Your course will be based at one of our Brighton campuses: City, Falmer or Moulsecoomb; or at our campus in Eastbourne. All have halls of residence on site and nearby. And for private rentals, our accommodation team is here to help advise you.
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We have halls of residence in Brighton and Eastbourne with various room types and costs.
We have Homestay accommodation in Brighton where students live in the home of a local host.
We have reserved a number of rooms in private halls managed by our partner Kaplan Living.
Brighton and Eastbourne have a range of accommodation available for renting privately.
Whether you want to stay in halls or live independently, we can help you find somewhere right for you.
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