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Design-led, socially conscious, hands-on and collaborative – our students develop individual creative voices, working together on live briefs and community projects locally and further afield.
We are internationally renowned for our teaching and research in the arts, and are central to Brighton’s reputation as a creative, progressive place to live, work and study.
We’re proud of our excellent reputation in this field, from our Business of Fashion rankings, to our success in integrating business and placements into our courses, and, not least, of our high-performing graduates.
Brighton has been the catalyst for countless thriving creative careers and our graduates blaze a trail in producing much of the innovative visual communication we see around us.
We offer our product design students a brilliant start to their rewarding careers: high-end specialist facilities, excellent industry placements and a dynamic team of tutors and technicians.
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If you're considering masters study, there is a range of financial support available – you may be eligible for scholarships and government loans.Find out more
We have over 200 masters courses; many offer flexible study options, from part-time to distance learning. You can even take certain modules as stand-alone short courses. Start here
Brighton graduates leave us with the confidence and skills to make a difference. Take a look at this video and see the incredible work our graduates do now – and start your career with us.
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Whatever your subject, you can use what you learn with us to make your mark on the world.
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