Initial Teacher Education courses
Applications for initial teacher education courses are made through UCAS (for undergraduate courses) and the GTTR (for postgraduate courses). Applications for the Graduate Teacher Programme are made directly to the university.
The institution code for the University of Brighton is B72. (There is no Campus Code.)
You can apply for entry in 2013 from September 2012. Secondary courses, particularly in the shortage subjects, may have places available up until the course starts.
For more detailed information about course content, please contact the admissions tutor identified on the course of your choice.
Applications for undergraduate courses
Please contact the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS) to request an application form or to apply online:
UCAS Application Requests
New Barn Lane
Tel: (+44) (0)1242 223707
Fax: (+44) (0) 1242 221622
Applications for postgraduate ITE courses
Please contact the Graduate Teacher Training Registry (GTTR) to request an application form or to apply online:
New Barn Lane
Tel: (+44) (0)870 1122205
Continuing Professional Development courses
Apply directly to the School of Education at the University of Brighton for professional development courses in education, learning and development.
Undergraduate Professional Development
Download the application form to apply for our undergraduate professional development courses or programmes.
Postgraduate Professional Development
Apply online for our postgraduate professional development courses or programmes.
Phone: 01273 643444
All applicants for award bearing professional development courses will be called for an advisory interview to match programmes to applicants needs.
Request a prospectus
To request a prospectus please email us at email@example.com, giving your name, address and which course you are interested in. To find out whether there are places available, or to ask any general questions about our courses, please contact the programme assistants on (+44) (0)1273 643912 (primary) or (+44) (0)1273 643911 (secondary) or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Declaring a disability
All student teachers are subject to an occupational health check on entry, so it is important that you declare any disability at the time of applying. The university welcomes applicants with physical disability or mental health problems, so please do not suffer in silence. Our disability team coordinates a full range of support, advice and guidance options for students who declare a physical or mental disability, or specific learning difficulty including dyslexia, hearing and visual impairment.
Find out more about our equal opportunity policy for people with disabilities.