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A new PhD scholarship at Sussex commemorates the life and works of “a great humanitarian” who was widely known in the Jewish community.
Journalism students from the MA and BA courses met top BBC journalists when they visited the BBC’s redeveloped Broadcasting House in London on 27 May.
Sussex is to launch a degree in Corruption, Law and Governance, following an agreement with the Rule of Law and Anti-Corruption Centre in Qatar.
Award-winning film director Andrea Arnold will be talking about her films and work at the Attenborough Centre on 3 June.
Underground poets set to gather in Brighton for Sussex Poetry Festival
The Undergraduate Awards have recently announced that they have extended their submission deadline to June 14.
Student FAQs in relation to scheduled exams: the UCU will be undertaking two days of strike action on campus on Wednesday and Thursday.
Sussex is the 7th most successful in the UK in terms of career prospects for students, according to the Guardian University Guide 2017.
With the EU Referendum set to take place on 23 June it is hugely important that you know how to vote
Students and staff had the opportunity to discuss the Government’s environmental policy with Rory Stewart MP on Thursday this week.