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Designed with industry partners, our accredited courses prepare you for your career. Design projects based on real case studies, site visits, field trips and placements put your learning into practice.
Engineering at Brighton is hands on, challenging and collaborative. Build confidence on a placement, work on exciting team projects using specialist facilities and become a creative problem-solver.
Our accredited courses focus on applied learning and industry collaboration. Site visits, field trips, placements, and cross-team project work build experience and develop skills valued by employers.
We offer courses with an extra year of integrated study at foundation level to give you the support, knowledge and skills you need to progress.
Discover the professionally accredited and flexible postgraduate opportunities at Brighton. Book now for February.
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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We'll help you to realise what you're capable of, challenging and working with you to get the most out of your learning experience.
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