Edward Bawden, graphic interpretation of Brighton Pier, 1975, courtesy of the University of Brighton Aldrich Collection
Detail from poppies image in Graham Rawle's book the Wizard of Oz
Detail from a world map by Macdonald Gill, from a project researched and curated by Dr Philippa Lyon for the University of Brighton
Designers, courtesy of University of Brighton Design Archives: Willy de Mayo archive

Short courses

The university is open to the public for a range of events and opportunities. There are regular new developments in short courses across the arts and humanities including languages, creative writing and arts practices and development.

Regular courses are available throughout the year:

Creative writing and writing for personal development are offered through the award-winning Work Write Live initiative.

Staff, students and members of the public are encouraged to learn a language for work, pleasure or a qualification on our Falmer-based modern foreign language suite.

A popular series for arts practitioners, Making Your Way in the Arts invites public and students to consider how to move into business through the arts, and a number of new courses are being considered for development across arts and performance.