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Which uni to choose

Hello, I'm in a big dilemma on which uni to go. My options for outside of london are east anglia and brighton, and as I have never been there i dont know what to expect and see there. (so if u know how its there please let me know)
yet if they are any other cities in the uk that are similar to london please let me know so I can possibly get there through clearing :smile:
Thanks
Original post by userr456
Hello, I'm in a big dilemma on which uni to go. My options for outside of london are east anglia and brighton, and as I have never been there i dont know what to expect and see there. (so if u know how its there please let me know)
yet if they are any other cities in the uk that are similar to london please let me know so I can possibly get there through clearing :smile:
Thanks

Hi @userr456

I'm from Brighton and also work at Brighton University! So i'll be able to give you some information about the City 😁

Brighton City itself is an hour south of London and people from London often travel down, especially in the summer to spend time in Brighton, and visa versa. It's an easy trip, with an hour long train ride from London Victoria to Brighton.

Brighton is a really vibrant city, with lots always going on so you'll never be bored! We have the May festival on currently, which happens every year with loads of different shows and gigs you can attend, plus pop up entertainment all around the city. There is also currently the Artist Open Houses, where you can go into artists homes and view all types of different artwork of artists from the city. Throughout the year there are always loads of small and large gigs, art exhibitions, theatre shows and more! The city is full of bars and restaurants, your never far from somewhere to eat and drink in the city, with loads of food options! As someone who loves to try new food and meet friends for meals out, it's the perfect city πŸ˜€ Plus there's the beach, which is always a popular spot in the summer and somewhere beautiful to walk on a fresh (dry!) winters day. Brighton is also surrounded by the South Downs National Park, so if you are a nature lover there are plenty of options for country walks and beautiful views! 😍

As for Brighton University, I would definitely recommend attending an open day if you haven't already, as you'll then get to view the campus and accommodation on offer, plus get to meet current students and staff who can talk about your course of interest. You can sign up to the June Open Days now.

What course(s) are you interested in applying for? 😊

Brighton Uni is known for it's supportive and inclusive environment and has a focus on your future career, to make sure all the skills you learn through your course will not only prepare you for the subject you are studying, but for other skills needed to flourish in your career.

You can see what students say about Brighton Uni through this link and also chat to our current students to see how they find student life.

I hope this is helpful!

Best of luck with your Uni options and I hope you are able to make an open day 😊

Danielle - Brighton Uni Rep
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