University of Brighton

 

The University of Brighton is a community of 21,000 students based across four campuses in Brighton and Eastbourne on the south-coast of England, less than an hour from central London and only 30 minutes from London Gatwick International Airport.

Brighton is a modern and innovative university in one of the liveliest parts of the UK. The university provides students with excellent learning opportunities and support, and has one of the best teaching quality ratings in the UK and a strong research record, factors that contribute to its reputation as a leading professional university.

Students benefit from the university’s ongoing investment in technology and facilities. With over £100 million invested over the last decade, the modern campuses emphasise and reflect the professional focus.

The university has a longstanding focus on practice-based and professional education; all undergraduate courses provide opportunities for work-related learning with many offering additional professional accreditation and extended work placements.

 

 Key Numbers

  • Average tuition fees - £14,400
  • Estimated living costs - £12,000
  • Minimum IELTS score - 6.0
  • Student satisfaction - 80
  • Employment prospects - 94
  • International student ratio - 13%

 

Rankings

  • The Times: 104
  • The Guardian: 91
  • QS World Rankings: 701
  • Complete University Guide: 89