Latest student news
A new scheme offering up to 300 Sussex students work experience in some of the top companies and industries in China is being launched this year.
Sussex students retained the Varsity sports cup against local rivals Brighton this weekend, to the delight of a packed home crowd of supporters.
Chris O’Hare is the University’s top young entrepreneur, beating more than 50 opponents to win the 2015 StartUp Sussex award.
The University is issuing 100 pages of print credit to all Sussex finalists who take part in the 2015 National Student Survey (NSS).
BBC TV ‘Apprentice’ finalist and Sussex graduate, Bianca Miller, has called on the government to support new businesses and future entrepreneurs.
The Students’ Union (USSU) and University have agreed to develop plans to build a new Students’ Union building.
Sussex students and staff questioned a senior Nigerian diplomat on the steps being taken to combat the terrorist group Boko Haram earlier this week.
At a seminar on campus, Will Self revealed his thoughts on insanity, nuclear fission, typewriters, unfinished sentences ...
Sussex students and staff are now able to donate food to local charities through a new collection point at the Co-operative supermarket on campus.
A student has won a competition for her description of life at Sussex and in her home country of Ukraine.