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University of Brighton / Sussex University

In the Brighton area we are fortunate enough to have good educational establishments including University of Brighton / Sussex University. We are pleased to give you information on our fantastic employers, University of Brighton / Sussex University. If you currently live in Brighton or are thinking of moving here and want to improve your education or learn for fun then these are the kinds of courses you can expect to find at University of Brighton / Sussex University.


University of Brighton / Sussex University types of learning


There are an array of types of courses you can undertake at University of Brighton / Sussex University including Full Time Courses, Part Time Courses, Apprenticeships, Flexible Learning, Higher Education (such as HNC, HND and Foundation Degrees), A and AS Levels, Foundation Programmes (like GCSE, Key Skills and Courses for 14 to 16 year olds), International (courses for international students), BSc (Hons) and BA (Hons) and Foundation Degrees & Professional Courses. So whatever much time you have spare, there should be a type of learning for you.


University of Brighton / Sussex University Typical Courses


There a vast number of full time courses available at University of Brighton / Sussex University such Art Design & Media, Computing & IT, Creative Crafts, Equine, Floristry, Health, Higher Education, International, Music, Science, Travel & Tourism. Part time courses at University of Brighton / Sussex University include Business, Computing, Creative Crafts, Floristry, Music classes and Photography classes. Degree courses may include Business Enterprise, Community Sports Coaching, Fine Art Digital, Graphic Design and Physical Education and Teaching


Typical University of Brighton / Sussex University Facilities


University of Brighton / Sussex University commonly have excellent modern facilities including well-equipped laboratories and lecture rooms, computer suites, recording studios, kitchens, public restaurants, beauty therapy salons, nursery nurses training centre, language suites, workshops, study centres, an all-weather sports pitch and much more!


University of Brighton / Sussex University Jobs


University of Brighton / Sussex University usually have an excellent range of opportunities and are frequently advertising for new workers. BrightonJobSearch are pleased to bring you University of Brighton / Sussex University jobs when they become available. University of Brighton / Sussex University jobs include teaching jobs, administrative jobs and cleaning. For more information please check our Teaching, Training & Education link for all the most up to date University of Brighton / Sussex University jobs.


Careers Advice

We work with experts in and around our local area to provide useful information relating to careers advice - we hope you will find these articles to be helpful


photo shows man in a suit jumping in the air celebrating getting his new job

Dealing with Redundancy - Part 5 - Finding a New Job

Once your redundancy is dealt with and any retraining has been undertaken you will probably need to find a new job. This can seem daunting, particularly if you have not had to look for a new

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Redundancy - Advice for Employers and Businesses

When we hear the word 'redundancy' it is natural to think of the impact that it will have on the person being made redundant with out regard for the difficulties inflicted upon the employer

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Dealing with Redundancy - Part 2 - Financial Advice

Do you know the tax implications of receiving a redundancy package and how to avoid paying unnecessary tax? If you are going to find yourself struggling financially do you know how to lessen

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Dealing with Redundancy - Part 1 - Knowing Your Rights

Do you know what redundancy package you are likely to receive? Do you know what the government stipulated minimum package is? As well as detailing the legal and financial aspects we will

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Dealing with Redundancy - Part 3 - Psychological Impact

Do you feel like you’ve lost your identity and can’t stop feeling negative? It is not only the practicalities of redundancy that need to be addressed. Redundancy can also have a massive

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Top 10 things not to do in a job interview

We've been asking local employers for tips on what to do in an interview – and, of course, what not to do! Here are our top 10 not to do in that all-important job interview.

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Dealing with Redundancy - Part 4 - Retraining and Development

Have you thought about a new career or improving upon the skills you currently have? In this article we will offers tips and advice on increasing your 'employability' through courses and

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10 Steps to Creating Career Opportunities

It's too easy to start looking in the job section of the paper and applying for everything that has an attractive salary, car or any other perks, before falling into this trap, be really

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Remain Positive in Your Job Search

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Keeping things in perspective when things go wrong

Redundancy - finding a job

Making sure your CV stands out from the crowd

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Brighton Employment & Business News

When attending interviews it's always good to be up to date with what's happening in the local business and employment sector - we hope you'll find these selected news articles interesting


The Blind Tiger in Brighton faces closure and job losses

Most Brightonians will be aware of the recent petition around proposals for the closure of local popular music venue The Blind Tiger. Based on Grand Parade in Brighton, the club has been having trouble for the past year or so, since a new neighbour moved in to the flat above and began to make noise complaints. The club was served a notice for noise nuisance from Brighton council; if the neighbour complains again of the noise after 19th May 2014, then the venue will be fined big sums of money. ..read more

Part time Jobs in Brighton

It can seem hard to find a job that fits around your life commitments. We are aware that 9 to 5 from Monday to Friday does not be suitable everyone. In fact, statistics demonstrate that the number of people working more than 45 ..read more

Nursing jobs in Brighton

Nursing and care is one of the largest industries in Brighton with several hospitals and many care homes and care facilities in this area. All of these establishments need staffing but how can you set about searching for the ..read more

What not to do in your Brighton job interview

As well as preparing for what you should do when attending a job interview, whether it's a part time job in Brighton or that perfect next step on the career ladder, it is just as ..read more

Top 4 questions asked at job interviews for Brighton job seekers

1. Describe your strengths It is pretty much a sure fire thing that on most Brighton job interviews you will be asked what you think your areas of strength are (and sometimes what you think your ..read more


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Preparing for Interviews

Erica Sosna of The Life Project, Brighton, gives her thoughts on how best to prepare for an interview.

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The Positively Focused Job Hunter

When you face the daunting task of searching for a new job, how do you remain calm and motivated when slogging through application after application? Katalin Swann offers some helpful hints

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