Latest student news
Students and researchers at Brighton and Sussex Medical School (BSMS) will benefit from a £420m redevelopment of a Brighton hospital.
A record 2,100 Sussex students completed the 2014 National Student Survey (NSS) by the time it closed on Wednesday (30 April).
Sussex students are being invited to nominate staff to receive a new student-led teaching award, celebrating the best teaching and support.
A new high-speed internet link for the campus went live as planned this morning (Thursday 1 May).
SussexFood pastry chefs are celebrating a bronze medal win in the 'Sugarcraft Showpiece' category at the UK's largest hospitality exhibition.
Initial Teacher Education was inspected by OFSTED in March, gaining 'Outstanding' and 'Good' ratings. Full report available now.
A free online game created by Sussex academics that simulates the challenges faced by African farmers has been launched today (Monday 28 April).
Two SussexFood chefs are making their final preparations ahead of participating in a world-famous catering competition next week (Monday 28 April).
Plans for making Brighton’s Vogue gyratory better for cyclists, pedestrians and buses are set for a final go-ahead.
The trade union UCU have postponed a boycott of marking until 6 May, while they ballot their members on the latest offer of a 2% pay rise.