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Alumni return to campus to boost student career prospects

17 February 2016

Sussex alumni will return to campus to offer current students valuable insight into a range of career paths during Make it Happen fortnight.


First student exchange agreement signed with Chinese university

4 December 2015

The University has signed its first ever agreement to allow students to spend a year abroad in mainland China.


University offers 50 English language scholarships for Syrian refugees

24 September 2015

A new scholarship to support 50 Syrian refugees to prepare for university study has been established by the University of Sussex.


Cold War history of BBC World Service wins book prize

15 January 2015

Dr Alban Webb describes the award of a prize for his book about BBC radio and the Cold War as "a very great surprise and a very great pleasure".


Lecturer’s CINECITY film charts Chile’s traumatic history

25 November 2014

A Sussex lecturer’s film about his family’s ordeal at the hands of Chilean dictator General Pinochet has its debut screening in Brighton.


Local competition seeks ideas that make use of technology to solve humanity's challenges

11 August 2014

The Brighton Grand Challenge is looking for ambitious entrepreneurs whose viable business concepts can help to address humanity's biggest problems.


Sussex Research funds seven new projects

20 May 2014

Sussex Research has made seven awards in the second round of the Research Development Fund.


Sussex staff and alumni numbered among Lewes poets in new anthology

1 October 2012

Could Lewes in East Sussex be the poetry capital of the UK?


Sussex researcher reveals rare art works at Proms exhibition tribute to composer Delius

13 August 2012

The death mask of Frederick Delius is one of the items on display at the Royal Albert Hall in an exhibition curated by art historian Alexandra Loske.


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