John Wheatley College
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Located in Brighton, a small city by the sea on the south coast with a diverse student community from all over the world, Brighton is home to two top universities. It also has a thriving cultural scene with a range of theatres, museums, galleries and leisure facilities. Brighton is known for its famous pebble beach and pier where you can relax and enjoy traditional fish and chips. Located to the north is the South Down’s National Park, 1,600km2 of tranquil landscapes and breathtaking views.
The campus is located just a few minutes from Brighton’s mainline train station. Easy to reach, Brighton is located 30 minutes away from London Gatwick Airport and London is under an hour away.
Moving to another country to study is one of the biggest decisions you will make so it is understandable for students to feel a mixture of nerves and excitement. Bellerbys College recognises the importance of feeling safe, comfortable and happy when you are away from home and we take great care to ensure all of our accommodation options provide this.
We offer four high quality and comfortable accommodation options in Brighton:
Brighton Residence (13 years +)
The Brighton Residence offers modern, purpose-built student accommodation located on the Brighton campus, in the heart of the city and just two minutes’ walk from the railway station. The Brighton Residence includes:
Paris House (18 years+)
Located just 10 minutes by bus from our Brighton campus, Paris House is close to shops, cafes and a short walk from all the attractions of Brighton city centre. Brighton Paris House residence includes:
We have different kinds of Homestay, each offering a different experience of culture, religion and lifestyle but all providing a warm and friendly welcome to international students.
The College Welfare and Safeguarding Team carefully choose all our homestay accommodation to ensure it is safe and friendly and carry out regular checks to ensure the students’ needs are being met. Some of the great benefits to a homestay include:
Extra measures are put in place to safeguard students in homestay who are under the age of 16. Local Social Services teams will visit students in their accommodation to ensure that their needs are being met and that their environment is as safe, secure and nurturing as it should be.
Note: British Law does not allow discrimination between ethnicity, origin, religion, sexuality or disability.