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Student Accommodations near 
University of Brighton (Moulsecoob Campus), Brighton and Hove

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The Furlong, Brighton
0.3 mi from University
( 6m
2m
6m )
gym
bills included
laundry facility
42 Room Options
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4 Offers
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£254/week
3D
Lewes Rd, Brighton
0.9 mi from University
( 19m
4m
11m )
Gym
study area
All Bills Included
8 Room Options
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3 Offers
From
£265/week
Moulsecoomb Way, Brighton
0.6 mi from University
( 12m
2m
7m )
dual occupancy
safety and security
bills included
1 more
8 Room Options
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£279/week
3D
London Rd, Brighton
1.5 mi from University
( 31m
9m
15m )
gym
bills included
game room
6 Room Options
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3 Offers
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£280/week
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London Rd, Brighton
1.5 mi from University
( 35m
11m
18m )
Wifi
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7 Room Options
3 Offers
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£282/week
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4.9
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Baker St, Brighton
1.4 mi from University
( 28m
10m
18m )
dual occupancy
bills included
study area
1 more
16 Room Options
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4 Offers
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£285/week
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5.0
(10)
Hollingdean Rd, Brighton
0.8 mi from University
( 18m
4m
9m )
study area
bills included
game room
17 Room Options
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2 Offers
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£285/week
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Baker St, Brighton
1.4 mi from University
( 28m
10m
18m )
Study Area
laundry facility
bills included
1 Room Option
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£290/week
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Hollingdean Rd, Brighton
0.7 mi from University
( 15m
3m
7m )
All Utility Bills Included
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Bike Storage
10 Room Options
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£295/week
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3D
Newmarket Rd, Brighton
0.7 mi from University
( 14m
5m
6m )
laundry facility
bills included
Social Spaces
17 Room Options
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4 Offers
From
£307/week
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

When should you start looking for off-campus University of Brighton student accommodation?

It's wise to start your search for off-campus accommodations early. Approximately 6 months prior is recommended. Amber assists you with the location's paperwork, the amenities offered, and the accessibility to and from your university. Thorough research is required to ensure a seamless booking of student accommodation near the University of Brighton.

What should I look for when booking off-campus University of Brighton student accommodation?

Consider the following points while looking at off-campus student accommodation near the University of Brighton with amber. 

Number of people you wish to live with

Housing-catered or self-catered

Ensuite or studio

Single or double bed

Room size 

Budget

Off-campus student accommodation

Any additional facilities

How can you book your off-campus University of Brighton student accommodation with amber?

Follow this step-by-step video guide, and after you shortlist from our catalogue of more than 5,000+ options in off-campus student accommodation near the University of Brighton, you will be provided free service throughout the entire process from our experienced team. Contact us for further questions and guidance, and we'd be happy to assist you. 

Which is the best accommodation near the University of Brighton?

Hollingbury House, Brighton, Pavilion Point, and IQ Brighton are some of the best student accommodations near the University of Brighton, providing excellent amenities and facilities.

How do I pay for my student room near the University of Brighton?

Multiple payment options are available. You can pay via net banking or your debit card. We also have our payment portal, where we can help you with the procedure. Students who book earlier often earn generous discounts. You can also leverage the discounts and cashback from group bookings.

Can I view the student accommodation near the University of Brighton before booking?

Absolutely. If you want to plan a location check before actually booking a residence, contact our booking experts, and we will arrange a virtual tour for you. And if you have any additional questions or need guidance, please contact us, and we'll be happy to assist you.

Is it compulsory to stay at the University of Brighton Hostels?

No, it is not mandatory to stay in any university hostel. You are free to reside in any accommodation of your choosing.

might have to pay a small premium. You can choose dual occupancy studios or share an apartment. You may avail of a discount if you live in a group.

Can I stay with a friend at my student accommodation near the University of Brighton?

You can share student accommodations with your pals, but depending on the property, you have our payment portal, where we can help you with the procedure. Students who book earlier often earn generous discounts. You can also leverage the discounts and cashback from group bookings.

Can I get furnished student accommodation near the University of Brighton?

Yes, all student accommodations are fully furnished.

What are the different accommodation types available for students near University of Brighton?

3 major configurations classify our student accommodation near University of Brighton options:

Shared: A shared room is where two or more students can share a single room, washroom, kitchen, and other shared spaces.

En-suite/Private room: An en-suite is where you get a private bedroom and bathroom, whereas the kitchen and living areas are shared with others.

Studios: A studio is a self-contained unit with a bedroom, a kitchen, and a private washroom. Two students may book a single studio together, subject to the policies of the accommodation provider.

You can thus make an informed decision based on your interests. You can choose between shared and private apartments depending on your budget.


Student Accomodations in University of Brighton (Moulsecoob Campus), Brighton and Hove

Student accommodation near University of Brighton (Moulsecoomb Campus)

The University of Brighton, which had started as a school of art, has bloomed into the diverse and varied institution it is today. There is a variety of different courses, from English literature and sports to medicine. There are a lot of fantastic student accommodation options near the University of Brighton (Moulsecoomb Campus)for the students. Amber provides a variety of affordable student accommodations like apartment studios, private houses (PBSA), ensuite rooms, non-en-suite rooms, and shared rooms that have complimentary facilities for the students, like free Wi-fi and laundry. They also have a few shared areas where you can meet and interact with other students.

