University of Brighton
Experienced staff in Student Services offer support on a range of issues including:
- Support in finding jobs plus volunteering and mentoring opportunities.
- Advice about money worries and how to live on a budget.
- Help accessing academic support if you have a disability, learning difficulty or long-term medical condition.
- One to one support for students with worries or concerns in a safe, confidential space.
Brighton and Eastbourne offer many accommodation options, ranging from homestays and private sector properties to university-managed Unihomes.
There are many things to bear in mind when it comes to choosing and living in accommodation, from signing contracts to budgeting. You can find help and advice relating to these matters on this page.
- Falmer library
- St Peter's House library
- Aldrich library
- Queenwood library
- Hastings library
- Falmer computer rooms
- Grand Parade computer rooms
- Moulsecoomb computer rooms
- Eastbourne computer rooms
- Hastings computer rooms
Get vaccinated - mumps and meningitis. Know the symptoms of swine flu. Get registered with a doctor/dentist.
We have three campuses in Brighton and one in Eastbourne.
- City campus is in the centre of Brighton and home to our arts and humanities students. Specialist facilities, studio space and our world-class Design Archives all make for an inspiring environment where creativity thrives.
- Moulsecoomb is our biggest campus with more than 8,000 students.
- Falmer is around four miles from the city centre, where nurses, teachers, linguists and social scientists are based.
Improve your fitness, play competitive sports, have fun with your friends or take a coaching qualification.