At Brighton we have a career-focused approach to your learning, which is why more than 94% of our graduates were working, studying or training within six months of completing their course (DHLE 2015–16).
The University of Brighton was awarded Silver in the recent Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF), confirming that we deliver high-quality teaching, learning and outcomes that consistently exceed national quality requirements.
Studying here you’ll apply what you learn in class to real-life challenges, so you develop the knowledge and skills to make a difference in the world when you leave.
Over 50 professional bodies, including The Law Society and The Institution of Engineering Designers, accredit our courses and there are opportunities for work-related learning on every undergraduate course. Work placements are also available on many courses.
It’s also possible – and encouraged – for students to gain additional experience and build a strong portfolio of skills through volunteering and project work, with a vast number of local entrepreneurial networks available for students to join in Brighton.