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87% of students are happy with their experience at Sussex, according to the results of this year’s National Student Survey (NSS), published today.
Opening times for campus services on the 31 August bank holiday.
New photos released today give a sneak preview of the refurbished Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts on campus.
The University and the Students’ Union have agreed two new grants for some students in the First Generation Scholar scheme.
Students from Sussex’s School of Global Studies will be showcasing video games and performing poetry at the WOMAD festival this week (23-26 July).
A Kenyan student has benefited from a new type of scholarship to study at Sussex’s ISS, after triumphing in a debating competition.
A Sussex student and earthquake survivor will graduate this afternoon (17 July) after inventing a shelter for victims of natural disasters.
The University has been given government approval for its plans to offer help for talented students from families with relatively low incomes.
University reiterates commitment to annual tuition-fee increases for continuing international students
Fee increases for current international students will be maintained at 2.5% in 2015-16 and for the remainder of their course.
This morning (16 July), Sean Butcher will walk across the stage of the Brighton Dome - but four years ago, his parents were preparing for the worst.