The University of Brighton is a vibrant place where individuals connect and discover together. A friendly, diverse and inclusive community of over 18,000 students from over 150 countries around the world fill the four campuses in Brighton and Eastbourne. We encourage you to discover the topics that excite you the most, then give you the tools and support to explore them in-depth.

Courses are innovative and globally relevant, informed by the latest research and industry partnerships. With over 50 professional organizations that accredit their courses, you will also have the opportunity to gain an additional qualification, a license to practice or exemption from professional exams. These learning experiences and the university’s environment help to give you a competitive edge in your chosen career paths. At the university, they emphasize hands-on learning, have excellent connections to industry and business, and offer placement and paid work experience opportunities in the UK and overseas… all designed to prepare you for career success anywhere in the world.

You will also have many opportunities to explore something new – whether it is joining one or more of the 100+ student societies, taking part in one of the sports teams, or travelling 1 hour to explore London.


The Falmer campus is approximately three miles from Brighton city centre. The School of Humanities (literature, language and linguistics), School of Health Sciences, School of Applied Social Science, Centre for Nursing and Midwifery Research, International Health Development and Research Centre, Social Science Policy and Research Centre, School of Education, Education Research Centre, the Centre for Learning and Teaching and the Brighton and Sussex Medical School are all based on this campus.

Facilities include a library, computer pool rooms, restaurant and café/bar, and the Students’ Union café, aka The Hive, and shop. Sports facilities on the campus include floodlit 3G AstroTurf pitch, netball and tennis courts, a sports center with fitness suite, two activity studios and a sports hall with six badminton courts and a sports pavilion.


City campus in Brighton city centre is home to the University’s College of Arts and Humanities, the University of Brighton gallery and Sallis Benney Theatre.

Facilities include the specialist humanities, art and design library at St Peter’s House, computer pool rooms, a media center, a restaurant and café. The School of Art, School of Media and School of Humanities are based at City campus.


Moulsecoomb campus is to the north of Brighton city centre. It is the largest of the campuses, with over 8,000 students. Brighton Business School, School of Architecture and Design, School of Computing, Engineering and Mathematics, School of Environment and Technology, and School of Pharmacy and Bio-molecular Sciences are based on the Moulsecoomb campus.

Teaching and learning resources include rapid prototyping and design equipment including 3D scanners, clinical skills and molecular biology laboratories, specialist labs for structural dynamics, geotechnics, thermal dynamics, hydraulics and avionics, a flight simulator, real-time trading room, and architecture and interior architecture studios. Facilities include Aldrich library, computer pool rooms, two restaurants and five cafes.


It’s at the foot of the South Downs National Park. Almost 3,000 students are based on this campus, studying at the School of Sport and Service Management and the School of Health Sciences.

Teaching and learning facilities at Eastbourne campus include exercise physiology laboratories, an environmental chamber, a human movement laboratory, culinary arts studio and the Leaf Hospital podiatry and physiotherapy clinic. Study facilities include Queenwood library, computer pool rooms, a learning technologies suite, restaurants, and a Students’ Union shop. Sports facilities include a 25-metre swimming pool, sports hall, artificial outdoor pitch and dance studio.




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Accounting and Finance

Accounting, Finance and Economics

Aeronautical Engineering


Applied Interior Design Diploma

Architectural Technology

Architecture and design integrated foundation year


Art and Design

Automotive Engineering

Biological Science

Biomedical Science

Building Surveying

Business and law integrated

Business Management

Business Management with Economics

Business Management with Finance

Business Management with Human Resource Management

Business Management with Marketing

Civil Engineering

Civil Engineering with Construction Management

Civil with Environmental Engineering

Clinical Practice

Computer Science

Computer Science for Games

Computer Science with Artificial Intelligence

Construction Management

Contemporary History

Criminology and Sociology


Design Engineering

Design for Digital Media

Designer Maker

Diagnostic Radiography

Digital Games Development

Digital Media Design

Digital Music and Sound Arts

Early Childhood Education and Care

Ecology and Conversation



Electrical and Electronic Engineering

Electronic and Computer Engineering

Electronic Engineering

English for Academic study

English language and Creative Writing

English language and English Literature

English language and Media

English Language

English Literature and Creative Writing

English Literature and Linguistics

English Literature

Environmental management

Environmental Politics

Event and Tourism Management

Fashion and Design History

Fashion Communication with Business Studies

Film and Screen Studies


Finance and Investment

Fine Art

Games Art and Design


Geography with Archaeology

Globalization : History, Politics Culture

Graphic Design

History, Literature and Culture



Interior Architecture

Interior Design

International Business management



Law with Business

Law with Criminology


Marketing Management


Mechanical Engineering

Media and English Literature

Media Production

Media studies


Music Business and Media

Music Production and Creative Recording



Occupational Therapy

Paramedic Science

Person-centered Counselling


Philosophy, Politics, Art


Physical Education





Psychology and Criminology

Psychology with Counselling

Social Sciences


Sport Coaching

Sport Journalism

Sport management

Sport Studies