What's the best way to search for student housing in Brighton?
Start your student accommodation search online with a reliable student housing specialist like iQ. Read our Brighton area guide and browse our local accommodation options for your ideal setup and price range.
How much does student accommodation cost in Brighton?
Abacus House offers modern student rooms close to the University of Brighton and the University of Sussex, starting at £270 per week.
iQ Brighton provides accommodation in the heart of the vibrant local student community from £275 per week.
Sawmills is a small student building with just 51 residents, with rooms starting from £289 per week.
How do I pay for my student lettings in Brighton?
iQ lets you make one upfront payment or spread your costs over two or four payments throughout the year. Rent can be paid by credit or debit card, and international students can pay via an international bank transfer through Convera.
What are the best areas for students to live in Brighton?
Students in Brighton typically look for areas close to their campus and give them easy access to the area's best student hangouts. Good transport links are also a bonus. Hollingdean, Moulsecoomb and London Road are all popular areas for Brighton students to live.
iQ offers student housing in convenient locations to help you make the most of your uni experience.
What should I look for when booking Brighton student housing?
Don't hesitate to ask your landlord or building manager plenty of questions before you confirm your Brighton student accommodation booking.
Find out what's included in your rent, whether your flat includes furniture or appliances, and what amenities are onsite or nearby. You should also research the area to find out what living in Brighton as a student is like.
If you're planning to study at the University of Brighton, University of Sussex or the Medical School, iQ will help you to find affordable and comfortable student accommodation in the area.