The conference will be held in the city of Brighton, UK. All sessions will take place in the Moulsecoomb Campus, in Mithras House (Lewes Road, BN2 4AT).
Brighton is a tourist destination and has accommodation to suit all budgets. We have partnered with Visit Brighton, and suggest that you use this designated Accommodation Booking Website to book your accommodation and benefit from the discounted prices on offer.
How to get there
For directions and maps please visit the University of Brighton Moulsecoomb Campus page.
You can reach Mithras on foot from Brighton centre (20-30 mins), by train, by bike, bus or car.
The city of Brighton and Hove has just launched BikeShare, a cycling scheme for visitors and people who don’t own a bike. You need to download the Social Bicycles mobile app and get going. A bike location is installed in the Cockroft building (just across the road from Mithras). For more info about the Bike Share scheme see also the Brighton and Hove Council page.
- Moulsecoomb station is situated behind the Watts and Cockcroft buildings and is two stops from the main Brighton station. There are up to four trains an hour from Moulsecoomb to Falmer (four minutes’ journey time), two trains an hour direct to Eastbourne (35 minutes’ journey time) and regular direct and connecting services to Hastings (70 minutes’ average journey time). Mithras is 5 mins walk from the Moulsecoomb station – just walk down from the station and when you reach Lewes Road cross it and walk towards the South (turn right). You will see an a big brown building.
- Visit the National Rail Enquiries website for timetables and passenger information.
The Brighton & Hove Bus and Coach Company runs services across the city, with tickets for limited services running past our Brighton campuses and a discount for NUS card holders on all services. Tickets can be bought from bus drivers, online and on mobile phone apps. NUS tickets must be bought from 1 Stop Travel on North Street or at campus shops.