Study at The University of Brighton
Based across three locations on the south coast of England, the University of Brighton is a leading post-1992 university.
The University has a vibrant community of over 21,000 students, including 3,000 international students from 140 countries. The University of Brighton’s International College is located on the University’s Moulsecoomb campus, where international students have access to the full range of facilities enjoyed by full-time degree students.
The International College prepares students for progression to a wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate degrees. Students who successfully complete a preparation course at the College are guaranteed a place on a degree in a diverse range of subjects, including Business, Physics, Computing and Engineering.
Foundation Certificate courses prepare students for the demands of an undergraduate degree at the University. The following Foundation Certificates are available:
- Arts and design
- Business, hospitality, tourism and social sciences
- Computing and creative technology
- Science and engineering
International Year One
The International Year One in Business course allows international students to fast-track their progression to year two of a business-related undergraduate degree.
Graduate diploma courses equip international students with essential skills for studying a postgraduate degree at the University. The following graduate diploma courses are available:
Teaching and research
The University has one of the best teaching quality ratings in the UK and a strong track record in research.
Investing in the future
In the last 10 years more than £100million was invested in the University’s facilities and infrastructure.
Global work opportunities
The University works with over 1,800 local and international businesses to create valuable work placements for students.
Students who successfully progress to the University via the International College are awarded a £1,000 tuition scholarship.