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Journalism and media placements are a great opportunity to put new skills into action, and network with professionals.
Our professional-standard facilities include a newsroom with live news feed; digital production and postproduction studios; studio and editing suites; and a sound diffusion lab.
Photography and film students are based in central Brighton in a modern building designed specifically for these subjects, learning from professionals and leading artists.
Our Digital Music and Sound Arts course puts you at the forefront of modern practice in the sound and music world, an environment where technologies are constantly evolving.
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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
Our student and staff community celebrates the history, lives and experiences of LGBT+ people with a packed programme of events.
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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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