18 May 2020
The University of Sussex ranks 1st in the world for Development Studies (QS World University Rankings 2020) and Indian students can meet this award winning university at the SI-UK University Fair Online to learn more about their top courses.
The Department of International Studies at Sussex has been ranked the best in the world for four consecutive years. It offers a portfolio of undergraduate and postgraduate courses in International Studies to prepare you for a career in developmental work in agencies such as the UN organisations, government agencies, community work, international non-governmental organisations and the Department for International Development (DFID). Students are encouraged to study in a creative and intellectually challenging environment.
Development Studies at Sussex have been placed at number 1 for five out of the past six years on which Elizabeth Harrison, Head of the School of Global Studies at Sussex, said: “It’s fantastic that the exceptional work in development studies carried out at both Sussex and IDS has been recognised for the fourth year running. Our concern for global inequalities and social justice is reflected in our wide range of courses for both undergraduates and postgraduates, and in our world-class research.”
University of Sussex is a research intensive university located on the southern coast of the UK near the vibrant cities of Brighton and Hove. Sussex is only a stone’s throw away from Brighton, which is a top ten city beach destination in the world as per the Lonely Planet magazine. It is also the only university in the UK to be surrounded by a national park, making it a great place for students combining a vivid experience of the city, coast and countryside.
You can also meet 80+ UK universities at the virtual SI-UK University Fair, the largest in India for UK based universities. Attend the fair to learn more about Autumn 2020 Entry at UK universities and get free visa advice and scholarship information from university representatives and UK education consultants.
I got to know about UEA by looking at university rankings tables. From this, I started contacting UEA students over Instagram and Facebook and I was happy to receive positive reviews. I was nervous prior to starting my studies, but university staff helped me find accommodation. I found that there was support on campus such as free language classes and there were a lot of events happening for students to become familiar with the university.
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