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Study Areas & Degree Lavels
|Art & Humanities|
|Business Social Science|
|Language & Cultural|
|Medicine and Health|
|Science and Technology|
About Brighton University
Established in 1859 as the School of Art, University of Brighton has been part of the city of Brighton & Hove. In the late 1970s, it became Brighton Polytechnic and then it received the ‘university’ title in 1992.
University of Brighton is made up of 5 campuses in Brighton, Eastbourne, and Hastings. Brighton is home to three of the campuses named Grand Parade, for arts and humanities students, Moulsecoomb, for mathematics, life sciences and geography students, as well as Falmer for trainee nurses, teachers, social scientists and linguists.
Offering professional education and practice-based courses is the major focus of attention in University of Brighton, meaning students are able to gain work-related experience through course projects, thereby facing with a variety of job opportunities. 92.6% of University of Brighton graduates are in work or further study six months after graduating.
The university gets credit for its Arts, Fashion, Sport Sciences, Architecture, Engineering, Health Sciences, and Tourism courses.
University of Brighton holds the TEF certificate. TEF Silver is awarded to institutions that deliver high-quality teaching, learning and outcomes for their students, and consistently exceed “rigorous national quality requirements” for higher education in the UK.
Brighton University-Student services and facilities
Libraries and Information Services
• A fully comprehensive library service including numerous study spaces with extended opening hours and a 24-hour online library with a large number of e-books, e-journals, and databases is provided in each campus. In addition, free Wi-Fi is also available throughout the campus
Brighton University-Student Jobs
• The university has provided a Vacancies Service which is an online job database that announces part-time jobs to students when one is available.
• Students can also get help to find suitable jobs and receive career advice from the careers centres at each campus.
• The university’s Career Development Advisors give advice to students to improve their CVs, fill a strong job application, and prepare them for interviews.
• As mentioned earlier, the university’s priority is work-focused approach to learning. By doing voluntary work and placements as well as course projects, students gain experience to be able to have a good performance in the real world of work.
Brighton university-Health Services
• University of Brighton owns medical centres in Eastbourne and Moulsecoomb campuses, enabling students to have a full access to sorts of healthcare and well-being services to help with their life on campus during their course.
Brighton University- Counselling and Mental Health Support
• In order for supporting students’ issues with anxiety, exam stress, and other mental health issues, the university holds a number of well-being workshops during the year.
• Student Support and Guidance Tutor (SSGT) in each of the university’s schools has specialist who provide support and guidance for students on different university life issues.
• One-to-one support and drop-in sessions are offered by the university for students who require a free, confidential counselling.
Brighton University-Disability Support
• The university encourages all students with any type of disabilities to apply and is committed to provide support for them. Services is for students with long-term physical/medical condition, mobility impairment, and dyslexia.
• For further information and details, please visit our website or call our advisors.
Brighton-Other Services and Facilities
• University of Brighton has always invested in providing modern, advanced facilities and equipment for its students in all departments. A podiatry hospital, a new advanced engineering building, flight simulators, a dispensing pharmacy, human movement labs, prototyping facilities, as well as clinical skills facilities such as ambulance and midwifery suite simulations are some of the facilities provided by the university. Additionally, for design, fine art, architecture, fashion, media, and textiles photography courses, the university provides studios, specialist equipment, and exhibition spaces.
Brighton and University-Students’ Union
• More than 100 student societies and 50 sport clubs in addition to lots of social, friendly activities are easily found at Brighton Students’ Union (SU) where student are able to meet new people, visit new places, and gain valuable experience by taking the role of a course representative and joining student campaigns. The union also encourages students to set up their own society if they are not interested in joining any of the current societies.
• Numerous events and festivals including black-tie balls, Eid, Diwali, Hanukkah, Chinese New Year and Christmas in addition to club nights, cinema and religious events are held by The SU.
Brighton Notable Alumni & Famous Faces
• Norman Cook − DJ, musician and producer
• Paddy Considine − actor, screenwriter and director
• Dr. Gary Brickley – British Paralympic cycling team coach
• Rachel Whiteread CBE – artist and Turner Prize winner, 1993
• In order for students to have a tour around the campus and get familiar with departments, faculties, and other students, the university arranges an orientation week which includes a free airport pick-up from Heathrow or Gatwick airport.
• In this week, students get help and advice about bank account, health, and immigration. Events such as international freshers’ fair and welcome tea party are held during the orientation.
Brighton-English Language Requirements
• Undergraduate: IELTS 6.0 overall (minimum 5.5 in any component) or equivalent, with exceptions
• Postgraduate: IELTS 6.5 overall (minimum 5.5 in any component) or equivalent, with exceptions
• Language Institute at University of Brighton offers various English courses for students who do not meet the English requirement.
Brighton University- Accommodation
• University of Brighton assures all international students a place to live. 4 types of options are available for students, including:
• Halls of residence – rented private study bedroom and bathroom with shared kitchen. Both Self-catering and catered halls of residence are available.
• University-managed houses – owned privately but managed by the university, they have three and six bedrooms with shared kitchen and bathroom facilities.
• Homestay – living in a house with a family, a couple or single person in the local area.
• Private rooms or apartments
|Business Management||Applied Positive Psychology|
|Design and Crafts||Business Psychology|
|Development Studies||Civil Engineering|
|International Relations||Counselling and Psychotherapy|
|Human Resources Management||Education Information Security and Digital Forensics Acting|
|Art||English Language Teaching|
|Food Science||General Law|
|Hotel Management||International Business Management|
|Bachelor of Laws||International Law and Legal Practice|
|Film Studies||International Relations|
|Digital Media||Non-Government Organisations and Development Management|
|Hospitality and Tourism||Occupational and Organisational Psychology|
|Education Studies||Political Science|
|Computer Science||Professional Landscape Architecture|
|Interior Design||Social Work|
|Film Production||Structural Engineering|
|Architecture and Environmental Design||Theatre Directing|
|Biotechnology||Youth and Community Work|
|Dance and Drama|
|Master of Laws|
|Media and Communications|
|Oil and Gas Engineering|
|Oil and Gas Management|
|Supply Chain and Logistics|