University of Brighton is a progressive, modern school in one of Britain’s most exciting, lively cities. It is career-focused with excellent facilities and business connections and, at its heart, it is an inventive institution with a creative spirit. The university offers degrees in a variety of subjects and its main campus, Moulsecoomb, is home to programs in applied sciences, architecture, business, law, and engineering. Over the last few years, this inspiring campus has undergone a significant transformation, and now features new residence halls and learning facilities, fitness and student union facilities, numerous green spaces, and an accessible pedestrian bridge that links both sides of campus. 

A big part of the academic culture at University of Brighton is about unlocking each student’s potential by empowering them to do something they really love and succeed at it. Degrees at Brighton are generally quite flexible, and students are often can choose optional modules, work placements and volunteering opportunities that work to their strengths. 


Why University of Brighton?

Campus: Brighton’s community is made up of students and staff from over 150 countries. There are more than 100 societies for students to expand their interests, meet like-minded people, and do something they love.

Facilities: The university has 4 campuses, all with superb facilities, including sports halls, a swimming pool, dance studios, a newsroom, Psychology labs, world-class Design Archives, and more!

Location: Brighton is a student-friendly, artistic, and bustling city with famous beaches and a diverse and inclusive community. It has an abundance of stores, green spaces, restaurants, bars, and entertainment options, and is a short train ride from London. 

Placement Opportunities: An important part of many programs at Brighton is the opportunity for students to gain work or volunteer experience in a professional environment.

Professional Accreditation: The majority of students study programs that are accredited by professional and statutory bodies. Successful completion of a professionally accredited course indicates that the student has reached the occupational standard required to practice that profession.