The University of Brighton has been part of the city of Brighton & Hove since 1859, starting as a school of art in the kitchens of the Royal Pavilion and growing to become the diverse and inclusive institution it is today.
We have more than 21,000 students and 2,800 staff studying and working at our five campuses in Brighton, Eastbourne and Hastings. Subjects taught here range from medicine to engineering, psychology to illustration, sport science to English literature.
We believe in making a difference. Our research and enterprise activities tackle global challenges, solve practical problems and seek to improve people’s lives and environments.We recognise that today’s challenges are not limited by the boundaries of traditional disciplines; neither are we. Fresh thinking, interdisciplinary research and collaborative partnerships with industry, institutions and communities enable us to bring expertise from different fields to address society’s most pressing issues to make a tangible impact.
By working closely with business and industry, we make sure that all of our students develop the range of professional and personal skills they need to succeed in their chosen career.
At Brighton we take a career-focused approach to your learning. You will finish your course confident and ready for work, with real, practical and transferable skills as well as theoretical knowledge.
Our courses and the support and opportunities we offer are designed to give you the best possible preparation for life after university. Project work and placements will prepare you for professional life, and career planning provides focus from the start of your course.
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Brighton is one of the UK's most popular places to live and has a huge student population. There is a range of accommodation options available, from on-campus halls of residence to city-centre flats and houses.
We have over 1,600 places in halls in Brighton, 140 places in university-managed Unihomes and a number of rooms in homestays. Around 70% of eligible students get a place in university accommodation in Brighton.
There are 350 places in halls of residence in Eastbourne as well as a number of rooms in Unihomes. Many students choose to live in private rented accommodation and Eastbourne has plenty of good-quality flats and houses to choose from.
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The university is located in a number of places in Brighton, and along the coast in Eastbourne and Hastings too.
Our modern campuses reflect our professional focus.
Facilities enable students to build real-world skills and include internationally significant design archives, a radio station and TV studio, podiatric hospital, physiotherapy clinic, flight simulator, industrial textile looms, rapid prototyping facilities, a real-time trading room, human movement labs, molecular biology facilities, a dispensing pharmacy and two of the most powerful electron microscopes in south-east England
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Together with the ISIC Association and British Council IELTS, Studyportals offers you the chance to receive up to £10000 to expand your horizon and study abroad. We want to ultimately encourage you to study abroad in order to experience and explore new countries, cultures and languages.
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