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Brighton’s rich mix of seaside attractions, historic architecture, lively arts scene, varied shopping and entertainment, and cosmopolitan community make it a vibrant, enjoyable place to live.

It’s a small city but there’s probably as much going on here as anywhere in the country except London. So you get all the benefits of living in a major city but it’s easy to walk to shops, entertainment venues, clubs and pubs.

Visitors and residents alike love Brighton for the sea, the beach, the Regency architecture, the extravagant Royal Pavilion, the two piers and the Lanes (the fishing village from which Brighton developed), now a maze of narrow thoroughfares packed with shops and restaurants.

Alongside the traditional attractions there’s a wide choice of pubs, clubs and restaurants, a modern indoor shopping centre and specialist shops, excellent sports facilities, and a revamped beachfront.

Add in annual events like the comedy and arts festivals, and gay pride, and you’ll understand why so many students choose to stay here.

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Student Services

Student Services

Here at Castle School, staff can offer students help on: Welfare & Counselling, Passports & Visas, Insurance & Personal Security, Health & Safety, University Placement Advice and Airport Transfer.

Our Location

Our Location

We are situated a stone's throw from the main Brighton Shopping Centre of Churchill Square and a mere 10 minutes walk from the train station.

Accommodation in Brighton

Accommodation in Brighton

With both Home Stay and Self Catering accommodation on offer, you can find the right accommodation suitable for you. The average commuting time from nearby accommodation to school is just 15-30 mintues.

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