Formerly City College Brighton and Hove

Why the MET?

Greater Brighton Metropolitan College (MET) was created from the merger of City College Brighton and Northbrook College Sussex. It is the college for our City and our region and draws on 150 years of heritage, history and experience. The MET helps to build the self-belief, confidence and bravery our students need to meet and exceed their aspirations.
Study at the MET
Why the MET?

Part-time courses

Whether you are looking to develop a new hobby, improve your skills or move to the next level in your career, Brighton MET has a course for you.
Find out more
Part-time courses
Parents' and Carers' guide
What's the right option for your school-leaver? Our parents' and Carers' guide will walk you through the different options available.

Find out more

Leaving school next year?
Confused by all the different types of courses? Watch our animation which explains different routes into employment and higher education.

Find out more

Northbrook MET
Northbrook MET has two campuses in Worthing and one at Shoreham Airport. To find out what courses are on offer at these sites, please visit the Northbrook MET website.

Find out more

University level courses

We offer a variety of university level courses and qualifications which will prepare you for either employment or further study.

Find out more
University level courses
  • 5 campuses
  • 3,500 16-18 year olds
  • 7,500 adult learners
  • 1,000 graduates
  • 800 apprentices
  • 500 expert tutors
  • The Gallery
    The Gallery

    Enjoy the restaurant-quality food and service delivered by students in our training restaurant.

    Find out more
  • Metro hair and beauty salon
    Metro hair and beauty salon

    Professional pampering for a fraction of the price! Our students are undertaking nationally recognised qualifications and are supervised by highly exp...

    Find out more

Celebrating ambition, unlocking potential and transforming lives.

Read more about the MET
Stay connected