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.
Whatever you decide to study, you’ll live and learn as part of a talented, diverse and welcoming community, alongside other students preparing for careers in the arts, business, media, life and health sciences, design, engineering, medicine, social science and education.
Learn more about why you should consider studying at the University of Brighton below. To begin your UK university application, arrange a free consultation with SI-UK London today.
Five Reasons to Study at the University of Brighton
1. Masters degree with placement
A masters degree with a placement year will give you a chance to put what you learn on your degree course into practice in the workplace.
Brighton placement courses last two-years meaning that you will also qualify for a two-year study visa. The new Graduate Route introduced in the UK also means after successfully completing your course, eligible students have the opportunity to continue adding to their work experience in the UK and work for a further two years.
Placement partners at Brighton include BMW, Disney and HSBC and many students go on to take up full-time roles in the companies where they took their placement.
2. Great location
Brighton is a thriving coastal city with a strong multicultural makeup which regularly ranked as a top 10 UK best student city, as well as being in the top 100 worldwide (QS World Rankings). Brighton is just 50 mins from central London by train and is the UK’s unofficial LGBTQ capital.
3. Graduate employment
Brighton provides opportunities on and off your course to enhance your employability prospects, and graduates have lifelong access to the University Careers and Employability team who can offer guidance and advice. Following the last Graduate Outcomes survey based on 2017/18 leavers, 91.6% of Brighton graduates were in work or study 15 months after leaving.
4. Research strength
92% of University of Brighton research is rated as world-leading or internationally excellent in terms of research impact, whilst also being in the top 25% of UK universities for world-class research impact (REF 2014).
5. Professionally accredited courses
Over 50 professional organisations recognise and accredit Brighton courses, giving you an additional qualification, license to practise or exemption from professional exams, helping you with the best possible preparation for after you graduate.
Study at Brighton
If you want to learn more about studying at the University of Brighton, arrange a free consultation with SI-UK London today.