When you study in Brighton, you can live in our Kaplan Living Brighton residence and enjoy student life in comfort and style.
Opened in September 2019, this new accommodation option has been designed with you in mind.
With a convenient location close to the beach and the College, your new home at Kaplan Living Brighton is the perfect place to be during your pathway course at the University of Brighton International College. Take a tour to see more!
It’s easy to book your accommodation in Brighton. View our accommodation guide to explore your housing options.
Take a look inside a classic bedroom, kitchen and a studio apartment at Kaplan Living Brighton to see which room type suits you and your needs.
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Games area at Kaplan Living Brighton
Private bathroom at Kaplan Living
Private bedroom at Kaplan Living
Fully equipped kitchen
Student starter pack
Social space at Kaplan Living Brighton
Studio apartment at Kaplan Living
Classic bedroom at Kaplan Living
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Key features of accommodation in Brighton
Book accommodation with us, and you’ll enjoy the following:
All private bedrooms and bathrooms
Private or shared kitchens available
Free regular cleaning service of communal areas
Shared social spaces — ideal for spending time with friends
Free high-speed WiFi
All bills included — electricity, gas, water
Safe place with security cameras and on-site staff
Single-gender housing options available
Kaplan Living Special Support
As part of our commitment to providing the best service and level of care for our students, the Kaplan Living Special Support service offers additional support to students at Kaplan Living Brighton from January 2021. This service is included in all accommodation packages for students under 18, covered by an additional £300 fee. You’ll benefit from access to Wellbeing Coordinators living in the residence who will be available 24/7 to support you by:
answering any questions you may have prior to your arrival
helping you settle into life in the UK
organising any required self-isolation period
assisting with making medical appointments
handling any emergencies throughout the night
arranging video calls with your parents
encouraging you to engage in college and residence activities.
While this service is mandatory for students under the age of 18, it is also available to all other students as a fantastic extra layer of support for while they stay with us.
Accommodation guide for pathway courses starting between September 2021 and July 2022