The School of Global Studies at Sussex aims to provide one of the UK's premier venues for understanding how the world is changing. The School offers a broad range of perspectives on global issues such as climate change, international migration, conflict and violence, infectious diseases and child and maternal health, international security, and global cultures and religions. It combines world-leading research by academic faculty with innovative teaching programmes that draw on our areas of research strength.

What makes ‘Global Studies’ at Sussex special? There are at least three reasons. First, we have internationally-focused research and teaching programmes that include a focus on global issues, and a wide range of opportunities to study abroad as part of your degree. Second, we have a diverse range of international students, whilst our faculty come from around the globe, including Europe, North America, India and China. Third, Sussex graduates have gone on to a wide range of international careers, in governments, international organisations, NGOs and businesses. We hope in this way to provide a springboard for students and researchers who want to play a part in shaping the world’s future. For more information on the School, please browse this site, or feel free to contact us on the email below.

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Adyge-Abkhaz: Exile, Diaspora, Return

Global Studies exhibitions in the school cafe


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Adyge-Abkhaz: Exile, Diaspora, Return


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1.Tuc-tuc, iStock
2 .Cityscape, iStock
3. Albanian bunkers
4. Kejeta market, Kumasi
5. Forest in the Seychelles
6. Geography students in the field

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The School of Global Studies at @SussexUni uniquely combines the 4 departments of Anthropology, Geography, Development and International Relations

Audrey Gadzekpo,@UG_Prospectus: Social media responsible for spreading correct+incorrect info on #ebola ow.ly/C0it6 #globalhealth

Ann Kelly of @UniofExeter: Mistrust of industrial #ebola disinfection methods by West African villages ow.ly/C0gPC #globalhealth

.@mleach_ids of @IDS_UK: WHO has lost #ebola capacity-importance of anthropologists has been forgotten ow.ly/C0hha #globalhealth

Audrey Gadzekpo of @UG_Prospectus: Bats now seen as part of the bushmeat #ebola narrative in Ghana ow.ly/C0i6b #globalhealth

Stefan Elbe of @GlobalHealthSus:Economic vulnerability will exacerbated by draconian #ebola containment interventions ow.ly/C0kAr

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