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New flexible programmes launched at the University of Sussex International Study Centre

05 January 2018

The University of Sussex International Study Centre is delighted to announce the launch of a number of enhanced programmes designed to offer flexible study routes to the University of Sussex.

From September 2018, students will be able to study two enhanced International Foundation Year programmes and a Pre-Masters Programme that complements the existing programme offering. All programmes at the University of Sussex International Study Centre offer an integrated career skills module, CareerAhead, that equips students with the skills they need to succeed in today’s competitive employment market. The changes have been introduced to better meet the needs of students and to simplify the programme offering for education agents working with Study Group.

Programmes for September 2018:

International Foundation Year in Business, Media and Social Sciences

Offering pathways in:

  • Business, Management and Economics
  • Film and Media
  • Social Sciences, Global Studies and Law

International Foundation Year in Science and Engineering

Offering pathways in:

  • Life Sciences
  • Psychology
  • Computing
  • Engineering

Pre-Masters Programme in Business, Media and Social Sciences

Offering pathways in:

  • Business, Management and Finance
  • Law, International Relations and Social Sciences
  • Film and Media

Putting students first

Students will benefit from the programme changes in a number of ways, including gaining access to a wider range of progression degree options, the option to change their pathway/progression degree on some study routes, and the ability to choose their academic modules based on their interests and career aims. Students will be guided throughout by expert staff to ensure they make the best academic choices for their interests and ambitions. This makes the University of Sussex International Study Centre an attractive choice for students who have identified their field of study and would like greater flexibility and choice with their degree and study options. The style of learning delivered across the programmes is aligned to the University’s own teaching and learning model, ensuring a seamless transition for students when they progress to the University.

Learn more about the programmes on the University of Sussex International Study Centre website.

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