University of Brighton

University of Brighton

Mithras House, Lewes Road, Brighton, BN2 4AT
01273 600900
Vice Chancellor
Professor Debra Humphris

The University of Brighton is defined by its commitment to social relevance, steering its curriculum and research toward the public good as a trusted partner. Social and community activity is at the heart of its ethos, defining both who they are as an institution and what they strive to achieve. This is exemplified in its support for 14 academy schools and its award-winning community partnerships and Widening Participation programme.

The University is part of a forward-thinking city that is loved for being original, eclectic and a welcoming and exciting place to be. With over 20,700 students studying across five campuses in Brighton, Eastbourne and Hastings it has a footprint in diverse communities across the south coast. A £200 million investment programme is ensuring that its students have access to sustainable world-class facilities, including a state-of-the-art Advanced Engineering Building being developed with its industry partner Ricardo.

Its research has been assessed as world-leading in the areas of Art and Design, Computer Sciences and Infomatics, Sports and Exercise Science, and Leisure and Tourism. In the areas of Engineering and Earth Sciences much of its research is classed as internationally excellent and it is a top five university for research impact in Business and Management Studies.

It is one of the UK’s largest teacher training universities and a major Higher Education provider for healthcare and engineering professions. Together with its local partners it supports the Brighton and Sussex Medical School, rated by its students as the best in the country. 93 percent of the University’s students are in employment or further study within six months of graduating.

With staff and students drawn from over 150 countries around the globe the University is proud of its diversity and international focus.

Recent news from University of Brighton

21 March: We all need training to tackle child abuse
A whistleblower who exposed Britain's worst child sex scandal has called for more education and training to spot early signs of abuse.

20 March: Increased places to open up medical career options to those from disadvantaged backgrounds
It was confirmed that Brighton and Sussex Medical School (BSMS) will have 50 new places for undergraduate medical students from 2019-2020

19 March: What it takes to be a nurse
A good nurse is assertive enough to withstand pressures and yet remains completely compassionate to their patients.

16 March: Professor becomes Fellow
Professor Karen Cham, Professor of Digital Transformation Design in the School of Media, has been made a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts (RSA).

16 March: University of Brighton wins £4.2m for new nursing apprenticeships
The University of Brighton has won a £4.2 million contract to provide higher apprenticeships for the new role of Nursing Associate.

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