Join us for an open day in Brighton. Book your place here

Come visit us at the college and find out all you need to know.

WaterBear Open Days are designed to feel relaxed and informal and provide the opportunity for you to find out everything you need to know about WaterBear. You’ll be able to ask questions, chat with staff and students and experience the college environment for yourself.

Open Days are held at our main campus facility in the heart of Brighton, just 4 minutes walk from Brighton station:

Hanover House
Brighthelm Gardens
118 Queens Road
Brighton BN1 3XG


To sign up for an Open Day, simply complete the form below and we’ll be in touch with confirmation and more details.

How it works

  • Each Open Day event lasts around 2 hours.
  • Refreshments are provided on arrival and throughout the day.
  • Activities start with a welcome talk from the WaterBear Founders who’ll explain all about the College and what we offer.
  • You’ll also get to meet senior education staff and students, who’ll be on hand throughout the day with information about our courses, accommodation, finance, facilities and many other areas of college life.
  • Please remember to bring any specific questions you may have for us. You’ll also get a tour of our college buildings including the WaterBear Venue, with live music provided by our amazing artists and musicians. 
  • Everyone who comes to an Open Day should leave with all the information they need to make an informed decision about studying at WaterBear. 

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Tel: +44 (0) 1273 726230
Email: [email protected]

WaterBear Education Ltd, Hanover House,
118 Queens Road, Brighton BN1 3XG, UK  Map

Why We're WaterBear...

- ‘Water bear’ is the common name for a Tardigrade.
- Tardigrades are micro creatures, found everywhere on earth.
- They are the most resilient creatures known.
- They can survive and adapt to their surroundings, even in outer space.
- Their resilience and ability to adapt and survive inspires us in everything we do. We love them.

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