From small beginnings in 1850s Brighton, the University of Brighton has grown to a complex and diverse institution based in two locations across the south coast of England.
The University of Brighton is based on the south coast of England, with three campuses in Brighton and one in Eastbourne.
The university offers undergraduate degrees in a widespread of subjects from architecture to midwifery to sports science. The emphasis is on putting learning into practice. A large proportion is professional and practice-based, accredited by external organisations. All courses offer work-related learning. Over 94% of Brighton graduates are working, training, or pursuing further study within six months of graduation (2016-17 DLHE).
During their time at the University of Brighton, students benefit from opportunities to develop additional experience and skills by joining the university’s professional and entrepreneurial networks, and through live project work and undertaking volunteering.
The university was awarded Silver in the Teaching Excellence Framework 2017.
University of Brighton is a quick commute from Brighton city centre which is home to the famous seafront and pier, as well as a plethora of restaurants and bars.