Your course will be based at one of our Brighton campuses: City, Falmer or Moulsecoomb.
Our halls of residence and uni accommodation options are designed to cater to a diverse range of preferences and budgets.
All our campuses have halls of residence on site and nearby. And for private rentals, our accommodation team is here to help advise you.
Discover our campuses
We have a range of room types and costs in our halls of residence. Take a virtual tour and see for yourself.
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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