I would recommend Sussex to anyone who wants somewhere that they can truly be themselves without worrying. You fit in without even trying and I have never felt so comfortable in a place of academia
Do any students on courses that don't lead to an obvious career path feel prepared for life after uni? Looking at the state of the current job market I am terrified. But there has to be some positives of having a degree from Sussex.
Course and Lecturers
MY lecturers are fab, kind, caring and so so so knowledgable. They're supportive and so open minded. It means anyone happily contributes!
I don't have much spare time so the Students' union isn't something i really see. But I do appreciate the work that they do for our uni to keep everyone happy.
MY accommodation is lovely, well kept and the campus makes you feel so safe. However, halls is not for me as I rather disliked my flatmates, making it a rather untraditional first year
Being situated in the centre of a national park we have the city and sea only 4 miles away, yet are located in the beautiful countryside. This contrast is so so wonderful
Clubs and Societies
Again, I lack a lot of time so don't tend to get involved. But the wide range on offer seems brilliant
The support systems in place really do seem to care for the best interests of the students and I'm glad to know that if I should need them, they would be there.
Having said what you have said would you recommend your uni?