A four-way campus debate this Thursday (14 April) on the UK’s upcoming EU referendum features two MPs, a peer and a business figure.
There has been a significant increase in the number of non-academic staff receiving Student-Led Teaching Awards in 2015-16.
Taseen Barkat (Year 2 Sociology) and Phin Jennings (Year 1 Politics) have been named as winners of the Lyle Prize 2016.
Are you interested in a career in human rights law? The Law Society is running an event so you can find out how human rights campaigners,...
Politics lecturer, Dr Olli Hellmann, has won the Political Studies Association’s Bernard Crick Award for Outstanding Teaching - New Entrant Prize.
Students and staff have a final chance to complete a survey about the UK referendum on EU membership before it closes at midday on Tuesday (5 April).
The University of Sussex is in the world’s top 100 universities for eight subjects, including Politics, a new international ranking has...
The University of Sussex is in the world’s top 100 universities for eight subjects, including Sociology, a new international ranking has...
Sussex recently became a major venue for migration research as it hosted the third SCMR-JEMS international conference.
Former students passed on careers advice to a record number of students during Make it Happen fortnight in February and March.