What separates Brighton from other universities is access to professors – you can ask them about anything you’re not sure about, and they’re very helpful and engaging if you have any questions or concerns.
I’m currently working as a summer intern for an investment bank in Sweden and both the placement I did and niche courses I studied really helped me to prepare.
Attend a 'Welcome to Bristol' talk to learn more about the University and student life or, why not, go on a tour of the campus with a current student and find out first-hand about their experiences of studying at Bristol.
The University of Brighton has such a nice environment and my teachers gave me practical tools that I could apply in the classroom straight away. Now that I’ve done my masters, I have knowledge about English teaching, which other Dutch primary school teachers don’t have, so in the future, I can combine teaching, which I love, with inspiring other teachers.
Brighton is a wonderful city, close to the sea and it’s really close to London too.
My course gave me a strong foundation in problem solving, and I still apply all the skills I learned in my practice every day. Since gaining my MSc, I’ve moved to Brooklyn to work in a sensory gym and a pre-school, and the university offered tremendous support during the US entry application process.
Bristol is known for its creative and vibrant community and is the home of world-famous graffiti artist Banksy. You can go on the Bristol Street Art Tour or visit UpFest, Europe’s largest, free, street art & graffiti festival, attracting over 300 artists painting throughout Bristol over the course of a weekend.