WELCOME TO MITHRAS HALLS
Hello and welcome to Mithras Halls of Residence!
Mithras Halls is located just in front of Mithras House on Lewes Road, Brighton and we are one element in the university’s Brighton Big Build Project. This new construction first welcomed students in Sept 2021.
The accommodation is made up of 5 towers: Brunswick Hall, Goldstone Hall, Hanover Hall, Preston Hall and Regency Hall, ranging from 9 storeys to 18 storeys. The towers generally comprise of 2 x 8 bed flats per floor.
We are centrally located in the city for bus and rail connections and a short walk to the seafront.
We want your stay to be a safe and enjoyable one, so please don not hesitate to speak to our friendly and knowledgeable team with any queries you may have.
With best wishes for a happy and successful year in accommodation and with your studies.
Uliving Residence Manager
At the heart of the University of Brighton's largest campus, Mithras Halls is just moments from the countryside and a short distance to the beach. You are also a short walk from the train station, Aldi, Costa and more.
The onsite laundry makes those very necessary jobs just that little bit easier. You can view the laundry in the above 360.
The hub for all your support, pop-in here to ask questions and report maintenance requests. You can also do that here.
Our Residential Life team at Mithras are here to support you during your time with us, and to create a friendly positive and inclusive environment for you to live in. We know that it may be easier to talk to a fellow student than a member of staff, so each flat is assigned an upper-year Student Residential Advisor (SRA), who will live and work in the accommodation and check in with you regularly throughout the year to say hello. Flat and individual meetings will take place virtually using Microsoft Teams.
The SRAs organise and deliver social events where there’s an opportunity for you to build genuine friendships and have fun. We hope that you will experience a real sense of belonging and that you will quickly feel at home.
You can contact an SRA about any concerns you might have, no matter how big or small. It could be a general question about university, or perhaps a flatmate dispute. You might be concerned about someone you live with, or maybe you are feeling homesick and just want someone to talk to. If an SRA is unable to help you, they will know someone who can.
A guide to residential life will be waiting in your room when you arrive.
To meet the team and for more information, clikc the link below
Mithras halls is in a great location for getting to our other campuses and into the city.
Some of you will have just a short walk from the halls to the Moulsecoomb campus buildings for your teaching!
If you’re studying at Falmer, the campus is about a 45 minute walk or 15 minute cycle from Mithras Halls. Cycling into the town centre and the City Campus takes about half an hour.
Cycling is a great option for travel to our campuses and within the city, with facilities at all sites and a network of cycle lanes throughout the city.
You’ll find a Beryl bikes a short walk away on the Moulsecoomb campus in front of the Cockcroft and Advanced Engineering Buildings. Docking stations can also be found on or near to all our Brighton campuses, providing a great option for getting to campus and into the city.
If you’re thinking of bringing your own bike to university, or buying one when you’re here, bikes can be stored in the cycle cage at your halls, or in cycle parking across the Moulsecoomb campus. All our campuses have bicycle parking, bike pumps and cycle repair kits free to use, and lockers available on some campuses. Check out where all the facilities on our online map.
Plan your cycle route using Brighton and Hove’s online cycle map or pick up a paper copy from your halls reception.
From Mithras halls you can join the city’s network of cycle lanes on the A27 – from here you can follow the cycle lanes to the Falmer Campus, City Campus and City Centre.
If you're cycling or walking to Falmer, when you reach the Lewes Road- Stoney Mere Way junction, cross under the train line and follow the shared cycle path running parallel to the train line and enter the Falmer campus close to the Sports Centre. View the route on the c-change cycling pages.
The 24, 25, 28, 29, 48 and 49 buses run along the Lewes Road to the City Campus and the City Centre, and Falmer with a bus stops directly outside the halls on the Lewes Road.
For buying bus tickets, checking routes and planning your journey use Brighton & Hove’s ‘M ticket’ app, you can also buy a student ticket with a valid student ID. You will need to verify your student status on the B&H Buses app.
Moulsecoomb Train station is short walk from your halls and you can catch trains into Falmer, Brighton and to Lewes, Eastbourne, Hastings and Ore, and connections to London form Brighton or Lewes.
walking and cycling
Walking and cycling is a great way to cut carbon, save yourself some money, and keep fit. We have walking and cycling facilities across all campuses, including bike stands and external bike pumps. We also have Brighton's Beryl bikes on all our Brighton campuses - so you can enjoy getting between the campuses and around the city by bike.
View all campus facilities, including the Beryl Bikes locations, on our walking and cycling interative map.
Our Food on Campus service runs 13 cafes and canteens across campuses, giving you loads of options for food and drink in between your studies.
We also have a Click & Collect service running every weekday from 10:30am-3pm from our Food Hubs, so you can enjoy great food from the comfort of your home without having to cook or clean. Order your food now:
Here at Mithras, your closest outlet is Mezz Canteen, but you also have easy access to Cockcroft Book&Bean and Mithras Book&Bean. More information about our menus, outlets and opening times can be found on our outlet finder, stop by for a coffee, meal deal or enjoy a selection of our hot meals, the choice is yours.
EXPLORE MEZZ CANTEEN
Sport Brighton offer services to keep you active, play sport and socialise.
Sport Brighton offer services to keep you active, play sport and a chance to socialise. Whilst this academic year may be a little different due to the current pandemic we are working hard to ensure you can access our services as safely as possible and within the industry and government guidelines. The nature of the situation means that our most up to date information can be found on our website and social media channels. Be sure to follow Sport Brighton online to keep up to date.
A big hello from your Students' Union! We are a supportive, representative, and fully independent charity run by students, for students. We're here to make your student life better.
Whether that’s getting involved with our societies and sports, representing your student voice, providing you with academic advice and support or helping you gain valuable employability skills by working and volunteering with us.
No matter where you're studying, we're always nearby for a friendly chat or advice.
To find out more, visit our website www.brightonsu.com.