Support for international students
We provide high-quality support for students from outside the UK to help you:
- get your student visa
- settle in when you first arrive
- succeed in your academic studies
- prepare for a successful career.
Once at the university you have access to modern facilities, and a range of support and services and including a modern library, computing and laboratory facilities, comprehensive careers and personal support, and opportunities to volunteer or take part in sport.
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Studying as an international student
Help with visa applications
Get help with applying for your student visa and ask our helpful international advisers any questions you might have about arriving and living in the UK.
More: visas and immigration
Career advice and support
Our careers service offers personal advice, training and support for your career, and gives you the opportunity to gain relevant skills through award-winnning mentoring, entrepeneurship and volunteering programmes.
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Financial support and scholarships
We have a range of bursaries available to EU students and a number of scholarships for EU and international students.
More: fees and scholarships
Dyslexia and disabilities
We work with all disabled students, including international students, to ensure your are not disadvantaged by a disability or specific learning difficulty.
English and academic support
You can choose to have free English language tuition, and all international students are allocated a personal academic tutor.
This free programme will give you the chance to meet other international students, introduce you to the town you will be living in, and give you all the information you need to make the most of studying at the university.
More: when you arrive
An International Students' Society
Meet other international students and enjoy a wide-range of cultural and social activities with our International Students' Society.
Support beyond graduation
When you graduate from the University of Brighton you will automatically become a member of the Brighton Alumni Association, a network of over 100,000 alumni around the world.