-zero emissions engine is a step closer with the announcement of a 7.7m government grant towards a new centre of engineering excellence at the University of Brighton.

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Digital Media

CEM students find success in digital marketing sector
published 27 June 2014

Our digital media graduates are forging ahead in the world of digital marketing.

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SILS stairs

Postgraduate online information session - 28 May

We recently gave prospective students the opportunity to ask questions of our course leaders and admissions team.

View the transcript of this recent webinar here...


Open days

CEM Annual Review

The year 2012/2013 was a remarkable year for the School of Computing Engineering and Mathematics.

For a showcase of our progress, successes and expertise please view and download our first ever Annual Review.

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Scholarships

New fee scholarships for postgraduate students

Thanks to our involvement in the Postgraduate Experience Project, the University of Brighton is offering 40 fee scholarships for eligible students starting selected Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) masters courses in 2014-15.

These scholarships are available to students who are British citizens and live or work in a number of specific postcode areas local to the University of Brighton. In return for the scholarships, students will be required to engage in a small number of research activities as part of the Postgraduate Experience Project.

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19 August, 2.50-4.30pm Research Workshop New approaches to spray modelling

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They show how maths can be applied in the real world... they let your intelligence shine in a different way.

Erin Cornick, BSc Mathematics

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