Overview

Brighton is set across five modern campuses. Three are in Brighton itself while a further two are situated on the south coast in Eastbourne and Hastings. The university has over 4,000 postgraduates studying 200 postgraduate courses - many of which are recognised and accredited by professional bodies.

Brighton has a buzzing arts and music scene with lots of independent shops and cafes. The beach is particularly popular in summer with tourists.

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About the University of Brighton

The University of Brighton has on offer a wide range of recognised & accredited flexible study options and generous scholarships, for students to choose from at the postgraduate level. Students also enjoy Brighton’s links with hundreds of large companies, making for the best possible preparation for life after university.

Postgraduate student body breakdown
Source: HESA, 2016

Study mode
Source: HESA, 2016

This University

57% Part Time
43% Full Time

All universities (avg)

37% Part Time
63% Full Time

Student Nationality
Source: HESA, 2016

77%

UK students

23%

Non-UK students

Study level
Source: HESA, 2016

16,485 Undergraduate
3,810 Postgraduate

New students
Source: HESA, 2016

25%

School leavers

75%

Mature students

Funding your degree

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