The University of Brighton is a state funded college dependent on four grounds in Brighton and Eastbourne on the south shore of England. Its underlying foundations can be followed back to 1858 when the Brighton School of Art was opened in the Royal Pavilion. It accomplished college status in 1992. The University centers around proficient training, with most degrees granted additionally perceived by proficient associations or prompting proficient capabilities. The University of Brighton depends on the south bank of England, with three grounds in Brighton and one in Eastbourne. The
College offers college degrees in subjects from design to birthing assistance to sports science. The accentuation is on incorporating learning. An enormous extent is proficient and practice-based, certified by outer associations. All courses offer business related learning.
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- The University's Community University Partnership Programme received an honourable mention at the 2010 Community-Campus Partnerships for Health awards and was highly commended in the Social Responsibility category at the 2009 Green Gown Awards.
- The 2008 Research Assessment Exercise confirmed that 79% of the University of Brighton's research output is of international standing.
- The University's RAE ranking rose from 80th place in 2001 to 59th in 2008, leading it to be described as one of the "rising stars" in the UK.
- Sixty-five per cent of research in art and design at the Faculty of Arts was classified as either "world-leading" or "internationally excellent".
- Brighton is also ranked as one of the leading modern universities in terms of the quality of its research by the Research Fortnight newsletter.
- International student scholarship up to £2,500
- International Research Scholarship worth the full tuition fee for each year of the research degree (for up to a maximum of three years)
- International Huxley Scholarship of £2,000 scholarships for international students studying certain MSc and MRes programmes within the School of Pharmacy and Biomolecular Sciences
£12,000 to £16,900