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University of Sussex

Study Group formed its first ever higher education relationship with the University of Sussex. The original International Study Centre (ISC) has been the proving ground for this innovative and highly successful concept, providing a significant increase in international student numbers with a 99% progression rate.

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Sussex University

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 ISC. Find out more

International Study Centre programmes:
International Foundation Year
International Year One
Pre-Masters

"The ISC enables me to study with many different nationalities, which is very interesting. If I had to describe the teaching here compared to my country, I would say that here it is more interactive and varied." 

Muzi from South Africa
Pre-Masters in Management and Finance

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24th in UK 65th in Europe and 140th in the world (Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2016)

Located close to Brighton, one of the most vibrant cities in the UK