University of Brighton UCAS Code
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The University of Brighton is a thriving multi-campus university on the south coast of England. The university has a longstanding focus on practice-based and professional education; all undergraduate courses provide opportunities for work-related learning with many offering additional professional accreditation and extended work placements.
- The minimum qualifications required are 2 A levels and at least 3 GCSEs, which must include mathematics and English, at a minimum grade C.
- The university also accepts students with BTEC qualifications and those who have passed QAA-approved Access courses.
- The university accepts UCAS Tariff point equivalents to grades, enabling students with a wide range of post-16 qualifications, vocational achievements and international qualifications to be considered for admission.
- The university assesses applications on merit and a wide range of individual achievements are considered. This means that when assessing students’ potential, exam grades are considered alongside other factors such as family background, work experience and personal circumstances.
- The university’s focus is on enabling students to apply what they learn to real-life situations and challenges, developing the knowledge, skills and experience they need to make a positive difference to society and their chosen field when they graduate.
- There is a focus on enquiry and research-led learning to support the building of practical skills, confidence and independence.
- Equipment and facilities replicate industry and professional environments, enabling students to develop specialist skills that will benefit them long after they graduate.
- University of Brighton teaching staff combine teaching, practice and research.
- Please refer to the university website for details of the assessment methods for each course.
Type of Qualification:
- All Undergraduate (255)
- First Degree (245)
- Foundation Degree (6)
- LLB (5)
- Other Undergraduate (4)
Mode of study:
- Full-time (173)
- Part-time (14)
- Sandwich (68)
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