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The University of Sussex Online Campus Tour

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Student life

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Teaching, learning and research

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Location

Brighton

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Where is the University of Sussex?

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Brighton

Eight minutes by train

London

As little as 50 minutes from Brighton by train

Gatwick airport

30 minutes by road or rail

Heathrow Airport

Little more than an hour's drive

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We run a range of visit opportunities through the year, and our friendly campus will give you a chance to experience what student life is like for yourself. Family and friends are welcome.

Open Days give you the chance to tour departments with specialist facilities, attend subject and service talks, speak one-to-one with subject tutors in our main exhibition area and take in a tour of the campus and residences.

For more information on ways to visit, and to book online for forthcoming events, refer to the Visit us and Open Days pages.