Bognor Regis Campus

About the campus

Bognor Regis is a seaside resort in West Sussex, close to Brighton and Chichester, also know as the “Little Brighton”. The town centre is characterised by large streets dedicated to pedestrians and offers a great variety of shops and cafes.

It is a major attraction for students who can safely stroll around and go shopping together!

Bognor Regis Campus – Main Entrance

 The campus is set in a leafy environment and has excellent modern facilities with well-equipped teaching and study rooms. All the student halls of residence are located on-site.

Bognor Regis campus is also only a few minutes away from the sea with its long promenade full of kiosks, restaurants, and bars. Students looking for fish & chips or a fresh ice-cream will find their needs fully satisfied here!

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On site Residences

Barbara Smith Residence

90 En-suite bedrooms

Up to 6 bedrooms per flat

Accommodation blocks are set over 3 to 4 floors

Centrally placed blocks next to the Accommodation office for easy arrivals, departures and queries during the stay 

Longbrook Hall

45 single standard rooms

7 twin rooms 

Accommodation block set over 4 floors

All bedrooms have their own washbasin facility

Shared bathroom facilities: 14 toilets and 16 showers/baths

Campus Fast Facts

Things to do in Bognor

Bognor Regis campus is also only a few minutes away from the sea with its long promenade full of kiosks, restaurants, and bars. Students looking for fish & chips or a fresh ice-cream will find their needs fully satisfied here!

Things to do in and around Bognor Regis:

1) Visit Butlin’s indoor Aqua Park for a fun day or afternoon.

2) Go to the beautiful Hotham Park, which surrounds Hotham House, built in 1792 by Sir Richard Hotham (the founder of modern Bognor Regis), and regarded by many as one of the finest Georgian houses in Sussex.

3) Take a train and visit Arundel and its beautiful Castle. Don’t forget to walk up the hill and see the Roman Catholic Cathedral – it’s worth the walk!

4) Take a train (15 minutes only) and visit the beautiful and quaint town of Chichester with its magnificent Cathedral and Roman walls. 

On-campus, there is a large refectory (a buzzing meeting point at mealtimes), a state of the art learning centre and plenty of green spaces where to play and relax. The new Tech Park, the technology wing of the university campus, was launched in 2018 by Meghan and Prince Harry.