The University of Brighton is steeped in history and since its humble beginnings 150 years ago, in the kitchens of the Royal Pavilion, a great many institutions have come together to make it one of today’s leading modern universities. We can trace our origins back to the mid-19th century in Brighton and the mid-20th century in Eastbourne.
Our Education research generates knowledge that advances social justice and fosters critical understanding of learning and teaching in diverse cultures and complex worlds.
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.
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Experienced staff in Student Services offer support on a range of issues including:
Brighton and Eastbourne offer many accommodation options, ranging from homestays and private sector properties to university-managed Unihomes.
There are many things to bear in mind when it comes to choosing and living in accommodation, from signing contracts to budgeting. You can find help and advice relating to these matters on this page.
Get vaccinated - mumps and meningitis. Know the symptoms of swine flu. Get registered with a doctor/dentist.
We have three campuses in Brighton and one in Eastbourne.
Improve your fitness, play competitive sports, have fun with your friends or take a coaching qualification.
The students are great. The tutors are good individuals but the resources of the university is lacking and the support unreliable.
Staff are mostly very good and helpful, the infrastructure and organisation of the university is pretty bad though compared to where I did my undergraduate.
University of Brighton is an excellent place to study, and Brighton is a lovely place to live. The staff and module leaders are experienced, engaging and supportive in their teachings, and the University facilities offer great practical application of theory and workshop experience of real-world testing. COVID-19 was a difficult issue, and although I do believe that UoB...
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