Applying directly to the university
For part-time courses and a small number of full-time undergraduate courses you need to apply directly to the university or the partner college offering the course.
Apply directly for:
- part-time undergraduate degree courses
- part-time foundation degrees
- accountancy foundation and ACCA professional courses
- preparatory English language courses.
University of Brighton
To apply, please download and complete a University of Brighton direct application form. Please note that for each course you apply for you will need an application form and a reference form.
- Download the University of Brighton application form (27k pdf)
- Download the University of Brighton reference form (28k pdf)
Returning your form
For Art and design courses
If you are applying for an art or design course please return your form to:
University of Brighton
For all other courses
Please return your form to:
There are no fees for applying to the University of Brighton directly.
Offers and interviews
An offer of a place on a course at the University of Brighton and any conditions attached to that offer, will be sent to you. Many of our courses select students via interviews, but being invited to an interview does not guarantee an offer.
All offers are made on the understanding that the information you have supplied is complete and correct, and that you undertake to observe the rules and regulations of the university.
At the beginning of each academic year, all students must enrol at the university. This process entitles you to attend your course, use university facilities and be a member of the students' union. Enrolment can only be completed if all your fees have been paid or their payment is guaranteed. You will also need original documents (not photocopies) confirming your identity, entry qualifications and written confirmation of any scholarship or sponsorship arrangements.
If your application is successful, we will send you full details about the enrolment and payment arrangements.
We may need to request further information before your enrolment can be completed. The university is registered with the Office of the Information Commissioner – in the context of preventing fraudulent applications, we may disclose information to relevant government departments, police forces, examining bodies, the Student Loans Company and associated authorities.