City campus, University of Brighton located at 58-67, Grand Parade, Brighton BN2 0JY, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 01273 600900

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Grand Parade campus, University of Brighton brighton
Grand Parade campus, University of Brighton brighton
Grand Parade campus, University of Brighton brighton
Grand Parade campus, University of Brighton brighton
Grand Parade campus, University of Brighton brighton
Grand Parade campus, University of Brighton brighton
Grand Parade campus, University of Brighton brighton
Grand Parade campus, University of Brighton brighton

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Lauren Clements

4 Google Rating

Good university, great teachers and lovely people

4/ 5

Good university, great teachers and lovely people

Hashem Noorbakhsh

1 Google Rating

Run Away from this place, if you don’t want to lose your money and time. I studied for a foundatio

1/ 5

Run Away from this place, if you don’t want to lose your money and time. I studied for a foundation degree in business management but never received any sort of degree for it. After summer was over, I waited and I waited hoping my degree would come through the door after I paid them £12,000. September came, I needed my foundation degree badly. I had to have my degree to do the final year. So I called the ESC to see what’s going on? They had no idea where my qualification was. I called up Brighton university (they did not know about me at all) I mean what kind of institution does not know about you. Basically I flashed 12,000 down the toilet. After all the stress they gave me, ESC and Brighton University decided to give a Mickey Mouse paper stating that I have completed my studies. The piece of paper is not A DEGREE it does not confirm my studies or my studies in business Management. TAKE YOUR MONEY AND RUN. What an absolute awful experience I suffered, as a result of my choice. A Bunch of unprofessional, disorganised people with not any sort of leadership or accountability are running this place. RUN AWAY FOR YOUR LIFE NOW. I hope you burn in HELL.

Joe Ainsworth

5 Google Rating

Brilliant place. Lots of interesting people.

5/ 5

Brilliant place. Lots of interesting people.

TVN

1 Google Rating

This is a work in progress, a construction site, there's little, to nothing, being taught here.

1/ 5

This is a work in progress, a construction site, there's little, to nothing, being taught here.

Johnson

1 Google Rating

1/ 5

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