Brighton, England Brighton, England
Courses  Undergraduate, Master, PhD 

Student life

University of Brighton Students' Union: Careers service, counseling service, student advice service, and disability service

Mosques in the area: Brighton Mosque & Muslim Community Centre, and  Al Madina Mosque

About  The University of Brighton

The University of Brighton is a public university based on five campuses in Brighton, Eastbourne and Hastings on the south coast of England. The university focuses on professional education, with the majority of degrees awarded also recognised by professional organisations or leading to professional qualification. All degrees offer you ways to tailor your learning through option modules, placements, volunteering projects and even through the ways you will be assessed. The courses are developed in response to emerging and established career paths and professions. You will apply what you learn in class to real-life challenges, so you develop the knowledge and skills to make a difference in the world when you leave.

This university has five campuses. The Falmer campus, composed of The School of Humanities (literature, language and linguistics), School of Health Sciences, School of Applied Social Science, Centre for Nursing and Midwifery Research, International Health Development and Research Centre, Social Science Policy and Research Centre, School of Education, Education Research Centre, the Centre for Learning and Teaching and the Brighton and Sussex Medical School.

Grand Parade campus, composed of College of Arts and Humanities, the University of Brighton gallery and Sallis Benney Theatre.

The Moulsecoomb campus, composed of Brighton Business School, School of Architecture and Design, School of Computing, Engineering and Mathematics, School of Environment and Technology and School of Pharmacy and Biomolecular Sciences.

The Eastbourne campus, composed of The School of Sport and Service Management and the School of Health Sciences.

The Hastings campus, composed of Applied Social Science, Broadcast Media, Business and Management, Community History, Computing, Education, English Literature, Environmental Biology, Human Biology, Mathematics, Media Studies and Sociology.

Studying in these campuses is more than a degree. They will support you to try things like volunteering, sport and entrepreneurship so that you will broaden your skills and find out what you what you like to do. You will learn new skills, meet interesting people and it looks great on your CV.

As an international student, you will join a UK university and a global community. Choose to be a part of a UK university that gives you relevant academic knowledge and the opportunity to use that knowledge and gain real-world work experience.

Gaining an internationally recognised degree from the University of Brighton will prepare you for a successful career anywhere in the world. You will study and live in beautiful locations and have great experiences along the way.