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Law Society event on becoming a solicitor

1 July 2016

The Law Society's Preparing students for entry to the solicitors' profession is a free event for undergraduates who are interested in a career as a...


EU information online for students and staff

29 June 2016

Information is now available online about the implications of the European Union referendum results for University of Sussex students and staff.


Executive team to hold open Q&A session for staff on EU referendum result

27 June 2016

Staff are invited to an open Q&A session on Tuesday (28 June) to discuss the implications of the EU referendum result for the University.


TARGET's National Pupillage Fair

24 June 2016

The TARGETjobs Law National Pupillage Fair is taking place on 5 November from 10.30am - 3pm. The Fair gives students who are looking for pupillage...


Sussex Research funds 11 new projects

17 June 2016

Sussex Research has made eleven awards in the sixth round of the Research Development Fund.


Sussex researchers' achievements recognised at Impact and Research Awards

15 June 2016

Sussex Impact Day ended with the presentation of awards to outstanding emerging researchers and those whose work has had exceptional impact.


Sussex on track to publish finalists’ degree results on Friday

15 June 2016

The University has reassured finalists that strike action at Sussex on Wed will not delay the process for publishing degree classifications this Fri.


Canon fellowships for research in Japan

14 June 2016

The Canon Foundation in Europe is offering grants to European and Japanese researchers with a Master's degree. Applications from all fields of...


Study in New Zealand with the Dream NEW Scholarship

14 June 2016

The Dream NEW scholarship is now open for students who want to undertake a study abroad semester in New Zealand. The...


Quantum physicist wins three-minute PhD contest

9 June 2016

A student working in the baffling field of quantum computing has won a University-wide competition for explaining her PhD in just three minutes.


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