The University of Brighton is based in two cities - make sure you have checked whether your course is based in Brighton or Eastbourne before you leave your home country so that you know which you need to travel to once you arrive in the UK. If you're not sure, you can check with your academic school.
Three of our campuses are in the city of Brighton.
- City campus
Here is a map of our Brighton campuses.
The Eastbourne campus is based at two places in the town.
Here is a map of our Eastbourne campus.
If you have not booked quarantine accommodation and transport with us, you should make your own arrangements to travel to the University of Brighton. If you are required to quarantine on arrival in the UK, the rules state that should only use public transport if you have no other option.
There are a number of taxi companies providing an airport collection service, so you may wish to do your own research. Some local companies are:
You can get to Brighton and Eastbourne by train or coach from the airport.
Check the departure times for transport from your airport:
It is compulsory to wear a mask or face covering in shops and on public transport in the UK unless you have an exemption. So please make sure you have one with you.
Once you've made it to Brighton or Eastbourne, you'll need to consider your onward travel to your accommodation. Check which train or bus stop your accommodation is nearest to, alternatively if you have a lot of luggage with you, it might be easiest to take a taxi to your accommodation.