The student accommodations are in close proximity to the university, so you will have easy access and little travel time. Student accommodations like Hollingbury House, Brighton, Pavilion Point, and IQ Brighton are comfortable, budget-friendly and loved by students. The prices start from £199/week and go up to £285/week. 

About the University of Brighton

The University of Brighton is a public university that was established in 1858 as a college and then received its university status in 1992. It includes 4 campuses in the Brighton and Eastbourne areas. 209 undergraduate courses and 160 postgraduate courses are offered by the University of Brighton for its over 21,000 students. A lot of their students come from over 150 different countries, and this makes the university diverse and inclusive. They also have over 2,700 members of staff. The campus offers 13 academic schools and 4 different libraries to choose from.

Tests like the IELTS, ISE, TOFEL, PTE and Cambridge are accepted for the scores, and the UKVI system should be followed by all International students. Students have a chance of receiving amazing scholarships from the university of Brighton, and they also have separate funding allotted for International students. External funding and sports scholarships are also available. Some of the world's leading research is produced by the University of Brighton.

The University of Brighton  (Moulsecoomb Campus) is equipt with amazing up-to-date facilities and resources like the student centre, library and the new Students union, fitness facilities and gym for its students to enjoy.

Best Student Accommodation at the University of Brighton (Moulsecoomb Campus)

When looking for student accommodation, comfort, location, price, facilities, and convenience are a few things to consider. They include facilities like access to a gym, laundry services, study areas and game rooms where you can interact with the other residents of the student accommodation. All the student accommodations are built with the comfort and convenience of students kept in mind. There are a variety of options like shared rooms, Ensuites and studios to take your pick from. All the bills are included in the rent, so there's no need to get overwhelmed by them. The student accommodations provided by amber are in central locations with lots of activities, cafes and bars to visit nearby. Some of the student accommodations are:

Hollingbury House, Brighton

Pavilion Point

IQ Brighton

Ravilious House, Brighton

Hillfort House

IQ Abacus House, Brighton

Holden Court, Brighton

Student Castle Brighton

IQ Sawmills, Brighton

Vogue Studios, Brighton

Cost of Living near The University of Brighton

For students, the cost of living is usually a huge factor and so knowing the approximate costs of the facilities and products will help them budget well and get an idea of what they need. Some of the approximate costs are included in this list, but the actual costs may differ depending on the students' personal lifestyles and expenditures. Brighton and Hove is one of the more expensive cities to live in, so the costs may be a little high. The monthly expenditure for a single person should be around £ 2,457 per month.


Food - Approximately £300- £400 per month

Transport - Approximately £90 - £100 per month

Phone Plan Approximately £25 - £40 per month

Recreation - Approximately £80 - £100 per month

Student travel at the University of Brighton (Moulsecoomb Campus)

Moulsecoomb, Falmer, City and Eastbourne each have a campus of the University of Brighton, with the Moslecoomb campus being the biggest. There are lots of activities to do and places to visit near the campus that the students will enjoy. However, for students, a university having a good network of public transport is necessary. The University of Brighton is connected by a vast network of public transport and roads for easy, quick access to the neighbouring places. Brighton city centre is just 2 miles South of Moulsecoomb, and many transport options like trains, bus services and cycles are available for the students. 


Bus 

There are multiple routes that often run from central Brighton, like the 24, 25, 28 and 49. The Brighton and Hove Bus company website gives detailed information on student passes and timetables. There are also free hourly bus services that are for the students to use during term time that runs between Varley Park and the Brighton Campuses.


Train

Moulsecoomb is the closest train station that has up to 4 trains running an hour from Brighton to Moulsecoomb,6 minutes, and two that run every hour directly to Eastbourne, 40 minutes. For unlimited travel by train, use the Unizone Ticket and for checking the timetable, check National Rail Enquiries.


Bicycle

The university includes multiple covered cycle stands that are also monitored by CCTV, and there are also cycle lanes that run from Brighton city centre to Moulsecoomb along Lewes road (A270) and all the way to Falmer.


Student Lifestyle and Living at the University of Brighton

Brighton is home to some of the prettiest parks, like Hove Park, and is full of greenery, which helps students rejuvenate from their tiring schedules. It has a friendly and welcoming atmosphere that attracts students from all around. It is full of bars, clubs, cafes and restaurants waiting to be explored and also galleries, museums and sports centres to spend time in. The student union also offers a variety of clubs to choose from, like the Aeronautical society, Anime and Manga society, Criminology society and Drama society.

Tourist Attractions near the University of Brighton (Moulsecoomb Campus)

Students looking to take a break and explore the city around them have a great opportunity to do that in Brighton. There are many places to visit, whether you want to go out for a few hours or you want to go away for the weekend.

Royal Pavilion

Brighton Beach

The Lanes

North Laine

Brighton Palace Pier

Courses at the University of Brighton

The University of Brighton started with art and now has spread to many different subjects. With amazing staff and facilities, students come from all over the globe to study here. 

Business Analytics.

Data Science.

Computer Science.

MBA and MIM.

MBBS.

Finance, International Business and Accounting.

Law.

Architecture and Construction Management.

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