City College Student Centre
• Lectures and tutorials with our highly-qualified, professional teaching team
• Access to top quality teaching resources, rooms & studios
• Online access to course documents and study support through the college’s virtual learning environment
• An annual programme of guest speakers from industry - previous speakers have included DJ Steve Mac and internationally-renowned artists Annika Strom and Elpida Hadzi-Vasileva as well as key personnel from record companies such as Skint and Polydor
• Library and computing facilities, including membership of the college library and access to the dedicated HE computer room - the library has 87 workstations, over 40,000 books, 3,000 ebooks, 300 current periodicals, 2,000 DVDs plus 3,000 videos available as streamed media via our CCB TV site
• Access to the College’s student services, including welfare advice and intensive support
• Various refuelling options - The Refectory serves a wide range of affordable freshly cooked meals, with sandwich and salad bars also available
• Our Coffee Bar is open daily for all of your caffeine or decaffeinated needs
• Heavily subsidised art supplies available from the college's Art shop, which is open daily
• City College also operates Hair & Beauty salons which are open to the public offering exceptional value
• The opportunity to take/re-take a Level 2 English and/or Maths qualification
Brighton’s legendary DJ and dance music pioneer Fatboy Slim came to City College and fielded questions from music production students, leading to lively discussions on sampling and copyright. Norman has since promised to return to the college to give students tips on his trademark sampling techniques.
Businesswoman and high-profile media personality Deborah Meaden studied Business at City College in 1976-77 and has said that the experiences and knowledge gained during her course have stayed with her throughout her exceptional career. Deborah started out with very little capital, launching her own glass and ceramics import company straight out of college. She later joined the panel of investors for the infamous ‘Dragons’ Den’ series and has since invested in a number of successful businesses across the UK. She’s certainly an inspiration for City College graduates.