How to apply
We know the application process for applying to a UK university may feel daunting, but we share lots of information about the application process for international students.
Our guidance covers everything from the application procedures for different types of course, our English language requirements, as well as checking how your qualifications compare to the UK.
Students who normally live outside the UK usually pay international tuition fees.
The tuition fee you pay is based on your fee status and the course you study. Your fee status is assessed using criteria set by the UK government.
We publish our international tuition fees for each academic year on our website.
We offer a number of different scholarships to undergraduate and postgraduate international students.
There is also an international student hardship fund open to international students who are experiencing financial problems.
Find out more about funding options at Brighton.
Visas and immigration
If you are a non-UK national and you do not have a UK visa that allows you to study, or you are an EEA national and do not have pre-settled or settled status, you will need to apply for and obtain a Student visa to study a degree course with us.
There are a number of eligibility criteria so please check our visa and immigration pages for more information.
Help and advice
We have a team of student advisers and international officers to answer any questions you might have about studying at the university.
If you have a question about applying to Brighton as an international student, you can contact our International Office via email on email@example.com.