Greater Brighton Metropolitan College (MET)
Study 16+ college courses at MET's Brighton, Shoreham, or Worthing campuses.
A wide variety of full-time courses focus on providing the practical skills and experience required for your chosen career. On completion, you can progress into employment or go on to study at university.
Apprenticeships are also offered and are a fantastic way of learning whilst working during which you will be employed by a professional company in a real job. Brighton MET and Northbrook MET are major providers of apprenticeships in the South East and have extensive contacts across key industries.
Carpentry & Joinery
Catering & Hospitality
Computing & IT services
Estate agency and property services
Hairdressing & Barbery
Health & Social care
Painting & decorating
Prince's Trust Team Programme
Travel & Tourism
Motor vehicle apprenticeships
No course fees
Students do not have to pay fees as long as they are:
- A UK citizen, hold EU Settlement Status or have a visa which could qualify them for home status
- Are aged under 19 on 31 August in the year they are studying.Note that some courses may incur costs for equipment, uniforms or activities, and these will be discussed at your application review meeting.
If you are aged 19 or over, please visit MET's 19+ fees and finance page, as you may still be eligible for fee remissions, loans or discounts.
16-19 year-olds can apply for additional financial support.