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The University of Brighton
Despite its size (20,000 or so students), Brighton is a laidback university. Its varied degrees have a strong professional focus - 94% of undergraduate courses have opportunities for work-based learning - with good graduate employment rates. The student body is diverse, with many part-time and mature students. The university is split over campuses in Brighton and Eastbourne. The appeal of the former is legendary and the steady spread of smart bars and boutiques by Brighton's pebble beach shows no sign of slowing. It does make the cost of living a bit pricey, though. Eastbourne is a more sedate seaside resort, but it's not too hard to get to Brighton for some ritzy fun. The University of Brighton
3,070 for full-time undergraduate courses in 2007-08.

Bursaries of 510 for all students with a household income of less than 38,330, rising on a sliding scale up to 1,020 for students with a household income of 17,910 or less. Scholarships are also awarded on the basis of student performance at the end of each year.

Over 1,900 places available in self-catered halls in Brighton and Eastbourne and a further 400 in university-managed private accommodation. Prices range from 60 to 90 a week.

Tel:01273 600900

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