Student Accommodation at the University of Sussex

The University of Sussex is a leading university near Brighton which attracts over 16,000 students every year. Brighton is rated the ‘happiest city in England for students’, so those who choose to study at the university won’t be disappointed what's on offer. There’s always something in the calendar, from festivals to art fairs, as Brighton is a city full of culture.

The University of Sussex is renowned for its research, and the majority of this research is categorised as ‘world leading’ or ‘internationally excellent’. The university was even rated number one in the world for Development Studies. On top of this, Sussex was ranked in the top 50 universities in the UK for 2020 by the Guardian, the Times and the Complete University Guide. So, it's safe to say students at the University of Sussex are in safe hands.

Although the university is slightly out of the way from Brighton's city centre, there’s still plenty of great options when it comes to finding student accommodation near the University of Sussex. Student areas Moulsecoomb and Coldean are home to the majority of students, which has created a vibrant student community nearby.

Alternatively, if you want to be a little closer to the action, Elm Grove and Round Hill are closer to the city centre. These areas are slightly further away form the university, but with Brighton’s great transport links you'll get to your lectures in no time.

Life on Campus

The University of Sussex’s Falmer Campus is situated on the edge of Brighton and is famous for its architecture and scenery. The buildings in the centre of campus have achieved listed building status, with Falmer House being one of just two educational buildings in the UK to be Grade I-listed.

The campus is packed full of shops, cafes and bars, as well as libraries and study spaces. Plus, South Downs National Park is just minutes away from campus and is perfect for getting some fresh air. 

The Student Union is independent from the university and acts as the community hub for students. The SU’s building is located on campus, near the main library. The building aims to be the heart of the student hub, offering a space for students to make the most of their time at the university. With over 230 clubs, societies and sports teams available, students are never at a loose end.

Why UniHomes?

There’s a brilliant range of available student accommodation near the University of Sussex, from cosy flats to larger house shares. UniHomes have student homes available across the city of Brighton, and everything you see on UniHomes has bills all included.

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