A degree in education from the University of Brighton lays the foundation for a rewarding career in teaching, youth work, educational welfare and research.
We are ranked in the top five in The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2018, in the top 10 in the Complete University Guide 2019 for education courses in England, and we are ranked 16th in the Guardian University Guide 2019 for education courses in the UK.
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Physical education is taught in Eastbourne alongside our sport and exercise courses. The Falmer campus houses a Curriculum Centre which has over 30,000 education specialist resources and is a great place to get inspiration, as well as work on assignments and presentations. It also provides an area for you to get together for group work.
We'll help you find a work placement to match your interests from a wide variety of organisations including schools, community organisations and charities. You could find yourself working in the UK or on placement overseas.
A degree in education creates many different career opportunities. Many of our graduates continue their studies and become teachers, while others have taken educational roles with local authorities, museums, charities and the police.
Physical education courses are taught in Eastbourne alongside other sport courses. Other education courses are based in Falmer, Brighton – we've invested over £100 million to ensure all our campuses reflect our professional focus.
Education studies are taught at the Falmer campus in the School of Education.
Physical education is taught in Eastbourne at the School of Sport and Service Management