Bushra spent a year working as an International Student Ambassador before landing a job as a Senior Assistant Psychologist.
Ranked as one of the most international universities in the UK, we'd be delighted to welcome you to Sussex.
Sussex has long enjoyed being a popular destination for Indian students.
We have around 335 Indian students currently studying at the University and a highly active South Asian Students’ society.
View our series of short films showcasing why students from South Asia chose the University of Sussex.
A degree from Sussex is internationally recognised and our Indian alumni have gone on to do incredible things. Recent graduates have taken up exciting roles at:
Notable alumni include:
Bushra and Mishal, two of our student ambassadors from India, recently completed their studies at Sussex. Read about their involvement in the scheme and how it helped kickstart their careers.
Our international alumni ambassadors are recent graduates who help support the next generation of international students. Based in cities across India, they can help answer any questions you may have about studying at university via our online chat platform, Unibuddy.
We also have an alumni network based in India who can discuss with you their experiences of studying at Sussex. Find out more about our alumni network.
See our tuition fees for undergraduate, Masters and PhD courses.
The University offers a tuition fee reduction for new postgraduate students who have Indian nationality and have been accepted to study an eligible Masters course at Sussex.
Find out more on our scholarships pages.
Situated on the edge of a national park and located just a few minutes away from one of the most vibrant cities in the UK, Sussex has it all.
Sussex has teams dedicated to helping you make the most of your time at university. They can provide:
The Spirit of Sussex Award is our way of recognising you’re achievements at Sussex. It can help you:
You can also buy international products from our on-campus market or from food markets in Brighton.
The popular South Asian Students’ Society acts as a home away from home for Indian students studying at Sussex, organising a range of events incredible Holi and Diwali celebrations each year.
Choose from more than 200 societies and groups at Sussex and Brighton, including:
In this blog post, Mishal talks about studying at Sussex and the joy of meeting students from all over the world.
Isobel Hussey is our India expert based on campus.
Having worked with international students for several years, Isobel is ready to share her experiences with you and help you on your educational journey.
Telephone: +44 (0)1273 877189
Radhika Arora is our India expert based in India.
Having worked with international students for several years, Radhika is ready to share her experiences with you and help you on your educational journey.
Want to find out more about student life? Chat to our students online via Unibuddy.
Sussex is represented by a number of professional agencies in India.
They can support you through the process of applying to university, providing advice and helping you with the preparation and submission of your documents.
We work closely with agents to ensure you receive detailed and accurate advice about coming to study at Sussex. Find out more about our work with agent partners and how you can provide feedback about an agent.
A member of our International Office's India team will be attending this event to tell you more about the University of Sussex and Brighton and answer any questions you may have about coming from the India to study at Sussex.