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The School of Environment and Technology offers a comprehensive range of foundation, undergraduate, postgraduate, and MPhil/PhD programmes. Our extensive applied research and consultancy activity ensure these courses are up to date, relevant and serve the needs of both students and employers.

Open days

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Events for applicants run in both the summer term and holiday and in the autumn term. For dates of forthcoming events and for booking advice, please visit our open days section.

University of Brighton helping to tackle Ebola
University of Brighton scientists are helping The World Health Organisation (WHO) fight the Ebola outbreak in West Africa. The university is providing the international organisation with water, sanitation and hygiene advice to help control the spread of the disease. Find out more...

Promoting Geology to Young People
Academic staff and postgraduate students from the School of Environment and Technology hosted an interactive Geology stand as part of the Big Bang Fair South East. The event is a celebration of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) for young people in the region and is organised by STEM Sussex. Find out more...

Brighton academic publishes report on best practice in town planning education
Dr Samer Bagaeen, who is currently on secondment at the Higher Education Academy recently published a report Sharing Good Practice in Planning Education with funding from the Higher Education Academy, The Royal Town Planning Institute, and the Conference of Heads of UK Planning Schools. Find out more...


"My time at the University of Brighton showed me why people say university is the best time of your life.

I am now seconded out to Transport for London through an environmental consultancy. I am working on workplace travel planning with Central London businesses to reduce car use. The best bit about my job is doing something that is making a difference to carbon reduction."

Aimee Clark Geography Bsc(Hons)

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