These are the available Study levels for this Institution and the pathways Lu Gold EDC secures your admission for these study levels. Please note Direct Entry indicates a direct partnership Lu Gold EDC has with the Institution.
- 1Foundation Programme: KAPLAN and Student Apply
- 2International Year One: KAPLAN
- 3Undergraduate Degree: Direct Entry
- 4Pre-Masters Programme: KAPLAN
- 5Postgraduate Degree: Direct Entry
The University of Brighton can trace its origins back to 1859 when the new School of Art opened in the coastal town, with just 110 pupils.
After becoming Brighton Polytechnic and, in the late 1970s, merging with the East Sussex College of Higher Education, the institution gained university status in 1992. It focuses on professional education.
In 2006, the University of Brighton teamed up with engineering company Ricardo UK to open the Sir Harry RIcardo Laboratories, which carries out extensive research into - among other things - internal combustion engines and laser-based measurement techniques.
Five years later, in 2011, the university founded the University of Brighton Doctoral College, which oversees postgraduate research. It now has a community of more than 500 postgraduate research students.
In the same year, the institution’s International College welcomed its first students. The college provides programmes that prepare international students for undergraduate and postgraduate courses.
The university now has more than 20,000 students across its five campuses, which are located not only in Brighton, where there are three, but also in Eastbourne and Hastings.
To view all the academic programs, and fees for this institution, follow the links below:
You can use the links below to find out the specific fees for your course.
The University of Brighton has several scholarships available to Undergraduate and Postgraduate Students.
Follow the links below for the latest offers.
University of Brighton Scholarships