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There are halls of residences found at four locations across the city. Prices range between £76 to £180 per week - some halls also include breakfast and evening meals during term times.
International postgraduate students are guaranteed a place in halls of residence in their first year as long as they apply before the accommodation deadline.
Many of the university’s UK and EU postgraduate students prefer the flexibility and independence of renting privately. The university’s accommodation team has great local knowledge and can help students find a home in the private sector.
Students can also use the university’s database of student accommodation, Studenthomes, to look for houses, flats and rooms that have been registered by local landlords and checked to ensure they meet the university’s code of standards.
In recent years, the University of Brighton has invested more than £100 million on facilities and specialist equipment, creating learning environments that replicate industry and professional environments, allowing students to gain real-world experience and skills. These include:
a new advanced engineering building
studios, exhibition spaces and specialist equipment for architecture, design, fine art, fashion, textiles, photography and media courses
a podiatry hospital
human movement labs
molecular biology facilities
clinical skills facilities including simulations of an ambulance and midwifery suite
a real-time trading room
there’s also been a £27 million development of new halls of residences and support facilities at Varley Park.
University of Brighton students on Postgraduate Search say:
“From those that I have seen, the library is small but very well-stocked with Education material. The School of Education has plenty of resources for what I need it for.”