Brighton has a mainline railway station, many bus routes, coach services and taxis.
Brighton is connected to the national road network by the A23 (London Road) northwards, and by two East to West routes: the A259 along the coast and the A27 trunk route inland.
Most international students fly to Gatwick or Heathrow airports and get a train, coach or taxi to Brighton. An alternative route is via Euro-Star and the Channel tunnel, which takes you to London St Pancras from where you can get an internal connection to Brighton. The journey from London takes about 1 hour.
You can easily find the school at our address in central Brighton. We provide students with full travel details when they complete their course enrolment.