Latest student news
A young director has won a week’s work experience at a national TV broadcaster after creating a short film with the help of two student societies.
The University has been ranked at 140 in the latest international league table, retaining its top-150 position for the sixth successive year.
IT Services have apologised to all IT users for disruption to services during maintenance upgrades and fault restoration.
Students at Sussex have won a toy design competition with their idea for an interactive wristband that vibrates and changes colours.
French singer Laetitia Sadier, best known as the frontwoman of the alternative band Stereolab, will talk and perform on campus next month.
New improvements have been agreed to the system previously known as Mitigating Evidence (MEC), including a name change to ‘Exceptional Circumstances’.
The hot water supply to the Sport Centre is back on and hot showers are now available for all Sussexsport members who use the Sport Centre facilities.
Brighton & Hove City Council is considering a planning application to create an engineering and robotics centre and a decision is expected next month.
Research degrees in Business and Management have been admitted into the European Doctoral Programmes Association in Management and Business Admin.
A new scholarship to support 50 Syrian refugees to prepare for university study has been established by the University of Sussex.