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Marie Sklodowska-Curie Fellowships (2016 Call)

4 May 2016

Sussex European Institute welcomes applications for Marie Sklodowska-Curie Fellowships in areas of interest in European Studies.


New Complete University Guide sees Department of Sociology climb 14 places

26 April 2016

Sussex’s Department of Sociology has been ranked in the top 20 of sociology departments nationwide in the latest Complete University Guide.


Sussex confirms top-20 place in all major UK league tables

25 April 2016

Sussex has confirmed its place in the top 20 in all three major UK league tables, after climbing three places in the Complete University Guide 2017.


Sussex Law School student named as recipient of prestigious Middle Temple awards

21 April 2016

A Sussex Law School student has received not one, but two highly coveted financial awards from Middle Temple Inn ahead of their barrister training.


Principal Investigators share best practice for researcher management and development

21 April 2016

Over 30 Principal Investigators and Research Staff Managers have discussed best practice relating to management and career development of researchers.


Law lecturer set to take part in public hearing on TTIP and Public Procurement

19 April 2016

A Sussex law lecturer is set to participate in a public hearing on the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) and Public Procurement.


Panel confirmed for campus EU referendum debate

12 April 2016

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.


Four non-academic staff among winners of Student-Led Teaching Awards

12 April 2016

There has been a significant increase in the number of non-academic staff receiving Student-Led Teaching Awards in 2015-16.


Lyle Prize winners revealed

11 April 2016

Taseen Barkat (Year 2 Sociology) and Phin Jennings (Year 1 Politics) have been named as winners of the Lyle Prize 2016.


Politics lecturer receives Outstanding Teaching award

6 April 2016

Politics lecturer, Dr Olli Hellmann, has won the Political Studies Association’s Bernard Crick Award for Outstanding Teaching - New Entrant Prize.


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