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Almost 92% of Brighton graduates in work or further study after graduation

03 June 2021

Almost 92% of University of Brighton graduates are in work or further study 15 months after completing their course (Higher Education Statistics Agency 2017-18).

The University of Brighton is a forward-thinking, modern university delivering practice-based degree programmes with excellent connections to businesses and professional organisations.

At Brighton you are encouraged to explore your chosen subject in depth, helping put what you learn into practice through live projects, work placements and voluntary opportunities. You’ll get the chance to shape your studies to your passions and interests and take your learning in new directions so when you graduate you will feel confident to take your next steps towards your future goals.

You can join over 150,000 Brighton graduates in more than 140 countries in the world by beginning your UCAS application with SI-UK London today. Arrange a free consultation to get started.

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