Latest student news
Charges for car parking on campus will go up from 1 September 2012.
An international conference is being hosted in Brighton next month by the Sackler Centre for Consciousness Science.
Thirty Sussex students have successfully completed a demanding extra-curricular leadership programme.
Robbing banks is - statistically speaking - a bad idea, according to a new report co-authored by a Sussex economist.
A new web resource from the University of Sussex offers new thinking and practical solutions for sustainable futures.
Thanks to the generosity of a Sussex graduate, Law and Politics students are being offered work experience in an innovative new scheme.
The new academic building is about to be handed over to the University by the contractor – and BMEc will move into the building later this summer.
A bursary from the Hardship and Opportunities Fund has prevented a Sussex student from becoming homeless
In 1961, the Wates Group helped build the University. Now a grant from Wates Family Charities will support Sussex students from low income families
The widening participation programme in BSMS has been profiled in a new report by the Independent Reviewer on Social Mobility and Child Poverty.