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Brighton

Brighton & Hove, a vibrant cosmopolitan city of 250,000 people, is an ideal place for international students to live and study.

  • well-established, large and welcoming student community which includes two universities
  • popular seaside town with the beautiful Sussex countryside only minutes away
  • excellent transport links to London, about 50 minutes away by train
  • quick and easy access to the international airports of Heathrow and Gatwick by rail and coach
  • full of unique tourist attractions and hosts many special events throughout the year

Attractions

The Royal Pavilion is one of the city's top attractions, along with Brighton Pier with its amusements, stalls and fun-fair.

Culture

In the city you will find several cinemas, concert halls, theatres, museums and art galleries. The Royal Pavilion, one of the most fascinating palaces in England with its Indian-style exterior and mainly Chinese interior, is the highlight of any visit to Brighton & Hove.

Entertainment

Brighton & Hove has probably the best choice of entertainment on the south coast. In the city you will find several cinemas, concert halls and theatres. Top names in the music world regularly perform here before moving to London's West End. In addition, Brighton & Hove has a reputation for some of the best nightclubs outside London with top DJ's regularly playing here.

Shopping

From the modern shopping mall in Churchill Square to the antique jewellery shops of the 'Lanes' in the old town or the bohemian shops of the North Laine, there is something for everyone.

Special Events

Throughout the year the city is host to many festivals and special events. The Brighton Festival of Arts and Music and Brighton Fringe Festival is one of the largest festivals in Europe. The London to Brighton Bike Ride, in June every year, is Europe's largest cycle event. The Brighton Food Festival takes place in September. The London to Brighton Veteran Car Run takes place on the first Sunday of every November and commemorates the Emancipation run of 1896.

Sports

As well as sports centres and swimming pools, there are sports facilities available for sailing, windsurfing, beach volleyball, golf, cycling, football, basketball and tennis, amongst others.

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