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Mature student Tracy Ford, who graduates today, picked up a 2.1 in her BA in Politics and has been accepted on the MA in Social and Political Thought.
“Human geography is a great degree for developing a world perspective," says Emma Jackson, who won the Geography Undergraduate Thesis Prize 2016.
A dream job with Google and a side-line as a motivational speaker are the start of Wilfrid Obeng’s mission to solve computer science’s image problem.
Becky Grimwade, who graduates today, was named BUCS Student Volunteer of the Year for her impact on female participation in sport at Sussex.
Rob Ziolek, who graduates today before starting a PhD, was attracted by the Chemistry department’s supportive and friendly environment.
Making a documentary about a Holocaust survivor was an emotional journey for Media Practice student Joseph Paul, who graduates today.
Natalie Binz, who graduates this afternoon with a first in History, shows that dyslexia and dyspraxia need not be a hindrance to academic success.
A passion for Shakespeare and a desire to gain a theoretical edge over other aspiring actors was behind Harry Mackie’s decision to study at Sussex.
Yousra Abdelmoneim graduates today on her 22nd birthday, and has her eye on returning to Sudan to help improve the dire economic situation.
Alex Earl graduates from Sussex today with a BSc in Psychology with Cognitive Science and will continue her studies with a funded Masters and PhD.