Formerly City College Brighton and Hove and Northbrook College

What courses can I apply for?

Creative arts

Why study a creative arts degree at the MET?

  • Our West Durrington Campus in Worthing is a dedicated arts campus with hundreds of university-level students in art, design, theatre and music
  • Facilities on campus are of industry-standard
  • Our university-level teaching staff are experts in the creative industries and understand employer expectations
  • Class sizes are smaller than those at many universities, supporting you to build confidence in a friendly atmosphere
  • Alumni from our degree courses work in exciting roles across the creative industries, from film sets and theatres to fashion labels, publishers, record companies and games design studios

Our BA (Hons) Degree courses: Photography, Graphic Design, Illustration, Fine Art, Textile Design, Fashion Design, Costume for Performance & Film, Production Design for Stage & Screen, Hair & Make-up for Theatre & Media, Prop Making & Special Effects, Acting, Dance, Musical Theatre, Stage & Production Management, Lighting & Sound Design, Music Production, Music Performance, Music Business & Management
Find out more about these courses here >

Creative arts

Computing

Why study computing at the MET?

  • Our university-level HND courses have been newly designed in consultation with employers and professional bodies
  • Students learn from industry-experienced staff who understand employer needs
  • Course length is only two years, after which you have the option of either entering employment or joining the final year of an honours degree course at a university
  • Class sizes are smaller than those at many universities, supporting you to build confidence in a friendly atmosphere
  • You will be based in the heart of the vibrant city of Brighton
  • Our computing lab has its own isolated development network

Find out more about our Computing HND course here >

Computing

Engineering

Why study university-level engineering at the MET?

  • Motorsport engineering is taught in our specialist motor vehicle and aircraft facility at Shoreham Airport
  • General and electronic engineering are taught as part-time courses for people currently employed in the industry and are based at our Broadwater Campus, housing state-of-the-art machinery and software
  • Staff are industry-experienced
  • Class sizes are smaller than those at many universities, supporting you to build confidence in a friendly atmosphere

Our engineering courses: Foundation Degree/BSc Motorsport Engineering, HND General Engineering, HND Electronic Engineering - Find out more about these courses here >

Engineering

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