Any applicant who is studying outside of the UK, regardless of nationality, is considered an 'overseas applicant'.
We welcome overseas pupils from all over the world, and have a truly international pupil community. The main points of entry are Year 9 (13+) and 12 (16+). If you have any questions about admissions, please see our brochure for overseas applicants.
- By late August before the year of entry
- Early September before the year of entry
- September - October before the year of entry
- October - December before the year of entry
Stage 1 - Enquiry
We hope you will find all the information you need on these pages, but if not our admissions team is here to help.
Boarding places are available from Year 9 (13+) upwards at the College and from Year 4 (8+) at Brighton College’s prep school at Handcross Park. We accept day applications from overseas pupils whose parents are relocating to the UK.
Stage 2 - Registration
If you would like to apply for a place at the College please contact our admissions team.
We require registration by early September before the year of entry. We ask you to send a copy of your child's school report to help us ensure Brighton College is the right school for your child before registering.
Stage 3 - Assessments
Overseas assessments take place in September to October before the year of entry, at a British Council office in your relative city. Interviews are conducted either in person or via Skype. For further information on assessment and interview dates please contact our admissions team.
Stage 4 - Offer and welcome
Offers are based on performance at assessment and interview. Once you have accepted your offer you will receive your joining papers and be invited to an induction and welcome afternoon.
As a 'Highly Trusted Sponsor' with the UK Visas & Immigration (UKVI), the school will sponsor a non-European Union (EU) nationality pupil for their Tier 4 Study Visa.
English as an Additional Language (EAL)
Pupils for whom English is not their first language are required to attend EAL lessons at the College until their level of English is of the standard required to apply to UK universities.