British Learning Academy operates from two centres.
The campus is set in beautiful surroundings, with plenty of green space to relax in and the desirable combination of attractive, historic buildings and excellent, modern facilities.
The campus was founded by William Otter, Bishop of Chichester, in 1839 and the original parts of the University still retain a strong sense of history.
In Summer 2012, a major refurbishment of the building was completed to further enhance resources and introduce a café, complete with ample social study areas. This award-winning, modern facility has an extensive and regularly refreshed library, complete with a large range of books, papers and journals.
On campus there is a large refectory (a buzzing meeting point at meal times), and a smaller café for students and staff called Holts.
The campus is equipped with very spacious classrooms and auditoriums, outdoor spaces, two indoor gyms, rock climbing wall, football pitches, tennis courts, and many communal areas where students can gather after lesson.
Bedrooms are all modern and well equipped. They are single study rooms with a wash hand basin, wardrobe and desk in the room. Bathroom facilities are shared between six people, with a ratio of 1:3.
Bathrooms and communal spaces are cleaned daily, bed linens and towels are changed weekly. Laundry service is available on campus.
There is free Wi-fi all around the campus.