Neuroscience BSc (Hons)

University of Sussex

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**About the course**You will learn from world-leading experts in the Sussex Neuroscience research programme. We represent over 50 research groups working on the central nervous system. Our specialisms include the neurobiology of neurodegenerative disease, motor control and sensory systems, among others. You can choose from a range of modules based on our latest research, which ranges from studying molecules to humans. To support your career development, you will also study research methods and ... READ MORE

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3 Years

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A level

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English Literature

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£9,250 per year
Students from England Students from England
£9,250 per year
Students from Scotland Students from Scotland
£9,250 per year
Students from Wales Students from Wales
£9,250 per year
Students from Northern Ireland Students from Northern Ireland
£9,250 per year
Students from Channel Islands
£23,175 per year
Students from EU EU Students
£23,175 per year
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University of Sussex
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The University of Sussex is a word-leading research-intensive institution (REF, 2021) based near the popular seaside city of Brighton. A welcoming and creative place, Brighton is the perfect destination to live and study. With more than 500 undergraduate and postgraduate courses, students at the University of Sussex have plenty of choice when choosing a degree. The university works hard to stimulate, excite and challenge students, reflected by their research, campus, culture and courses. At Sussex, the teaching faculty boasts three Nobel prize winners, 12 Fellows of the British Academy and a winner of the highly acclaimed Crafoord Prize. Sustainability is a priority at Sussex, with a goal of reaching net zero carbon emissions by 2035.

Where you'll study

University of Sussex

Sussex House Undergraduate Admissions Falmer Brighton
Brighton & Hove
BN1 9RH United Kingdom Nearest train station: Moulsecoomb  1.1 miles away

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