Subjects and courses
At this open evening you can find out more about the following postgraduate courses, taught on our City campus:
Art and design
Graphic design and illustration
History of art and design
Photography, film and sound
- Our Doctoral College will also be at this event - talk to us about studying for your PhD or MPhil.
Open evening overview
Course leaders and tutors 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.
Optional tours of the campus will take place throughout the open evening and will take around 20 minutes.
Free tea and coffee will be provided throughout the evening.
Our open evenings are informal so you can drop-in at any time during the evening to chat to us. However, you may wish to join some of the talks below.
- Drop in: on arrival register in Grand Parade reception. This event will end at 8pm so make sure you leave enough time to ask us all your questions.
- Campus tours: optional tours of the campus will take place throughout the open evening, and will take around 20 minutes.
| Time|| Session||Room|
|| Pro-Vice-Chancellor's welcome and funding talk
||Sallis Benney Theatre
|| Craft MA and Textiles MA talk and tour
|| Cultural and Critical Theory MA talk and tour
|| Digital Music and Sound Arts MA talk and tour
|| Fine Art MA talk and tour
||Sallis Benney Theatre
|| Graphic Design MA tour and talk
||Sallis Benney Theatre (outside)
|| Inclusive Arts Practice MA talk and tour
|| Photography MA talk and tour
||Edward Street room 103
|| Sequential Design/Illustration MA and Arts and Design by Independent Project MA talk and tour
|| Curating Collections and Heritage MA and History of Design and Material Culture MA talk
|| Postgraduate research study: 'your PhD adventure; myths and legends'
University of Brighton City campus, Grand Parade building, 58–67 Grand Parade, Brighton, BN2 0JY
Car: there is no on-site parking at the City campus, so we recommend taking public transport if possible.
If you decide to drive, you might like to read the council's advice on where to park in central Brighton. Please bear in mind that parking in Brighton city centre can be expensive.
Bicycle: you can reach the campus using the city's network of cycle lanes. There are cycle stands off William Street accessed via Kingswood Street.
Bus: the campus is on most of the city's bus routes. For timetables and student fares visit the Brighton and Hove Buses website.
Train: the closest train station is Brighton, a 10-minute walk from the campus. For timetables check National Rail Enquiries.
You can view the map of the City campus with travel advice in the maps and direction