People come from all over the world to soak up the atmosphere in Brighton: it's colourful, fun anf forward thinking. It's not a surprise that it's been voted the 'happiest place to live in the UK' year after year. Managing to keep its traditional seaside charm, people love relaxing on the beach, taking a stroll along the old Victorian Pier or stopping for some fish and chips on the seafront.
Once a small fishing village, Brighton grew quickly between 1750 and 1850 when the Prince Regent (later King George IV) came to live at the Royal Pavilion, the seaside palace. Now Brighton is one of the UK’s most popular destinations and is a vibrant cosmopolitan city of 250,000 people, an ideal place for international students to live and study.
About the college
Two miles north of Brighton city centre and the seafront, Moulsecoomb Campus is the largest of the five University of Brighton campuses, with more than 8,000 students. The Moulsecoomb campus is split over four buildings: Cockcroft, Watts, Mithras House and Huxley.
Students will reside on campus at Moulsecoomb Place, a 160 room halls of residence. These are spacious standard rooms with a wash basin in each room. Each flat has 6-8 rooms with 2 toilets and 2 showers. WiFi available throughout. On campus there is a sports hall with basketball and badminton courts, fitness suite and a climbing wall.
Students can also stay with host families in Brighton and the surrounding areas.
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