Study abroad at the University of Sussex
The University of Sussex is a public research university located just outside Brighton on the south coast of England. The University campus is surrounded by the South Downs National Park, offering tranquil surroundings for students to study in.
The University offers a wide range of programs and subjects at all levels, including bachelor’s and master’s. As an international student, you can take a pathway program. This will prepare you for undergraduate or postgraduate studies at the University.
Sussex boasts state of the art learning and teaching facilities, including a new engineering and robotics center. There are also several on-campus research centers, including the Genome Damage and Stability Center, the Sussex Center for Migration Research, and the Sackler Center for Consciousness Science.
The University of Sussex Students’ Union arranges fun student events and activities throughout the year. There are over 200 societies, 30 sports clubs, and hundreds of volunteering opportunities.
Why study at the University of Sussex?
- Highly ranked
The University of Sussex is ranked in the top 150 universities in the world (The Times Education World University Rankings, 2020)
- Student satisfaction
84% of Sussex students confirmed they are happy with their experience (National Student Survey, 2019)
96% of Sussex graduates were in work or further study within six months (Which? University Guide, 2018)
Life as an international student
Each year, Sussex welcomes almost 5,000 international students from more than 100 countries. This gives the University a truly international and multicultural campus.
If you follow a pathway program, you’ll study in the International Study Center alongside other international students. This helps you adjust to life at Sussex while you learn the skills you’ll need to complete a degree at the University.
The University of Sussex offers a range of support services, including the Student Life Center where you can get advice and guidance on issues such as accommodation, fees, disabilities, mental health, and learning needs.
Accommodation is available to all international students, and living on campus is one of the best ways to experience student life at Sussex. When you arrive you’ll be able to take part in orientation and many other activities that will help you settle in and meet new friends.
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International Year One
- Business and Management
- Finance and Accounting
- International Relations and International Development
- Media and Film Studies
- Business, Media and Social Science - 1 semester course
- Science and Engineering - 1 semester course
- Business, Media and Social Science - 2 semester course
- Science and Engineering - 2 semester course
Students at the International Study Centre who plan to progress to a degree at the University of Sussex may be eligible for a scholarship towards the cost of their degree
University of Sussex
Falmer, Brighton BN1 9RH, United Kingdom
Visa requirements for the University of Sussex
Many international students will require a visa to study in the UK, and this is a vital step of your study abroad journey. Make sure you understand the requirements you may need to meet before applying.UK student visa requirements