The University of Brighton is a strong and distinctive institution. It makes major contributions both to the national system of university education and to its local and regional communities.
Since university designation in 1992 the university has experienced a decade of steady progress. Student numbers have grown from 11,000 to 20,000, and the number of academic awards made each year from just under 3,000 to over 4,500.
External assessments of the quality of teaching and of graduate employment have ranked among the strongest in the country, and the recent national assessment of research found more Brighton staff working at international standards of excellence than in any other â€˜newâ€™ university.
The university has an enviable reputation for supporting students as individuals within a new 'mass' system. We have worked hard at improving the quality of our working environment, with nearly Â£100m of capital development, including new libraries on three of our four campuses.
We have cemented productive partnerships with the public service and local authorities, with bus...
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