The University of Brighton is a thriving institution with a 150-year history of adapting to and anticipating changing social and market needs. It has campuses across Brighton: in Falmer, Moulsecoomb and Grand Parade (as well as in Hastings and Eastbourne).
It has a diverse student population, drawn from 143 countries and our staff from 60 countries across the world.
What courses are on offer?
You can search a huge range of undergraduate, postgraduate, part-time and full-time courses on the university website.
Supporting student aspirations
The University of Brighton ensures that every student has a career planning agreement in place, mapping out their future aspirations. This initiative, set up 10 years ago, ensures that each course offers its students encouragement and support in their career planning.
The university careers service has links with more than 1,800 employers of which around 500 regularly place vacancies with the university’s job shop, attend careers talks and careers fairs.
Other development opportunities for business
The University of Brighton offers highly flexible, employer focussed higher-level training and staff development to suit your particular workforce’s needs. We can also work with you to quality assure your own in-house learning programmes.
Our service offers an efficient way to provide your employees with relevant higher education and leadership skills, which fits around the demands of their job. This can be delivered at the workplace or on-line, at convenient intervals to suit you and your staff.
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The University of Brighton has developed an entrepreneurial network, Beepurple, which helps our students and alumni to develop their own business ideas. The university has a track record for turning out employable graduates and entrepreneurs, and boasts more than 100 start ups a year.