University of Brighton
The University of Brighton is a thriving university with four campuses on the south coast of England: three in Brighton and one in Eastbourne. It has a diverse academic community of over 21,000 students, including over 3,000 international and EU students from more than 150 countries.
The university focuses on work-related learning, offering over 500 professional and practice-based courses, many of which offer 12-month work placements, and all designed to prepare students for career success. Nearly 95% of the university’s graduates are working, training, or pursuing further study within six months of graduation.
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 by undertaking volunteering and project work.
Why University of Brighton?
- The University of Brighton is ranked in the top 25 in the UK league tables for many subjects including, sports, arts, hospitality & tourism and education (The Guardian 2018) and architecture, physiotherapy (Complete University Guide 2018)
- We’re in the top 25% of UK universities for world-leading research impact (REF 2014).
- 4% of our full-time degree graduates are working, studying or training within six months of completing their course (DLHE 2015-16).
- We’ve invested more than £100 million in the last 10 years on the equipment and buildings our students use every day.
- There are over 50 scholarships available for international students, worth up to £5,000.
- 100% of full-time undergraduate students have the chance to do work-related learning as part of their course.
- Brighton has a first class award for environmental sustainability and ethical performance placing us in the top 2 greenest UK universities in People & Planet’s University League 2016.