University of Brighton Student Accommodation

By | 2nd May 2017

University of Brighton Student Accommodation

University of Brighton Student Accommodation, If you want to live in university accommodation, you have plenty of options to choose from in Brighton: halls of residence, unihomes, reserved rooms and homestay. In 2016 we offered every eligible student who applied a place in one of these options.

All university accommodation is either managed or checked by us, so standards are high and you have peace of mind.

We have halls of residence at four locations across the city. Prices range from around £76 to £180 per week, with the cost of some halls including breakfast and an evening meal during term time. Our allocation policy explains who is eligible to apply for university accommodation.

Costs listed below are for 2017 entry. The 2017 application deadline for accommodation is 15 July.

Campus Halls of residence Weekly (£) Contract (weeks) Catered/self-catered En-suite
Falmer  Great Wilkins (single) 146  50  Self-catered  Yes
 Great Wilkins (couples) 132  50  Self-catered  Yes
 Paddock Field (self-catered) 137  39  Self-catered  Yes
 Paddock Field (catered) 167  39  Catered  Yes
Grand Parade  Phoenix Brewery 150  39  Self-catered  Yes
Moulsecoomb  Moulsecoomb Place 161  39  Catered  No
Varley Park  Kingston 131  39  Self-catered  No
 Framfield 131  39  Self-catered  No
 Framfield (shared room) 76  39  Self-catered  No
 Firle 150  39  Self-catered  Yes
 The Hub (standard) 150  50  Self-catered  Yes
 The Hub (premium) 160  39  Self-catered  Yes
 Selsey 161  39  Catered  No
 Chalvington 161  39  Catered  No
 Cliffe 172  39  Catered  No
 Woodland and Downland 180  39  Catered  Yes
 Highview 180  39  Catered  Yes
 Coastland 150  39  Self-catered  Yes
 Upland (ensuite) 150  39  Self-catered  Yes
 Upland (shared bathroom) 142  39  Self-catered  No
 Hillside (ensuite) 150  39  Self-catered  Yes
 Hillside (shared bathroom) 142  39  Self-catered  No