History - Summer in the City: Exploring Brighton's Unique History - short course
Course aims and areas
We study the fascinating history of Brighton in two classroom sessions giving a brief historical overview and looking at early maps. This will be followed by three field trips, getting to know our unique city, discovering lots of hidden gems and understanding how Brighton evolved from a small Georgian fishing town to the vibrant seaside resort of today.
Be prepared to walk on each field trip for almost two hours, bring suitable clothing for all weather and bring water if it is hot.
Access to quality teaching resources, rooms and studios
Online access to course documents, resources and study support through the MET’s virtual learning environment
Library and computing facilities
Access to the MET’s student services, including career advice and additional learning support
Cafés and coffee bars with a wide range of reasonably priced meals, snacks and drinks
A travel agency and a hair and beauty salon, which are both, open to the public and offer exceptional value
Discounts may apply depending on your circumstances. For this course, please see payment bands below.
Band (A) £88: If you are not claiming any housing benefits, you will need to pay the full course cost.
Band (B) £66: For those claiming housing benefit, council tax benefit, income support or pension credit.
Band (C) £44: For jobseekers claiming JSA or ESA.
Please note: if you wish to book onto this course under band B or band C, you will need to visit the enrolment centre at the college in order to show proof of benefits.