University of Sussex International Study Centre

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The University of Sussex, near Brighton, in the south of England, was the first of the new wave of UK universities founded in the 1960s.

Considered to have one of the most beautiful campuses in Britain, Sussex is situated in rolling parkland and combines green open spaces with award-winning architecture designed by Scottish architect Sir Basil Spence.

The university prides itself on being among the most diverse and multicultural, with around a third of its staff drawn from outside the UK. It also boasts strong links with institutions around the world, including Peking University, the National Taiwan University and the Harvard-Sussex programme, which conducts research into chemical and biological weapons.

Organised across 12 schools of studies, more than a third of the university’s students are enrolled on postgraduate courses. With an extensive study abroad programme – most courses incorporate an optional overseas element – one in five of its undergraduates choose to study abroad at some point in their university career.

Sussex has received positive recognition for its success in transitioning students into employment, something it attributes to its plentiful links with industry and a ‘First Generation Scholars Scheme’, which offers bursaries to assist students from low income backgrounds.

It also lays claim to associations with three Nobel Prize winners, 14 Fellows of the Royal Society and 12 Fellows of the British Academy, and boasts a long history of supporting artistic endeavour. Its Arts department is home to a world-class archive called The Keep that contains manuscripts and first editions by Virginia Woolf, Rudyard Kipling and Jane Austen, while 2015 saw the opening of The Attenborough Centre: a new arts venue on campus featuring a 350-seat auditorium, a gallery, rehearsal studios and teaching space.

Away from campus, Sussex students have easy access to both the South Downs National Park, as well as Brighton’s vibrant nightlife, shops and seafront.

Preparing students for success in the world
The University of Sussex is a progressive, top-ranked university that prepares students for making a real difference in the world.

Sussex is a leading research university. No matter what their chosen subject, students come into contact with academics who are experts in their fields, working at the cutting-edge of research.

Students also have the opportunity learn from some of the best, award-winning teachers in the UK. Three Nobel Prize winners and one prestigious Crafoord Prize winner have taught at Sussex.

The University campus is surrounded by the beautiful South Downs National Park, just nine minutes by train from the vibrant city of Brighton.

The International Study Centre helps students build confidence, boost their English language skills, and it gives them the academic knowledge they need to succeed at Sussex, and beyond.

Focus on careers
We want our international students to achieve success in their career, as well as in their degree, which is why we have introduced an additional careers element to all of our academic courses at the University of Sussex International Study Centre. Find out more

International Study Centre programmes:
•International Foundation Year
•International Year One
•Pre-Masters
•English Language Preparation