Formerly City College Brighton and Hove and Northbrook College

Our locations

We support students across Brighton, Shoreham and Worthing

Where are we?

The international team is based at Brighton MET's central campus in Pelham Street. The team supports students across five campuses in Brighton, Shoreham and Worthing. English language classes all take place in central Brighton.

How to find us

Approximate distances by train: 

  • From London Gatwick: Brighton 40 mins / Worthing 45 mins (direct)
  • From London Heathrow: Brighton 90 mins / Worthing 135 mins (1 change)
  • From London Victoria: Brighton 60 mins (direct) / Worthing 80 mins (direct)
  • From London St Pancras (Eurostar): Brighton 60 mins / Worthing 80 mins (direct)

We also offer a full airport taxi transfer service at competitive prices. Select options when you apply for a course.

Brighton

Brighton MET’s main campus is located in the heart of  one of Europe’s most vibrant cities. With a population of around 275,000, this city is famous for its elegant historical architecture, diverse and exciting nightlife and varied arts and cultural scene. 

Brighton is located on the south coast of England, less than  an hour from London and within easy reach of major airports. It is a student-friendly city with a unique mixture of beach, city and countryside. Getting around is stress-free on the city’s excellent bus network, by bicycle or on foot. Cosmopolitan, colourful and creative – Brighton offers  something for everyone.

Find out more about living in Brighton

You will find up to date information about travelling to and from college in our Pre-arrival handbook

Brighton

Worthing

Northbrook MET has its two main campuses on the outskirts of Worthing, a charming seaside resort on the south coast of England, 20km west of Brighton. With a population of around 100,000, Worthing is the largest town in West Sussex. 

Worthing is well known for its theatre scene, and home to some of the best live theatre, comedy, and music on the South Coast. 

The beaches offer many opportunities for water sports including windsurfing, kite-surfing and jet-skiing. 

Discover Worthing

Worthing

Shoreham Airport

Northbrook MET’s third campus is located at Shoreham Airport also known as Brighton City Airport. The airport is mainly used for small private aircraft and for flying instruction.

Founded in 1910, it is the oldest airport in the UK and the oldest purpose-built commercial airport in the world. 

Its 1930s art deco terminal building is a slice of engineering history and well worth a visit.

Visit Shoreham Airport's website

Shoreham Airport
  • Central Campus - students outside

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To find out more, contact our international team