Formerly City College Brighton and Hove and Northbrook College

Information for new adult and part-time students

Student ID cards

To keep our College safe, all staff, students and visitors are required to wear ID badges at all times when they are on site. You will be stopped by College staff if your ID is not visible, and will need to purchase a replacement from Student Services if you lose it.

Your ID card also functions as a library card for access to the Learning Resource Centres, as well as for entry to exams.

Fees and financial support

Follow the link below to find out more about:

  • Fees categories - The costs and whether or not you have to pay for your course depend on your age, circumstances and previous educational history.
  • Fees for international students.
  • Financial support - If you are interested in studying a course but feel you would have difficulty meeting the costs, you may be eligible to apply for financial support from the College.
  • How to pay for your course.
  • What to do if you are being sponsored by your employer.
Course fees and financial support

Facilities on campus

Learning Resource Centres/libraries

Food and drink

Each of our five campuses has a cafeteria or refectory. These are open throughout the day with a breakfast, lunch and early evening service. If you have any dietary requirements, speak to a member of the catering staff who will be happy to help.  

Campus maps

Find your way around with our campus maps:

Brighton MET campuses:

Northbrook MET campuses:

West Durrington Campus map

Broadwater Campus map

Shoreham Airport Campus map


  • Brighton MET - Gym at East Brighton Campus (free to all students)
  • Northbrook MET - Fitness Centre at Broadwater Campus, Worthing (discounted rates for students)

Art supplies and stationery shops

You can find low-cost supplies in our shops at:

  • Brighton MET - Central Brighton Campus
  • Northbrook MET - West Durrington Campus, Worthing

Hair and beauty training salons

Term dates

Autumn term - 2019
Thursday 5 September - Friday 20 December 2019
Half term: 28 October - 1 November 2019
Christmas break: 23 December 2019 - 3 January 2020

Spring term - 2020
Monday 6 January - Friday 3 April 2020
Half term: 17 - 21 February 2020
Easter break: 6 - 17 April 2020

Summer term - 2020
Tuesday 20 April - Friday 3 July 2020
Half term: 25 - 29 May 2020

Getting to your campus

All of our campuses can be reached by car, train or bus. 

You will find more information about how you can travel to each campus on the Contact page of this website.

Read more about student responsibilities

You can read more about our expectations and what you can expect from the College, as well as our:

  • Student behaviour code
  • Acceptable use of IT
  • Health & safety

Please click here