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Do you love the peace and calm of a small town by the sea as well as the hustle and bustle of an expansive metropolis? Then there's a city that will surely win your heart, and it's none other than Brighton!
Because of the fact that it caters to people whose preferences are polar opposites, it's no wonder why Brighton is a popular tourist destination. Formally referred to as the city of Brighton and Hove, this seaside resort is a less than 30-minute train ride way from London.
Speaking of which, did you know that this city is also sometimes monickered as London by the Sea? That's because it was the favorite getaway of Londoners back in the late 1700s. In addition, these days a lot of students attending universities and colleges in Brighton are in fact from London!
Located in the county of East Sussex, student accommodation Brighton and also things to do outside of the classroom come abundantly, and that's why earning a degree in this seaside city is trouble-free.
What's so wonderful about Brighton is that there are numerous learning institutions to choose from. That is why it is regarded by many as one of the best cities in England to live and study in.
The University of Brighton and University of Sussex — these are the universities that Brighton is offering. The main campus of the University of Brighton is at Moulsecoomb situated on the edge of the city. The good news is that there's a train station in the campus that can take a student from another campus or elsewhere.
On the other hand, University of Sussex is found at Falmer located on the edge of the South Downs National Park and of course home to the world-famous American Express Community Stadium! Trains and buses are available for when going from student housing Brighton to the campus and vice versa.
There are also numerous colleges in Brighton available, and they are: Brighton Hove and Sussex 6th Form College (BHASVIC), Portslade Aldridge Community Academy (PACA), Brighton Metropolitan College, Brighton College, Varndean College and Plumpton College.
Being a student in one of the many learning institutions in Brighton, it's virtually impossible for you to run out of places to visit and activities to try once your classes are through.
For instance, the city is home to the oldest cinema in Britain (the Duke of York's Cinema) and oldest aquarium on the face of the planet (the the Sealife Centre). Getting hungry should be the least of your worries — there are so many foods to try and so many beverages to drink in the city!
One of the nicest things about Birmingham is that it has an incredibly rich culture. As a matter of fact, there are a number of parades that encourage everybody to exercise and enjoy their freedom. Some of those that will surely pique everyone's interest (not to mention elicit some giggles from them) include the Naked Bike Ride and Free the Nipple Rally.
If you want to get away from it all, you can always head to the pier to clear your head — it's the perfect getaway for when your university life is leaving you with high levels of stress.
Brighton is the perfect place for a student like you, thanks to the many universities and colleges within the city by the sea's borders, plus the various sights and sounds to experience outside of the classroom. Most especially if you love being near the beach, it's definitely the right city for you to be in.
If there's one downside to studying in Brighton, it's that it doesn't come with a cheap price tag.