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University of Sussex, Brighton

(4.4/5 based on 35+ reviews on the web)
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  • This University Campus is very large being spread out over an area from Eastbourne to Brighton with disciples buildings that vary in age and quality Have studied at both Eastbourne and Brighton over t...  more »
  • It is a quiet seemed an ordinary University United Kingdom Friday night gets pretty noisy students. Once the bus goes to the city you're in Brighton. There is no special attraction is the well on the inside, it's just you and the University are only seen once.
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  • My son commenced his undergraduate course in Economics & Finance last year. He loves it. The University has a multi-cultural atmosphere amidst a modern setting. Facilities are continually being upgrad...  more »
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  • I've finished my first year here and I love it, a friendly and beautiful campus, a great night life close to campus. The campus has a great gym at the top of a woody hill. Of course there's also the fact that it pretty much borders the South Downs National Park. I can't speak for all departments, but I've found the physics department to be excellent, and to have a positive and relaxed atmosphere.
  • Will admit my bias upfront. Undergraduate and postgraduate done here. Loved it. Simple as. Course and department (physics) top marks, Uni facilities top marks, sports included in that, accommodation and family feel top marks, teaching quality top marks, ease for cyclists brilliant, town fantastic for nightlife day life culture variety etc. Very glad to have spent my time here. It's a beautiful and friendly place. Shame everything ain't that cheap, but it ain't London at least!! 5* uni
  • After spending 3 years looking at several different universities, Sussex tied the knot for me. The staff are friendly and supportive, the departments are well facilitated, the teaching standard (from what I've experienced so far on my visits) seems top quality, they're very easy to get in contact with and their response rates are relatively speedy. They also have a lot to offer in terms of different scholarships and bursary schemes. But what made it for me was just the outstanding beauty of the whole university and campus - and not to mention being minutes away from Brighton and the beach, and an hour train journey from central London. I look forward to studying here (provided I get the grades to) in September!
  • A nice campus uni with great facilities, although the student body are aggressively left wing. In my time at uni the students union banned multiple speakers from the university, including lecturers who were from institutions the SU didn't agree with but who shared no other political view with the institution. Fortunately the sciences and informatics departments seem to be populated with more sensible lefties, like myself
  • It was a factory of posturing bourgeois , metropolitan suburban mediocrity. The faculty were often rude, nasty , boring and about a million times less intelligent and interesting than they thought they were. The student body was crammed with metropolitan champagne socialists who thought they could use third world poverty to make cheap debating points , self obsessed poseurs and women who wanted to cut up men. Many of the ancillary staff gave a remarkably life like impersonation if thuggery. I wish. That I had told them to stick their degree or better still, that it had never been Set up.