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Greater Brighton Metropolitan College

Greater Brighton Metropolitan College (MET) was created from the merger of City College Brighton and Northbrook College Sussex. Greater Brighton Metropolitan College is the largest provider in West Sussex of undergraduate courses for the creative and cultural industries.

Town Centre
Town Centre

In or close to the centre of a town

Suburban
Suburban

On the outskirts of a city or town

UCAS Code: N41

Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF)

TEF Silver is awarded to institutions that deliver high-quality teaching, learning and outcomes for their students, and consistently exceed "rigorous national quality requirements" for higher education in the UK. Find out more about TEF.

Student Services and Facilities

Libraries and Information Services

  • Learning Resource Centres (LRCs) are at the centre of college life. They provide access to a range of computers, flexible study areas and course-related resources both online and via a large library collection.
  • Additionally, students can book workshops and one-to-one sessions to develop their information literacy, research and software skills.

Careers advice

  • The Careers Service at Greater Brighton Metropolitan College can help students with developing their CV, local job search, interview skills and confidence-building.

Disability support

  • Greater Brighton Metropolitan College welcomes applications from people with disabilities. The college will take all reasonable steps to remove barriers to learning and educational achievement and to create an inclusive learning environment.
  • A team of qualified tutors are specially trained to identify and assess students' particular needs.
  • Please refer to the college website for details.

Notable Alumni and Famous Faces

  • Jamie Hewlett – creator of virtual band Gorillaz and winner of the £25,000 Designer of the Year award.
  • Alan Martin – comic writer and co-creator of the comic strip Tank Girl with Jamie Hewlett.
  • Claire Phillips – a portrait artist, whose paintings generally have a social or political narrative.
  • Paul Norris – Oscar-winner for Achievements in Visual Effects in the film Ex Machina.
  • Helen Woolf – star of the West End show Wicked.

Address

Brighton Greater Metropolitan College, Littlehampton Road, Worthing, BN12 6NU