Bognor Regis Campus

Situated just five minutes from the sea the Bognor Regis campus boasts beautiful Georgian architecture including three grand mansion houses, St Michael’s, the Dome and Mordington House.

Bognor Regis.
Bognor Regis.

The campus underwent extensive redevelopment during 2010-11. £8m has been invested to transform the Dome into a vibrant business and research centre, and to create a state-of-the-art Learning Resource Centre.

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 campus.

The Students’ Union runs the MII Bar, a very popular place with students on the Bognor campus. A number of different social events are hosted here throughout the week including karaoke, club nights, quiz nights and live music.

The Bognor Regis campus is close to Hotham Park. The park surrounds Hotham House, built in 1792 by Sir Richard Hotham, and regarded by many as one of the finest Georgian houses in Sussex. Also nearby is the Ice House – the original 18th Century refrigerator of Hotham Park Estate, and the best surviving example of its kind in West Sussex.

The main attraction of this popular seaside resort, is its long stretch of coastline, with a mixture of sandy and pebble beaches. Here you can take long walks or enjoy sailing, windsurfing, jet skiing and many other water sport activities.

The famous Butlins Bognor Regis resort lies at the eastern end of the promenade and is the largest holiday centre in the South of England.

The town centre is just a short, easy walk from the campus. Here students can find a range of shopping facilities, numerous traditional pubs, bars and restaurants as well as nightclubs.

Subject areas located on the Bognor Regis campus

  • Applied Language Studies (ALS)
  • International Students
  • Teacher Education
  • School of Enterprise, Management and Leadership (SEMAL)

Bognor Regis Campus, Upper Bognor Road, Bognor Regis, West Sussex, PO21 1HR.