Book a place on our Masters Open Day – Saturday 11 February 2023

Register a place on our Masters Open Day to learn all about postgraduate study and life at Sussex.

Attend a Masters Open Day at Sussex

Saturday 11 February, 12.30pm-4.30pm, University of Sussex campus

Whether you have a clearly defined career path in mind, or are still weighing up your options, it’s worth investigating Masters study as a potential route to get to where you want to be.

As well as providing substantial intellectual rewards, a Masters level degree will help enhance your skills and boost your employability prospects. It will also give you opportunities to study a subject you’re passionate about in greater depth, or branch out into new areas.

Our Masters Open Day takes place on our Brighton campus on Saturday 11 February, from 12.30pm to 4.30pm.

During the event you’ll be able to:

  • attend subject talks and discuss courses with our academic staff
  • meet current Masters students and find out what Postgraduate study is really like
  • attend presentations on applying and funding
  • explore and get to know our campus
  • get advice on accommodation, student support, and career development.

Book your place now and we’ll send you more information, including the full programme, nearer the event.

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Meet us online

If you can't make it to campus, don't worry. There are still plenty of opportunities to meet us online at one of our fortnightly Zoom sessions with current students or monthly webchats with postgraduate specialists.

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