Travelling by bus in Brighton
- Bus fares can be paid by with contactless, mobile ticket (M-ticket), The Key and cash. Students must verify their student status to purchase students tickets. View the Brighton & Hove student bus fares.
- Mobile and key card are the cheapest and easiest way to buy tickets. Download the Brighton and Hove Buses app to purchase tickets and show your phone to the driver when you get on the bus. You can also plan your journey, check live bus times and track your bus on the app.
Travelling by bus in Eastbourne
Stagecoach buses run regular services in Eastbourne, with services 3,3a and 4 serving the Eastbourne campus.
Plus, get the Stagecoach Buss App for journey planning, live bus information in real time and mobile bus tickets.
Brighton and Hove buses run a regular services between Eastbourne and Brighton, the 12, 12A and 13, with an approximate travel time of 1h30 mins. See the Brighton and Hove Bus company website for more information.
The University of Brighton campuses are well served by train routes, with Southern Railway operating a services between the Brighton campuses and Eastbourne.
Nearest train stations
|Campus||Nearest station||Walking time|
|Falmer||Falmer train station||5- 10 minutes|
|Moulsecoomb||Moulsecoomb train station||5- 10 minutes|
|City Campus||Brighton train station||10-15 minutes|
|Eastbourne||Eastbourne train station||15– 30 minutes|
|Hillbrow Sports Centre||Eastbourne train station||20 minutes|
|Queenwood library||Eastbourne train station||30 minutes|
|Welkin Halls||Eastbourne train station||20 minutes|
|Leaf Hospital||Eastbourne train station||12 minutes|
See details of the train offers available on the Student Discounts page including Railcards, Unizone and Transport for London 18+ Student Oyster Scheme.