University of Sussex

England / Undergraduate - Postgraduate - PhD

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University of Sussex

England / Undergraduate - Postgraduate - PhD

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Are you looking for a university that dares to be different? One that has a distinguished tradition of challenging conventions?

Since its foundation in 1961, the University of Sussex has been the sort of pioneering institution that has been proud to speak out on the issues that concern us, standing up for what we believe in. The Sussex culture of experimentation, creativity and innovation, transforms lives through education to benefit the world around us.

We are an international University, with over 18,000 students from more than 150 countries. Our internationally recognised research contributes knowledge, ideas and solutions to address the big issues facing our world, and inspires our students to meet future global challenges.

Our single-site campus on the edge of the South Downs National Park, close to the sea and the exciting city of Brighton & Hove, is a stunning place to study and learn. We are well connected to Europe as we are situated just 30 minutes south of London Gatwick Airport, and 60 minutes to central London. But it’s not just our environment that makes Sussex such a unique place, it’s the people too. Our diverse community of students and staff, our values of mutual support, integrity and courage, and our many global collaborations, make Sussex a truly great institution.

SUBJECTS

Physical geographical sciences

Artificial Intelligence

Computer science

Information systems

Mathematics

Software engineering

Statistics

Aerospace engineering

Electronic & electrical engineering

General engineering

Mechanical engineering

Production & manufacturing engineering

MBA

Astronomy

Chemistry

Geology

Materials science

Physics

Drama & theatre studies

Music

Anatomy, physiology & pathology

Biology

Genetics

Medicine

Molecular biology, biophysics & biochemestry

Psychology

Zoology

Anthropology

Criminology

Economics

Human & social geography

Journalism

Media studies

Politics

Social policy

Social work

Sociology

Accounting

Business studies

Finance

Human resource management

Management studies

Marketing

Academic studies

Comparative literary studies

English studies

Foreign language (non English)

Languages

Linguistics

Research & study skills

Teacher training

History

Philosophy