University Clearing 2022

Clearing at Sussex for 2022 is now closed. If you’re looking to join Sussex in 2023, you can browse our courses, and apply for entry via UCAS to start in September 2023.

If you’re looking further ahead to Clearing next summer, find out everything you need to know about the Clearing process, and the courses on offer for 2023 entry below.

Find your course 


 

What courses will be available at Sussex through Clearing 2023?

We will begin listing vacancies when Clearing opens in July 2023, with vacancies for A-level students being previewed in August 2023.

In the meantime, you can get an idea of the type of courses we offer on our undergraduate course pages.


Accommodation at Sussex

Once you have secured your place at Sussex, we'll send you a link so that you can apply for housing.

We provide as much University-managed accommodation as possible for Clearing students.

Whilst we cannot guarantee a place in University-managed accommodation to everyone, we operate a waiting list for those seeking accommodation. Our Housing Services team offer a range of support for students looking for accommodation in the private-sector.

Find your space at Sussex

  • Video transcript

    If you're gonna love me now, you're gonna love me tomorrow.

    The best thing about Sussex is you will find someone like you.

    Take a chance, get involved.

    When you see the number of societies available. You'll be shocked.

    I made all my friends through salsa.

    Classic Brighton!

    Everyone's here to make the world a better place.

    University is meant to be a home. That's what Sussex is for me.

    My goodness! Someone help me.


Virtual tour

Could there be a better place to be a student than our beautiful campus? Nestled in the South Downs National Park, we’re just nine minutes from one of the UK’s most iconic cities and the sea.

To get a picture of life on our campus and the excitement of being in the city of Brighton, take our virtual tour.

Begin your 360° journey


Hear from students who came through Clearing

If plans for applying to your chosen university change, don't panic. Read some of our students' stories about how they found the Clearing experience and how they secured a place at Sussex.


Uni checklist: How to choose a university

Before you choose a university, check it has everything a university should have: 

  1. Was it founded in the year of progress?

    We were founded in 1961 when humanity went to space and hatchbacks were on the streets. 

    Find out more about us.

  2. Is it nine minutes from Brighton?

    We're located just nine minutes from Brighton & Hove and zero minutes from the South Downs National Park.

    Discover more about our location.

  3. Does it have iconic architecture?

    Our students have posed next to our concrete University of Sussex sign for decades.

    Our 60-year-old architecture remains as beautiful as it did on day one - and some of our buildings are Grade I listed. 

    We also have our very own arts centre named after our former Chancellor Lord Richard Attenborough.

    Read more about our architecture.

  4. Is it working with robots to create future technologies?

    Our Future Technologies Lab is teaching future workers about robotics and other developing technologies. 

    Explore our research.

  5. Does its students stand up for what they believe in?

    Studying at Sussex is about more than just the classroom – you'll be encouraged to push yourself, explore new ideas and stand up for what you believe in. Our staff have also included three nobel prize winners. 

    Read about our inspiring community.

  6. Does it have an ever growing list of societies?

    Our Students' Union has more than 200 societies and sport clubs for you to choose from. 

    Find out more about our Students' Union.


Find out more about choosing a university and a course
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Accessibility

If you would like to request a transcript of one of the videos shown on these pages, please email web-accessibility@sussex.ac.uk.


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