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There are a few things to do online before you get here, including the first stage of your enrolment and getting started with your email account and course materials.
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If you’re starting with us in September, you might have already found your home from home. Brilliant, you’re on course!
But if you’ve changed direction and are looking for a place to live, we can help in so many ways.
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Discover the right path for you - we offer 200+ undergraduate courses. Feel confident in your future - we build employability skills into every course. Find yourself in a place where you'll belong.
Kick off your research with our prospectus. Packed with info about our courses and subjects, and loads more besides, like our campuses and what it’s like to be a Brighton student. Find your adventure with us.
With a focus on applied learning and industry collaboration our computing courses will challenge and stimulate you. Placement opportunities and links with employers help give your career a head start.
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 courses combine theory and real-world application, opening doors to an exciting range of careers. Develop problem solving and presentation skills, apply your learning on placement and inspire future generations with the option of school classroom experience.
There’s still time to join us this year. Call our friendly expert advisers to find out about available courses and read our guide on how to apply.
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The quality of teaching experienced by students at the university has been judged to consistently exceed the rigorous national requirements for Higher Education in the UK.