The Centre for the Study of Corruption
The Centre for the Study of Corruption (CSC) is an internationally renowned centre of excellence for research and teaching on corruption, widely recognised for combining cutting-edge academic approaches and research with practical experience of how corruption can be addressed in the real world.
Research excellence, shared with our students
The CSC is the UK's first academic centre dedicated to interdisciplinary research and teaching on corruption, based at the University of Sussex. Our research activities are based around four themes:
- Corruption in Politics
- Corruption in International Business
- Corruption in Sport
- Corruption in Geographical Context – with particular strengths in the UK, Germany and Eastern Europe, China and Africa.
We pass on this expertise to our students by teaching undergraduate modules as well as offering two specialist Masters courses in Corruption and Governance – including an online course you can study from anywhere.
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MA Corruption and Governance student wins Macfarlanes Prize
We are delighted to announce that Sankhitha Gunaratne has won the Macfarlanes Prize for Best Dissertation on the MA in Corruption and Governance.
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