USSU president Frida Gustafsson took part in a government-funded initiative to counter antisemitism in universities.
The University of Sussex is the first university in England to offer an undergraduate degree in Fintech.
A blue plaque to commemorate a Brighton suffragette has been unveiled on a University-owned student residence.
The University has been recognised by international student recruitment agents for its high-quality education provision and the services it provides.
After decades of believing two substantial works of art by his father were lost, Nicholas Skeaping has finally met them at the University of Sussex.
Students have voted the University of Sussex best for political scene and nightlife in a new survey of British universities.
An iconic Henry Moore sculpture once graced the University of Sussex landscape. Whatever happened to it?
A film made by Dr Piotr Cieplak has been shortlisted for the Arts and Humanities Research Council’s prestigious 2018 Research in Film Awards.
The University of Sussex has signed the Magna Charta Universitatum, a statement of the principles and values shared by more than 900 universities.
The University of Sussex and the National Centre for Social Research (NatCen) were founded in the 1960s and have renowned traditions for impactful...
By joining the LGBT charity’s programme, Sussex hopes to create an inclusive and accepting campus environment for all students, staff and visitors.
More than 80 students, staff and alumni will be celebrating Brighton & Hove Pride on Saturday (4 August) by taking part in the Pride Community Parade.
The University is playing a major role in helping to implement a key recommendation from an inquiry and develop a social work degree course on Jersey.
The University of Sussex will be signing up to the Equality Challenge Unit’s (ECU) Race Equality Charter (REC) this autumn.
When Lord Olivier, Sir Dirk Bogarde and Noel Coward graced the stage of graduation.
It’s beginning to hot up for the University of Sussex’s second-ever Community Festival, which returns on Sunday 24 June.
One of the largest events of its kind brings together synth experimenters from Brighton and beyond in collaboration with Brighton Modular Sessions.
Brighton and Sussex Medical School is the top placed UK institution in the Times Higher Education Young University Rankings.
The ACCA autumn programme contains a distinctive mix of music, digital installation, performance, unique film screenings, discussion and debate.
Renowned folk singer Shirley Collins is to headline an event with a special reading of a new book and a Q & A.