The University of Brighton is a community of over 21,000 students and 2,600 staff based on five campuses in Brighton, Eastbourne and Hastings.
The staff can trace the origins back to the mid-19th century in Brighton and the mid-20th century in Eastbourne. Since university designation in 1992 the university has grown steadily. The number of academic awards made each year - at levels ranging from pre-degree through to professional programmes and doctorates has grown from just under 3,000 to over 5,500 in 2006-7.
The performance in a range of external assessments of teaching quality is consistently strong. University of Brighton is one of only six universities currently rated as 'Category A' in primary education by OFSTED.
The last RAE found more Brighton academics working at international standards of excellence that any other post-1992 university.
Since 1992 the university has made considerable improvements to the environment in which the students live and work, with almost £100 of million capital investment and new libraries on three of our four campuses.
The Brighton and Sussex Medical School, a partnership between Brighton and the University of Sussex opened in 2003.
The Community University Partnership Project support the university's contribution to social inclusion, economic growth and quality of life and in turn enables them to learn from these partnerships and improve the quality of education we provide to the learners.
The university works in partnership with regional colleges on the development and delivery of programmes, and also has a large number of overseas partners.
Whether you stay in halls or rent in the private sector, we'll help you find somewhere to live.
A range of services including financial support, one to one tuition, assistive technology.
Get vaccinated - mumps and meningitis. Know the symptoms of swine flu. Get registered with a doctor/dentist.
Brighton, Eastbourne and Hastings - make the most of your spare time. Enjoy the local arts, sports and social scene.
Fees, funding and other support. Bursary and scholarship information. How to make your money go further.
Improve your fitness, play competitive sports, have fun with your friends or take a coaching qualification.
Many organisations offer scholarships or grants. Some of these might help you to study for a Master at University of Brighton!