Cycle lanes run between Falmer and the city centre, along the A270 Lewes Road to Falmer. Cycle parking is available across the campus.
A shared walking and cycle path connects the campus to the A270 to walk to Moulsecoomb. Varley Park halls of residence is a 25–30 minute walk.
Brighton & Hove Buses run bus services across the city. The 25 bus runs from the city centre to Falmer and stops directly on campus. Further services, 23,28 and 28, stop on the Lewes Road, a 10–15 minute walk away and, provide direct connections to the city centre. The 5B connects Falmer to Varley Park halls of residence,
Visit Brighton & Hove Buses for timetables and ticket options, including Brighton and Hove Buses app and contactless.
Falmer railway station is a short walk from the campus, Moulsecoomb is one stop away and Brighton mainline station three stops away.
There are up to four trains an hour from Moulsecoomb to Falmer (four minutes journey time), two an hour direct to Eastbourne (35 minutes journey time) and regular direct and connecting services to Hastings (70 minutes average journey time).
The Falmer campus is approximately seven kilometres from Brighton city centre.
If travelling by car, parking on campus is limited and must be arranged before your arrival. Please see our information on parking at the university for full details.
- Falmer campus (general): Village Way, BN1 9PH
- Paddock Field halls of residence BN1 9SF
- Brighton and Sussex Medical School (BSMS): University of Sussex, BN1 9PX
BSMS buildings are situated on both university sites in Falmer and at the Audrey Emerton Centre in central Brighton.
BSMS is based in the Watson Building at the University of Brighton Falmer campus.
BSMS buildings at the University of Sussex include the BSMS Teaching Building, BSMS Medical Research Building, the Clinical Imaging Sciences Centre and the Trafford Centre.