Student Accommodation at the University of Brighton
The University of Brighton attracts over 20,000 students to the city every year, creating an excellent atmosphere for those choosing Brighton as their home for a few years. Just like the city, the University of Brighton is extremely inclusive, and openly invites people from all walks of life to study. With over 200 courses, students are invited to tailor their learning to their interests.
With Brighton being just an hour from London, it’s a popular city and offers a great experience for students studying here. With there always being something in the calendar, from festivals and events to art and craft fairs, Brighton is a city full of culture.
The university is ranked second in the UK for sustainability, and is committed to allowing sustainability to run through all practices, including travel, food, ethics and research. The university recognises the importance of sustainability for the future and has made the practice one of its main core values.
The University of Brighton consists of four campuses, three of them being in the city. City campus is in the heart of Brighton and is the home of everything arts and humanities related. Moulsecoomb campus is the biggest campus, with almost half of university students studying here. Subjects based here include business, engineering, maths and architecture. Falmer campus is based around four miles inland of the City Centre. Nurses, teachers and social sciences are based here. Eastbourne campus is the base for sports, hospitality and journalism, and is based far from Brighton in Eastbourne.
The University of Brighton’s Student Union is run by students, for students. It aims to make university life better for all students in the city, and offers a range of societies, sports and volunteering opportunities. The SU’s main hub is based in the Cockcroft Building at Moulsecoomb campus and is centrally located for all students to enjoy. There’s something at the SU for everybody.
Accommodation near the University of Brighton is dotted around the city, from the City Centre and Hove to Elm Grove and Moulsecoomb. Each area has its own quirks and atmosphere, and students are bound to find a district to suit their personality.
The University of Brighton's accommodation offers a range of student houses with double bedrooms, en suites and modern furnishings, all with a wide range of sizes available. Arrange a viewing today with UniHomes.