University of Brighton Campus

University of Brighton Campus

Grand Parade

We have three campuses in Brighton – Grand Parade, Moulsecoomb and Falmer.

Grand Parade is in the city centre and home to our arts and humanities students. Specialist facilities, studio space and our world-class Design Archives all make for an inspiring environment where creativity thrives.

Moulsecoomb is our biggest campus with more than 8,000 students. Subjects based here include architecture, business, computing, maths, engineering, product design, life sciences, geography, building, media and pharmacy. Students benefit from professional-standard equipment and great transport links to the city centre and outside of Brighton.

Falmer is around four miles from the city centre and where nurses, teachers, linguists and social scientists are based. Here you will find excellent sports facilities, new psychology laboratories, and good rail and bus links.

What’s on campus

Our Grand Parade campus is in the cultural heart of Brighton, a short stroll from the beach and the pier.

Grand parade

The nearby Phoenix Brewery halls of residence is home to 300 students. The city centre is just a short walk away, including the popular Kemp Town, Hanover and Queens Park areas.

Social scene – At the Grand Parade campus you are just a few hundred metres from the bars, pubs, clubs, theatres, comedy and live music venues that make Brighton a popular London destination for a night out. In the summer the seafront buzzes with activities and impromptu BBQs and picnics on the beach.

Arts – Brighton hosts England’s biggest arts festival in May each year, and has a selection of highly regarded theatres, galleries and events, not to mention the quirky Royal Pavilion which has become a symbol of the city’s eccentricities. The campus’ Sallis Benney theatre and gallery host a number of events during the festival and throughout the year.

Huxley Exterior

 

Sports – You have access to all of our sports facilities at our Falmer and Moulsecoomb campus, including gyms, astroturf pitches and a climbing wall. The nearby seafront is popular with runners and cyclists, and beach volleyball is commonplace throughout the year.