By joining the Department of Chemistry at Sussex, you will be part of a community which boasts two Nobel Prize-winning chemists among its faculty, John Cornforth and Harry Kroto, and 14 elected members as Fellows of the Royal Society, including the the current Head of Chemistry, Professor Wendy Brown.
Why Chemistry at Sussex?
Fantastic career prospects
You will be in high demand with a Sussex Chemistry degree... ...with our graduates' employment prospects ranked third highest of all UK Chemistry departments. (The Complete University Guide 2016). Find out more about careers
Our knowledge and teaching inspire you.. ....which is why we are ranked sixth out of all chemistry departments for overall satisfaction in the National Student Survey 2015.See undergraduate chemistry courses
World leading research
Our research tackles society's biggest challenges... ...which is why 97 per cent of it is considered world-leading, internationally excellent or internationally recognised. (Research Assessment Exercise 2014). Find out about our research
Sussex Chemistry is more than just lectures... ...you can network through events, trips and other activities organised by the department and the student Chemistry Society, C60. Find out more about the Chemistry Society
Highly-supportive chemistry community
We ensure you fulfil your potential... ...by providing you with focused support: 1st in the UK for personal development and 2nd for academic support. (National Student Survey 2013).
Visit us at an open day
Book an open day place. Visit our campus, meet your new chemistry lecturers, experience the facilties you will be using as a student and find out more about our chemistry courses.