Students looking to stay on at university in 2015 can find out about studying at Sussex in the new postgraduate prospectus, published today.
Andina Boyle, who graduated this summer, explains in The Guardian how embracing every challenge helped her make the most of her degree.
Stevie Greenleaf, who graduates today in International Development, has been signed up by Bono’s anti-poverty campaign to act as a youth ambassador.
A roundtable event in New Delhi last week will help to inform policymakers in India about stakeholders’ priorities for stem cell therapy.
Global Studies undergraduates Becca Weighall and Tesni Woodfall are in Bangladesh undertaking gendered climate change adaptation research, with...
Sussex Research is launching a new scheme called the Research Opportunities Fund.
Following consultation with staff and students, Senate has approved proposals for minor changes to the structure of the academic year from 2015-16.
The University is on track to meet its target that, from 2014-15, first-year undergraduates will submit text-based coursework electronically.
Legally binding contracts may help garment workers more than corporate self-regulation, say a group of scholars who met at Sussex last week.
The University is celebrating the 50th anniversary of its first graduation ceremony by inviting seven of the original 38 graduates back on stage.