What's on campus
Two miles north of Brighton city centre and the seafront, Moulsecoomb is the largest of our four campuses with more than 8,000 students.
Moulsecoomb Place is home to more than 160 students, while others live in nearby Varley Park. There are a number of areas of Brighton that are popular with students, just a short walk, cycle or bus ride away. These include Moulsecoomb, Bevendean, Hollingbury, Elm Grove, Hanover and other suburbs that stretch up the hills on either side of the Lewes Road.
Social scene – Most students head into the lively centre of Brighton for its mix of bars, pubs, clubs, theatres, comedy and live music venues. In the summer the seafront buzzes with activities, impromptu picnics on the beach.
Arts – Brighton hosts England’s biggest arts festival in May each year, and has a selection of highly regarded theatres, galleries and events, not to mention the quirky Royal Pavilion which has become a symbol of the city's eccentricities.
Sports – On campus there is a sports hall with basketball and badminton courts, fitness suite and climbing wall. Beyond the campus you can find teams for almost every sport, from beach volleyball to touch rugby. The seafront and beautiful South Downs are wonderful for exploring on foot or by bike, and the sea is often dotted with kayakers, windsurfers and paddle boarders.
Food and drink on campus – There's a choice of cafes and restaurants on all of our campuses.
The Big Build – Moulsecoomb is part way through the Big Build, a development that will transform the area, creating new spaces for our students to study, live and socialise.