Located on the south coast of England, Brighton has the unique offer of city living right on the coastline (which explains the nickname London-By-The-Sea). There’s plenty of student accommodation in Brighton, with options to suit all manners of budgets, taste and styles.
Popular student areas across Brighton include Kemp Town
, one of the liveliest quarters of the city, and the hub of the LGBT+ community. Hollingdean
is one of the most sought-after areas of Brighton when it comes to student accommodation. This does mean slightly higher rent prices, but as it's located centrally, it’s got great accessibility to other areas of the city, which makes it well worth the premium. You’ll find Elm Grove
close by, which is a good place to settle if you’re looking for easy access to the city centre, with a residential family feel at home.
Just north of the city centre is Round Hill
, which is full of independent cafes and bars. The area is one of the best spots for getting some grub with plenty of eateries. Hannover is just next door, and is full of bright Victorian cottages and renowned pub. If you want student accommodation in Brighton that's a bit friendlier on your wallet, Moulsecoomb
are great options, and offer a slightly cheaper alternative to those in the city centre.
Brighton is a great location for students, no matter what you’re looking to get out of your time at university. Dubbed the UK’s ‘happiest city for students’, it’s understandable that over 30,000 students choose Brighton to call home every year. The city has a vibe like nowhere else in the UK, which is why 93% of students say they are ‘very happy’ here.
As well as bustling nightlife, the city is home to quirky boutique stores, historic buildings and a food scene to die for. Plus, there's the stunning beach front, which have previously been voted one of the top city beaches in the world.
If you crave city life but also enjoy spending your spare time in the countryside, then Brighton is ideal. As well as having the beach at your fingertips, Brighton is located right next to the South Downs National Park - the newest national park in the UK.
Brighton comes with its very own events calendar that's renowned across the UK, including Brighton Festival and Brighton Fringe. The city is a hub of creativity and culture, which has been pivotal in the arts and entertainment industry. The creative vibe is just one of the many attractions that's seen so many artists, musicians and actors chose Brighton as home.
As well as having an amazing social scene, beautiful surroundings, and two top-performing universities, it's also known as the most inclusive place to live in the UK. The city has a huge multi-cultural student community, and is actually the birthplace of Pride. The LGBT+ scene is one of the best in the world, with Brighton being named the unofficial ‘gay capital’.
University of Brighton Accommodation
The University of Brighton is split into four campuses across the city, with one of the located centrally on the seafront, and another further north on Lewes Road. Other campuses are located in various parts of the city, giving students at the university heaps of choice when it comes to picking their student home.
University of Sussex Accommodation
The University of Sussex is a single campus university, which is located in Falmer. The university is a leading public research university surrounded by the South Downs National Park. Welcoming 13,000 students of 140 nationalities every year to Brighton, the university is a hub of activity.
When it comes to finding the best student accommodation in Brighton, UniHomes have got you sorted. We make finding your perfect student pad easy, with an array of different student properties available. Whether you're after a studio or a huge house, we have plenty of options to suit your taste. All of our homes come with all bills included, so you don't have to worry about the hard bit.