Brighton's rich mix of historic architecture, lively arts scene, varied shopping and cosmopolitan community make it a vibrant, enjoyable place to live. It is no wonder then that many Brighton graduates choose to stay here.
Whilst every effort is made to ensure that these university semester holiday dates are accurate, there are occasions when circumstances beyond our control may result in changes.
Brighton University Holiday Dates
Please note that some universities have decided to adopt slightly different half term and holiday dates to those shown here and it is therefore advisable to contact the individual school to confirm their dates.
Brighton's Social scene
Alongside the traditional seaside attractions, Brighton is famed for its exciting social scene with a wide choice of pubs, clubs and restaurants.
Arts in Brighton
The highlight of the city's cultural year is the Brighton Festival. The event is held each May and is England's biggest arts festival, which showcases arts and performance from around the world. Brighton is also home to the UK's oldest working cinema, the Duke of York's, which shows alternative and mainstream films. The city is also well known for its exciting music scene and hosts The Great Escape music festival.
Sport in Brighton
Whether you take your sport seriously or just want to keep fit, Brighton offers all kinds of sports opportunities and facilities, on and off campus. You can also make the most of the location, and play volleyball, basketball and windsurfing down by the beach.
The seafront is also the finishing point for the famous London to Brighton bicycle ride and the quirky veteran car run.
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