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Sussex Grad At Home: Celebrating our Class of 2020

24 July 2020

Our Sussex Grad at Home celebrations took place this week across social media and our website, with a range of videos and special messages.


This Sussex Life. Caroline Lehany: “This would have been our biggest ever graduation"

23 July 2020

Caroline Lehany, Head of Graduation and Corporate Events, reflects on what has been a week of celebration.


Sussex alumni rally in response to Emergency Sussex Fund Hardship Appeal

17 July 2020

Since 3 July, the University has received £166,864 in support of student hardship and mental health and wellbeing.


Four outstanding students celebrate winning MacQuitty Prize

16 July 2020

An unprecedented number of students will benefit from the generosity of a Sussex alumnus after achieving exceptional final results.


Major investors back disruptive new player in quantum computing race

6 July 2020

Hoxton, Village Global and Propagator among investors in University of Sussex spin-out Universal Quantum uses disruptive technology to scale-up...


The Emergency Sussex Fund Hardship Appeal will now support students’ mental health needs and financial needs

3 July 2020

The University launched an Emergency Hardship Appeal in May to help our most financially vulnerable students.


University rises up global rankings

2 July 2020

The University of Sussex has risen up newly published global rankings in six academic subjects.


New collaborative Covid-19 projects get green light

1 July 2020

The University of Sussex has approved a number of projects to address the challenges and opportunities arising from the Covid-19 pandemic.


Speaking Citizens: New research project aims to put speech back at the heart of British education

25 June 2020

A new AHRC-funded project will look at the history of speech education to help address an urgent need to restore it in UK schools.


Resource curse or resource blessing: How major oil discoveries keep autocrats in power

25 June 2020

Oil is the most effective natural resource when it comes to keeping despots in power, new research shows.


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