University of Brighton Location
University of Brighton
154–155 Edward Street
University of Brighton Location, Bicycle: You can reach the campus using the city’s network of cycle lanes. There are cycle stands off William Street and a cycle cage in front of the Circus Street Annexe, accessed via Kingswood Street.
Bus: Being so central, the campus is on almost all of the city’s bus routes. For timetables and student fares visit the Brighton and Hove Bus Company website.
Train: The closest train station is Brighton. It is a 10-minute walk from the campus. You can get unlimited train travel around the city using the Unizone ticket. For timetables check National Rail Enquiries.
Car: Because of its central location there is limited permit-controlled car parking on campus. Staff and students are encouraged to use bikes and public transport. There are a number of NCP car parks nearby. To get the best route for your journey use the following postcodes:
- Grand Parade main building and 68 Grand Parade – BN2 0JY
- Circus Street – BN2 9QF
- Pavilion Parade – BN2 1RA
- Phoenix Brewery halls of residence – BN2 9WJ
- St Peter’s House – BN2 9NA
- Dorset Place – BN2 1ST
From small beginnings in 1850s Brighton, the University of Brighton has grown to a complex and diverse institution based in three towns across the south coast of England.
Our ethos is defined by four core values:
Our students are part of a dynamic, diverse and creative community that embraces partnership working and that makes a positive difference to society.