University of Brighton International College
The University of Brighton International College (UBIC) offers pathway courses in partnership with the University of Brighton, and is integrated into the University campus.
With access to the excellent facilities of both the College and the University, you will have everything you need to prepare for a University of Brighton degree.
The International College is embedded on the University of Brighton campus, meaning that you will have the full UK university experience from the very start. You’ll also have access to the University’s many facilities, including libraries, art and design studios, and the Students’ Union, just like a University of Brighton student.
At the College, you will have the chance to meet students from all around the world. The same is true for Brighton itself, which is a diverse, multicultural city. Brighton’s beautiful beach, excellent shopping and exciting nightlife attract over 8 million visitors a year, and all kinds of world foods are available at its many restaurants.
For progression to the first year of a bachelor’s degree at the University of Brighton. Choose a subject to see Foundation Certificate course and progression degree information:
- Arts, Design and Media Foundation Certificate
- Business, Hospitality, Tourism and Social Sciences Foundation Certificate
- Computing Foundation Certificate
- Engineering Foundation Certificate
- Science Foundation Certificate
International Year One
For progression to the second year of a bachelor’s degree at the University of Brighton. Choose a subject to see International Year One course and progression degree information:
- Business International Year One
- Hospitality and Tourism International Year One
For progression to a master’s degree at the University of Brighton. Choose a subject to see Pre-Master’s course and progression degree information:
- Arts, Design and Media Pre-Master’s
- Business, Hospitality, Tourism and Social Sciences Pre-Master’s
- Science and Engineering Pre-Master’s
Note: course names and structures are correct at the time of publication (November 2016) for courses running in the 2017-18 academic year, and are subject to change. Contact us for course information relating to other academic years.