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Opportunities for Sussex PhD students to visit Hong Kong for research collaborations

27 January 2017

The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) is inviting applications from doctoral researchers at Sussex for its Global Scholarship Programme.


Mum of two juggles work and study

27 January 2017

Lisa Fitches, 35, juggled being a mum of two and working part-time in a pre-school while studying for an MA in Early Years in Education.
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Ecologically minded English student wins Critical Innovation award

27 January 2017

Why coming to Sussex gave Matthew McConkey the tools he needed to publish his first academic paper - and even do his first yogic handstand.


Collaborative research with National Trust unveils history of Standen

27 January 2017

Anne’s passion for Standen House and Garden led to her studying for her PhD – and unveiling a fascinating part of the property’s history.


Masters student brings human touch to computers of the future

27 January 2017

A year at Sussex exploring the frontier between humans and computers landed Erika a dream opportunity to work on artificial intelligence with IBM.


Studying neuroscience opens up new doors

27 January 2017

Studying neuroscience has opened up new doors for Sergio Rossoni, an Italian student who won the 2016 Sussex Neuroscience Prize for his final project.


Sussex student embarks on “impossible” career

27 January 2017

Poppy graduates from the University of Sussex this week with a Masters in Human Rights, and sees her choice of profession as vitally important.


Sussex graduate ploughing a political furrow back in Iceland

27 January 2017

Why the journey from Iceland to Sussex to complete an MSc in Applied Social Psychology was one worth making for 28-year-old Asta Bjarnadottir.


Anthropologist explores the use of Minecraft in education

26 January 2017

Studying for an MA in Anthropology has inspired 24 year-old Patrick Smith to explore how the cult computer game Minecraft is educating children.


Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts announces spring 2017 season

26 January 2017

The ACCA spring programme includes contemporary performance, dance, installation, music, live art, debate and film, partnerships and commissions.
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