Sussex downs college eastbourne campus map
The beach is stony (not sandy) - There are many large, attractive Edwardian houses in the old part of the town - Can be overcrowded in summer, due to the arrival of tourists and language school students taking short summer courses - A pier (an entertainment centre which extends over the sea, offering amusement arcades, fairground rides and fast food) - A bandstand in the park - A promenade with many attractive flowerbeds - The population contains a larger than average number of old people, and is considered relatively conservative Back to top Eastbourne is safer than Brighton; a kinder/more friendly attitude to international students Operation Columbus is a campaign by Sussex Police which tries to protect visiting students. In 2001/02 there were 13.2 offences of violence against people per 1,000 people, higher than the English average of 10.8.
In 2000, Eastbourne was ranked the 136th most deprived out of the 354 districts in England.
The ‘Loop’ service is recommended as this service runs in both directions around the perimeter of the town.
Timetables and information on the Stagecoach website* Routes 12 and 12A are run by Brighton and Hove buses.
By Train Hampden Park Station is located to the north east of the College.
It is approximately 15 minutes walk from the station to the College, walking through the adjacent residential estate, passing Sainsbury’s and the David Lloyd Leisure Centre.
there is so much choice here at Sussex Downs College. Younger students thinking about their future are welcome.
We do also deliver a variety of vocational courses at other learning centres very close to our main campuses.Training is more practical than purely academic courses and can leave more options.Mr Hopkins said: “Sussex Downs students and trainees progress into Higher Education, apprenticeships and directly into employment.Go to the National Rail website for train times and routes or call National Rail Enquiries on 08 Parking at the College As part of our commitment to the environment, we strongly recommend that students and visitors travel by public transport, by bicycle or on foot.
Parking at the College is limited, and we cannot guarantee a parking space for you.
SDC is proud of its award-winning students on all levels, who win national awards, gain sporting recognition and win medals in regional competitions.