Brighton and Hove has grown over the years and in the 21st Century is very popular. Around 275000 people live in Brighton, and with 2 universities the population is comparatively young and progressive. 69% of Brighton’s voters voted to remain in the European Union in the 2016 referendum.
With its cosmopolitan air, hundreds of restaurants, great nightlife and abundance of culture it is one of the most attractive and exciting seaside resorts in the whole of Britain. Brighton Pier and the Royal Pavilion are two of the most popular attractions in Britain.
Brighton and Hove is a famous holiday destination surrounded by the beautiful countryside of the Sussex Downs. It is a major university city, which attracts a large British student population to the universities of Brighton and Sussex.
The city is an important educational and cultural centre with an international reputation as one of the most fashionable cities of England.
Brighton and Hove is home to the famous 18th Century Royal Pavilion and with such a strong student population, it is no surprise that you can also enjoy:
- Impressive marina
- Museums, galleries and theatres
- A state of the art public library
Brighton is a great place to learn English. After a day of studying, you can enjoy the busy town centre, experience the exciting night life, or relax with beautiful views of the sea and fresh sea air. Castle School of English is in the heart of Brighton’s town centre, and students at the school can enjoy everything Brighton has to offer.