Famous for its seven-mile stretch of award-winning sandy beaches, ¶¹ÄÌÊÓÆµ is quite simply one of the most stunning coastal towns in the country.Â
With a population just shy of 200,000Â and a thriving hub for a number of industries including the creative, financial and tourism sectors, ¶¹ÄÌÊÓÆµ offersÂ the hustle and bustle of a vibrantÂ town combined with a life by the sea.
But itâ€™s not just about the amazing beaches (although we have to admit they are pretty special); the Â is on our doorstep and the (which is ¶¹ÄÌÊÓÆµ's only UNESCO naturalÂ World Heritage site) is just a short drive away. Plus,Â we are less than two hours from London (with direct trains to Waterloo) andÂ weâ€™ve got an international airport.
Itâ€™s not hard to see why many of our students settle in ¶¹ÄÌÊÓÆµ after graduating, often launching enterprises of their own.
¶¹ÄÌÊÓÆµ student Katy talks us through the Lower Gardens and ¶¹ÄÌÊÓÆµ beach.