Brighton

Diversity, inclusion and community by the seaside. It’s easy to see why Brighton is one of the UK’s best and most-loved places to study…

discover Brighton

A charming, multicultural city; Brighton is all about inclusivity. That means a student community where everyone is welcome and a vibrant cultural scene that caters to walks of life.
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we have 2 properties in Brighton

1 Gladstone Place, Brighton, BN2 3DL

Perfectly located for the University of Brighton, the University of Sussex and Brighton Business School, Stoneworks is an easy commute to lectures and everything Brighton's city centre has to offer.

Residence details Fantastic on-site team
Residence details Short walk to the city centre
Residence details Full events programme
Residence details Home to 51 students
106 Lewes Road, Brighton, BN2 3QA

For student accommodation that feels like home, you can’t beat Vogue Studios. Stylish design and great service creates the perfect space in these exclusive studios.

Residence details 70Mb broadband and WiFi
Residence details 24 hour CCTV & security
Residence details 7-minute walk to University of Brighton
Residence details Home to 48 students

explore Brighton

As student-friendly as they come, Brighton’s local amenities and standout attractions offer a lot to see and do. Looking for what to do during your studies? Brighton’s highlights are right here.

With its coastal location and university-led fitness programmes, Brighton has plenty to get your heart beating. Whether it’s team sports at the local leisure centre or a surf session at the beach, Brighton’s got all sorts of activities waiting for you.

Whether you’re after a quick drink or an all-night party, Brighton’s student scene has it all, with plenty of bars, clubs and venues to enjoy. Make the Hare and Hounds your local for quiet drinks, or head to North Laine, with its selection of cafés, comedy clubs, and restaurants.

Brighton has no shortage of stunning monuments and milestones, from the incredible Royal Pavilion to the timeless silhouette of the Palace Pier. A walk around these in the summer is a great way to experience the city.

With all sorts of cultural highlights to check out, Brighton is a dream for those who like to do things differently. Annual events like the Brighton Fringe festival and the legendary Pride celebration are essential. Your schedule will be stocked up year-round with all sorts of concerts, theatre visits and independent films to check out.

Brighton’s city centre is only a few minutes away by bus or bike, while a jaunt on foot takes just under half an hour with lots to see along the way.