United Kingdom, England

The University of Sussex situated in the beautiful city of Brighton, in the south of England, was established in the late 1960s. Sussex is considered to be the first new wave of universities in the UK. The university witnessed 16,900 enrollments on an average every year, from which 24% of students are from 100 different countries. The university is very eminent in the way they accept the student’s passion and talent regardless of the caste and religion. The University of Sussex has 12 different schools and research groups under its wing. The university is mainly famous for the departments of social science and humanities. The professors at the Sussex, both teach and undertakes the research, so the students never get baffled by the concepts and learning pedagogy of the programs. The city of Brighton is well-known for its iconic scenic beauty and is only an hour away from London.

Campus Life

The campus of Sussex is situated in Falmer on the edge of Brigham city. The university provides almost all kinds of facilities to the students. Library at Sussex consists of thousands of print media and digital media which can be accessed anytime with a valid and convenient membership. The university has an enormous range of café and restaurants available within the campus. University also has a post office and a bank with 24 hour ATMs, so that it is feasible for students to handle the money. The University of Sussex has a dedicated sports center with all the safety measures. With all such facilities, Sussex is a home away from home for international students.

Noted Alumni

Over the years, the University of Sussex has given many notable alumni to the world. One of them is Lucy Brown – a famous personality in the Television field and has given successful coverage to the BBC, and many more. Dr. Rupert Young has a Ph.D. in Robotics from Sussex and his research work is giving prominent results in the field of artificial intelligence.