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Starting at uni

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Like any new experience, there’s a lot to take in. We’ve put together some information to enable you to get to know your subject better and help get your studies and student life off to the best possible start.

Your course will open the door to professional practice, and will offer you opportunities to experience new things both inside and outside the classroom.

Watch this short film to learn more about the University of Brighton experience:

Start getting ready now

The following pages aim to give you a flavour of it’s like to study here and help you get to know us and your subject better. before you arrive.

Tour your campus

Our health courses are offered at two different campuses:

Eastbourne campus

  • Midwifery
  • Adult nursing
  • Occupational therapy
  • Physiotherapy
  • Podiatry

Falmer campus

  • Adult, child and mental health nursing
  • Diagnostic radiography
  • Paramedic science

Eastbourne campus

The library at Eastbourne

Greynore 1 building
See the Greynore restaurant
View the restaurant virtual tour

Hillbrow building
Tour the foyer, gym, lecture theatre and restaurant
View the Hillbrow virtual tour

Sports facilities
View our Eastbourne sports centre, swimming pool, sports hall, outdoor pitch and dance studio
View the sports facilities virtual tour

Trevin Towers
View the foyer
View Trevin Towers virtual tour

Falmer campus

inside the Checkland Building at Falmer

Checkland building
Tour the building exterior, foyer, Asa Briggs foyer, Asa Briggs lecture theatre and one of our seminar rooms
View Checkland virtual tour

Sports centre
View the Falmer sports centre gym
View Falmer sports centre virtual tour

Westlain
See our Westlain restaurant
View Westlain restaurant virtual tour

After A-level results

Check our website which will guide you through everything you will need to do before you start university:

  • Use our online checklists – these contain all the essential tasks that you will need to complete before you arrive, including how to enroll, sorting student finance, organising your accommodation and lots more.
  • Attend our online events – these are a great opportunity to find out what university life is really like, learn about the support in place to help you get settled, and ask any questions to our staff and student ambassadors.
  • Explore learning and living at Brighton – find out about the academic and wider student experience, and how we’ll support you to succeed and make the best possible start.

Stay in touch

Keep an eye out for our emails, take advantage of attending our online events and subscribe to this blog to be sent the latest news.

You can also chat to a current student online at anytime:

Visit the website to find out more about what to expect and what you need to do before you get here.

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