Campuses

The University of Brighton has 4 primary campuses situated across East Sussex in Brighton and Eastbourne. Each campus has its own rich individual identity, created by the buzz that students bring to each area. In addition to these primary campuses, we also provide services to several Partner Colleges across East Sussex to help those studying degree courses within these institutions.

Wherever you're based at the University of Brighton: we're always on hand to support you in getting the most out of your university experience.

About

The Moulsecoomb campus is split over multiple buildings: Cockcroft, Watts, Advanced Engineering, Mithras House and Huxley. Brighton Students' Union Reception is based at the Cockcroft Building. The SU Reception is located at the entrance to the Students' Union area on the ground floor of the Cockcroft Building. 

We also have SU shops in Mithras House and Cockcroft, as well as Basement Central Cafe

Transport

By Bus

The 25x and 25 are two of the most common buses that visit the Moulsecoomb campus. Although the campus is also on the 48, 49, 24, 23 and 50U service. 

A free weekday shuttle bus (the UB1) links all of the Brighton campuses and Varley Halls during term time. You can view live departures from the campus bus stop here.

By Train

Moulsecoomb campus sits right outside Moulsecoomb train station, and there are trains to and from Brighton 3-4 times an hour.

 

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About

Falmer is a picturesque campus up on the slopes of the South Downs. With a variety of University buildings including a sports centre and a large library.   

In Falmer you have a number of great Students’ Union facilities in our main building, Ringmer House: this includes an SU Shop, our Café (The Hive), plus our SU Reception for any advice or queries you may have.

We also have a large Common Room for students to use which includes a pool table, table tennis and microwave to heat up your lunch (free of charge!). 

Transport

By Bus

The 25x and 25 are the two of the buses that visit the Falmer campus. However, there is also a bus stop between both the Falmer campus and the University of Sussex is also on the 23 service, which travels between campus and the Marina. You can view live departures from the campus bus stop here.

A free weekday shuttle bus (the UB1) links all of the Brighton campuses and Varley Halls during term time. You can view live departures from the campus bus stop here.

By Train

Falmer campus sits right outside Falmer train station, and there are trains to and from Brighton 3/4 times an hour.

 

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About

The City Campus is situated in the heart of Brighton, opposite the iconic Brighton Pavilion. split over multiple buildings: Edward Street, Pavilion Parade and Grand Parade, 

Brighton Students' Union Reception is based on the mezzanine floor of the Grand Parade building. Round the side of the Reception is the Students' Union's Art Shop, stocking a wide variety of art supplies and course essentials, alongside meal deals, drinks and snacks. 

Transport

By Bus

The Grand Parade campus is right outside the Old Steine, one of the most visited bus stops in town. Nearly all bus services that visit Brighton will stop here along their route. You can view live departures from the campus bus stop here.

A free weekday shuttle bus (the UB1) links all of the Brighton campuses and Varley Halls during term time. You can view live departures from the campus bus stop here.

By Train

Brighton train station is a 15 minute walk away from the campus. Trains from London and all along the south coast regularly frequent the station.

 

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About

Eastbourne campus is spread across several sites all within a short walk of one another. Our SU Office is based in G19, Greynore 1 on the Darley Road site. We're there to lend you any support or advice you may need.

Eastbourne is full of various pubs, cafes, restaurants and bars. From ice cream parlours to cocktail bars, from Victorian tea rooms to traditional pubs, there are plenty of places to eat, drink and socialise with your new friends!

Transport

By Bus

You can reach the Eastbourne campus by the 3a bus, more information here.

By Train

Eastbourne train station is a 20 minute walk away from the Welkin campus. Trains from London and towns all along the south coast regularly frequent the station.

 

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