The University of Brighton is a public university based on four campuses in Brighton and Eastbourne on the south coast of England. Its roots can be traced back to 1858 when the Brighton School of Art was opened in the Royal Pavilion. It achieved university status in 1992. The University focuses on professional education, with the majority of degrees awarded also recognized by professional organizations or leading to professional qualifications. The University of Brighton has been part of the city of Brighton & Hove since 1859, starting as a school of art in the kitchens of the Royal Pavilion and growing to become the diverse and inclusive institution it is today.We have some 19,000 students and 2,600 staff studying and working at our four campuses in Brighton and Eastbourne. Subjects taught here range from medicine to engineering, psychology to illustration, sport science to English literature. Students are at the heart of all that we do and take an active role in their learning experience. They leave us ready to make a difference in the world.The University is known for its contributions in automotive engineering, for example, developing the 2/4 SIGHT Engine. The automotive engineering course is offered jointly with the University of Sussex. In the 2008 Research Assessment Exercise, the Automotive Engineering research group had 70% of its research rated internationally excellent or world-leading and 95% deemed to be internationally recognized.The University has four campuses: three in Brighton, Falmer, City and Moulsecoomb and one in Eastbourne. The University of Brighton is committed to continual advancement as an institution, providing a teaching and learning environment that inspires and encourages students to excel in their areas of study. The quality of the university's teaching is demonstrated by our performance in a range of external assessments. Milestones in our historyThe University of Brighton is steeped in history and since its humble beginnings 150 years ago, in the kitchens of the Royal Pavilion, a great many institutions have come together to make it one of today’s leading modern universities.We can trace our origins back to the mid-19th century in Brighton and the mid-20th century in Eastbourne. Since being granted university status in 1992 the university has grown steadily. More than 7,000 students graduate each year in a range of subjects as diverse as automotive engine design, law with accountancy, midwifery, three-dimensional design, architecture and pharmacy.To explore how we got here, we have picked out key moments that have shaped and defined the institution. The following is a pictorial overview of the milestones and major landmarks in the history of the University of Brighton.Our values:-InclusivityWe’re committed to developing and nurturing a diverse community, that supports not only inclusion in the university but through the impact of our activities in local, national and international communities. We champion and nurture inclusivity, diversity and equality to the highest levels, recognising the value it has to the future of our students, staff, partners and community.SustainabilityWe recognise and value the critical importance sustainability has for the future of our students, staff, partners and community. Whether it’s through buildings of the future, a strong and protected financial position or the long-lasting knowledge and support we give our students and staff – sustainability will be highly valued, underpinning decisions we make and the activities we do, now and in the future.CreativityNurturing creativity is key to ensuring we continue to grow and develop our activities. We’re committed to creating new, radical and exciting opportunities for our students, staff and community. We recognise the scale of the challenges we face as an institution, society and world and place value on tackling these in creative and innovative ways.PartnershipPartnership is at the core of who we are. Through partnership we create distinctive educational programmes, we share and disseminate our research and enterprise and we create mutual benefit to our city, our region and globally. They are critical to our success as an institution.
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On 5-6 April 2022, the University of Brighton is holding its second annual Giving Day to raise money in support of our Student Potential Fund.Read more →
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