Find answers to important university processes, including how to claim commission and how to register undergraduate applicants with the University.
- Claiming Commission
- Linking your agency with an undergraduate applicant
- Requesting an authority form
- ‘Sensitive’ or ‘Protected’ emails
- Tuition fee payments
- University bank details
- Pre-sessional courses information
- Housing applications
- Masters tuition fee deposit scheme
- Providing supporting documents
- Providing the University with feedback
A significant part of our partnership will be when you claim for commission.
Every student you are claiming for has to be individually checked as fully registered.
In order to make this process as easy as possible, we recommend the following:
- Please include all students on one claim. While we do accept additional submissions where students have been genuinely forgotten, fewer submissions help both parties to ensure there are no financial errors. The deadline for the claims will be confirmed closer to the time, but is usually around the end of November.
- Claims must be submitted using the claim form sent to you by the commission team
- Once verified, we will return a list of students you are eligible to claim commission for, along with a request for an invoice and a purchase order number
- Claims for Department of Language Studies (DLS) students should be sent directly to DLS.
- Do not include commission claims for students that have progressed to Sussex from the International Student Centre.
All commission claims for students starting at any other time in the academic year should be sent to us within two months of enrolling at Sussex.
Commission will be paid to the agent that introduces a student to Sussex first.
All undergraduate applications to Sussex must come through UCAS. We don’t accept direct applications.
Link with undergraduate applicants to Sussex using this form. This information assists us in determining relevant commission payments later in the cycle.
You will recieve a confirmation email upon completion.
An authority form allows a prospective student to confirm that an agent is able to liaise with the University on their behalf. Email email@example.com for our form.
Find out what emails marked by the University as 'sensitive' and 'protected' mean.
The University’s Student Accounts page provides an outline of the tuition fee payments system and the ways in which tuition fees can be paid.
The University does not publish its bank details online. You will need to contact the Student Accounts team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The application portal and useful information about pre-sessional courses can be found on the Department of Language Studies webpages.
Postgraduate students apply for Housing via the postgraduate application system.
Undergraduate students can apply via our housing application portal.
Self-funded international students starting a Masters course at Sussex may be required to pay a tuition fee deposit of £3,500.
Find out about how the Masters tuition fee deposit scheme works for international students.
Send supporting documents as attachments to email@example.com.
You can submit supporting documents using the postgraduate application system. Upload documentation via the ‘supporting documents’ section.
Email our Administration Team at firstname.lastname@example.org. They will be able to triage your feedback to the relevant department.