Please check the list below for information about a range of areas. If you can't find what you need to know, please use the enquiries form to get in touch.
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What courses are available in Hastings?
What are the entry requirements?
Entry requirements vary for different courses. The University of Brighton also welcomes applications from students aged 21 and over who may not have formal qualifications but who can demonstrate appropriate experience and potential at interview.
How can I order a prospectus for the University of Brighton in Hastings?
You will find the most up to date information on this website. However, you can order our printed prospectus, which is published yearly, via an online form.
When can I visit the university?
You can drop in between 9-5 Monday to Thursday, and 9-4 on Fridays. You'll be able to speak to office staff and book an appointment to speak to someone about a specific course. You can also visit on an open day when we offer a programme of introductory talks and tours of the campus.
- Find out more about our open days, including forthcoming dates
- Find out about community access to the Hastings campus
What are the term dates?
Where can I find more information about the application process?
You may find the information you need via the link below. You can also follow our admissions staff on Twitter for great advice and reminders, or you can contact the Hastings campus directly by phone: 08456 020607 or on email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The links below will take you to the money section of the university's main website.
What are my tuition fees going to be?
Starting your course in 2012?
Starting your course in 2013?
Is there any financial support available, such as bursaries or scholarships?
We are fully committed to helping people from any background to achieve their ambitions and fulfill their potential through university study. There are a range of bursaries and scholarships to help with certain financial circumstances. Detailed advice about eligibility and how to apply can be found on the links below.
How can I find out more about finances?
What is it like to live in Hastings?
Where can I live in Hastings?
There is a university halls of residence and plenty of reasonably-priced accommodation in Hastings.
How can I find a place to live?
You can use our accommodation database when you accept a place to study here. You can also ask our accommodation officer for help.
What’s student life like in Hastings?
You can take part in activities with the Students' Union or there are plenty of other things to do in Hastings.
What support is available to me as a student in Hastings?
The University of Brighton's support services are available at each of its campuses. Most of the information is found on the university's main website.
- Disability and Dyslexia
- International support
- Libraries - across the whole university
- University of Brighton's library in Hastings
- Religious life
- Student advice and support
Does the university provide any childcare for students who are parents?
As our campus in Hastings is small, we can't support a crèche or nursery as part of the university. However people usually find that our teaching hours can fit around school or nursery.
Please see http://www.childcare.co.uk/ for information about childcare provision in Hastings. Please note that the University of Brighton is not responsible for information on external websites.
What do I do if I get sick while at university?
You are strongly advised to register with a university doctor or local doctor as soon as possible after you arrive. Register with a doctor in Hastings.