Why Study in University of Brighton
Professionally Accredited Courses
We have over 500 undergraduate and postgraduate courses, many of which are accredited by professional bodies.
Brighton is less than an hour to central London and only 30 minutes away from Gatwick International airport.
High Employbility Rate
92 per cent of our full-time, first degree graduates are working, studying or training within six months of completing their course.
The University of Brighton is ranked in the top 25% of UK universities for world-leading research impact.
About University of Brighton
The University of Brighton is one of the most popular universities in the UK. It is a diverse academic community of over 20,000 students in outstanding locations on the south coast of England. Today we have over 2,900 international and EU students enrolled at the university. The rich mixture of nationalities and cultural backgrounds this represents makes the University of Brighton a truly international community.
The University of Brighton takes its name from one of the most diverse, energetic and popular cities in the UK. The university is spread across the city from the seafront to the South Downs and also has campuses along the coast in lively Eastbourne and in Hastings.
At Brighton we take a career-focused approach to learning. We have over 500 undergraduate and postgraduate courses, almost all of which include work-placements and many are recognised and accredited by professional bodies, so that you are ready for your career after university.
- We offer a wide range of scholarships for international students
- In the 2015 National Student Survey, 83 per cent of our students said they were satisfied with their course.
- 92 per cent of our full-time, first degree graduates are working, studying or training within six months of completing their course (Destination of Leavers from Higher Education 2013/14)
- The University of Brighton is ranked in the top 25% of UK universities for world-leading research impact (Research Excellence Framework 2014)
Top Honours for Students
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TV's Nicholas Owen opens university news rooms
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Waste House receives special award
The University of Brighton received national recognition in the UK’s top architecture awards for its Waste House, Europe’s first permanent ...
Worldwide award scheme launched
The scheme, the first of its kind, has been created in memory of Professor Sir David Watson, former Vice-Chancellor of ...
National appointment for University of Brighton
The University of Brighton has been chosen to forge partnerships between industry and researchers to keep the UK at the ...