Formerly City College Brighton and Hove and Northbrook College

What courses can I apply for?

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
Engineering

Computing, business and hospitality management

Why study computing, business and hospitality management 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
Computing, business and hospitality management

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
Creative arts

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