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University of Brighton

Brighton and Hove - United Kingdom

Overview

A part of Brighton since 1859, the university has been guided by its original ethos to become the diverse, multidisciplinary institution that it is today.

With 21,600 students studying across five campuses in Brighton, Eastbourne and Hastings, the university community demonstrates civic responsibility across the south coast and beyond.

We are defined by a commitment to social relevance, steering our curriculum and research projects away from the ivory tower and toward the fulfilment of public good as a trusted partner.

This not only involves active engagement with a local and global community but includes a coordinated effort toward creating an equal and sustainable environment within the university. This is based on the shared values of engagement, diversity, participation, collaboration and sustainability.

We are the leading university for the professions, particularly medicine, nursing, engineering and pharmacy.

The University of Brighton is a community of 21,300 students and 2,600 staff based on five campuses in Brighton, Eastbourne and Hastings.

This section details our commitment to quality teaching and research, and outlines statistics relevant to our student population, qualifications awarded, and graduate employment.


Faculties

Faculty of Arts

School of Architecture and Design

School of Arts and Media

School of Humanities

Centre for Learning and Teaching

Faculty of Education and Sport

School of Education

School of Sport and Service Management

Faculty of Health and Social Sciences

School of Applied Social Science

School of Health Professions

School of Nursing and Midwifery

Faculty of Science and Engineering

School of Computing, Engineering and Mathematics


English Requirements

Undergraduate: standard requirement for taught undergraduate courses
Level Qualification Result
Higher intermediate to lower advanced IELTS  6.0 (with no less than 5.5 in each component)
Higher intermediate to lower advanced Cambridge

CAE B2 score 52 (with a Borderline pass in each component)

Higher intermediate to lower advanced Cambridge

FCE B (with a Good pass in each component)

Higher intermediate to lower advanced Pearson (PTE)

56 (with no less than 51 in each component)

Higher intermediate to lower advanced Trinity

ISE II with a Pass with Merit in each component

 

Postgraduate: standard requirement for taught postgraduate courses
Level Qualification Result
Lower advanced to advanced IELTS  6.5 (with no less than 5.5 in each component)
Lower advanced to advanced Cambridge

CAE B2 score 58 (with a Borderline pass in each component)

Lower advanced to advanced Pearson (PTE)

61 (with no less than 51 in each component)

Lower advanced to advanced Trinity

ISE III with a Pass in each component


Scholarships

There are 40 University of Brighton international scholarships available to new, full-time international undergraduate and postgraduate taught-degree students.

The scholarship is worth £4,000 off the cost of your tuition fees for each year of your course.

Criteria

The criteria for awarding University of Brighton international scholarships are primarily merit-based. Merit does not necessarily have to mean academic merit but could also be interpreted to include outstanding performance in a variety of spheres.

The strongest candidates will be those demonstrating a mixture of academic merit (including English language ability) and other merit or outstanding achievement in a particular field of activity.

You will also need to show that you have sufficient funds to pay the remainder of the fees.

For further information please contact university.


Tution Fee

Tuition fees for 2016 entry

Below are the standard tuition fees for undergraduate and postgraduate international students.

Study level Course type Fees each year
Undergraduate Classroom based From £12,420
Laboratory/studio based From £13,800
Placement year £2,000
Postgraduate Standard From £12,690