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Northbrook College Sussex

Worthing, United Kingdom
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About Northbrook College Sussex

In 1986, Northbrook College Sussex was formed when the West Sussex College of Art and Design merged with Chelsea College of Aeronautical Engineering and Worthing College of Technology. The college is a further education and higher education college located in Worthing. The college is now affiliated with University of Brighton.

Northbrook College Sussex offers work-related further education and higher education courses in a variety of subjects, making it the largest provider of Higher Education for the creative and cultural industries in West Sussex. Northbrook College Sussex owns two campuses in Worthing and a campus at Shoreham Airport.

Campus information

Northbrook College Sussex has two campuses in Worthing and a campus at Shoreham Airport. The college's library features more than 40,000 books, periodical collection, and e-resources, while its Learning Resource Centres provides high-specification personal computers, application software, virtual learning environment, and is Internet enabled. The campuses are also equipped with extensive studios and workshops, theatre, recording studios, film studios, a hair & beauty salon, an aircraft hangar and a training restaurant.

The college is situated in the beautiful seaside town, the town provides a range of shops, bars and restaurants. It is close to Brighton and just 75 km from London.

Accommodation

The student houses listed below are located in Worthing within easy reach of Northbrook's campuses. They are owned and managed by private landlords who have signed the Northbrook Student Accommodation Code (except for 98 Broadwater Road which is college-managed). Most of these self-catering houses can accommodate groups of 4 or 5 students and the college-managed house has 12 rooms.

Northbrook reserves the right to withdraw properties from this list if students are not satisfied and this gives the landlords an incentive to maintain standards. The College does not therefore inspect the houses in person nor take responsibility for ensuring standards. However, houses accommodating five or more students are legally required to hold an 'HMO' licence that normally means they have been inspected by the local council.

You will be entering into a contract with your landlord and Northbrook has no contractual or other relationships with private providers. We advise students to view accommodation prior to signing any tenancy agreement. Students should read contracts carefully and, if necessary, take independent legal advice before entering into any agreement.

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Courses available 10

Computer Science and IT 1 Creative Arts & Design 10 Mass Communication & Media 2

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