Our informal open evenings are a great way to find out more about your chosen course, talk to staff and current students, and take a look around the campus.
Look out for our student ambassadors who will be wearing a blue University of Brighton t-shirt – they will be there to help point you in the right direction and answer any questions you might have.
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At this open evening you can find out more about the following postgraduate courses, taught on our Grand Parade campus:
Our Doctoral College will also be at this event - if you'd like to talk to us about studying for your PhD or MPhil, you can book your place here.
Course leaders will be available to talk to you about your masters course, take you through our specialist facilities and student support services, and answer any questions or concerns you may have about undertaking postgraduate study.
You’ll be able to meet current postgraduate students who can tell you first-hand what doing a masters degree is like, and our friendly and knowledgeable staff will be available to advise you on all matters related to the admissions process.
Our postgraduate open evenings are informal, so you can drop-in at any time during the evening to chat to us. Our course leaders and tutors will be on hand to answer all your questions, one-to-one.
Drop in from 4.30pm; on arrival please register in the Edward Street foyer. This event will end at 7.30pm so please make sure you leave enough time to ask us all your questions.
A funding talk will take place at 5.30pm, and will give you information about the different way you can fund your masters degree, including scholarships and the government postgraduate loans.
Maps and directions
Grand Parade campus
Bicycle: You can reach the campus using the city's network of cycle lanes. There are cycle stands off William Street and a cycle cage in front of the Circus Street Annexe, accessed via Kingswood Street.
Bus: Being so central, the campus is on almost all of the city's bus routes. For timetables and student fares visit the Brighton and Hove Bus Company website.
Train: The closest train station is Brighton. It is a 10-minute walk from the campus. You can get unlimited train travel around the city using the Unizone ticket. For timetables check National Rail Enquiries.
Car: Because of its central location there is limited car parking on campus. Staff and students are encouraged to use bikes and public transport. There are a number of NCP car parks nearby. To get the best route for your journey use the following postcodes: