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Short information about a fundamental program for students without higher education.

Bachelor's programs provide for high-quality theoretical and practical education of specialists in various fields of activity. Bachelor's degree is offered in 13 university schools. The university educates specialists in:

  • Economics, management, business;
  • Social work, education;
  • Global research;
  • Engineering, computer science;
  • Sociology, politics, law;
  • Philosophy, art;
  • Physical, mathematical sciences;
  • Biology; 
  • Music, cinema, media;
  • Psychology;
  • Medicine.

 

  • Student age: 18+
  • Start dates: September.
  • Requirements for enrollment: IELTS from 6.5, Foundation (for foreign students), GCSE, IB, A-level.
  • The result of the studying: qualitative profile theoretical, practical education, bachelor's degree, career prospects, the possibility of academic development at the magistracy.
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21.09.2020 -23.04.2021 05.01.2021 -06.08.2021
17+
from 18 000 £ / year

Short information about the program of preparation for entering the University for undergraduate students in the following areas:

  • Communication and Media;
  • Psychology, biological sciences;
  • Social sciences, international relations, law;
  • Physics and engineering;
  • Mathematics, computer science;
  • Economy, business, management.

The preparatory program provides for the study of core subjects and academic English. In the classroom, students also get an idea of ​​the teaching methodology at Sussex University.

  • Student age: 17+
  • Start dates: September, January.
  • Requirements for admission: the level of English proficiency - from pre-intermediate.
  • The result of the studying: adaptation to the academic environment of the university, improvement of knowledge in profile disciplines, development of language skills.
07.09.2020 -10.06.2021
17+
from 18 000 £ / year

Short information about a fundamental program for students without higher education.

Bachelor's programs provide for high-quality theoretical and practical education of specialists in various fields of activity. Bachelor's degree is offered in 13 university schools. The university educates specialists in:

  • Economics, management, business;
  • Social work, education;
  • Global research;
  • Engineering, computer science;
  • Sociology, politics, law;
  • Philosophy, art;
  • Physical, mathematical sciences;
  • Biology; 
  • Music, cinema, media;
  • Psychology;
  • Medicine.

 

  • Student age: 18+
  • Start dates: September.
  • Requirements for enrollment: IELTS from 6.5, Foundation (for foreign students), GCSE, IB, A-level.
  • The result of the studying: qualitative profile theoretical, practical education, bachelor's degree, career prospects, the possibility of academic development at the magistracy.
07.09.2018 -10.06.2019
21+
from 15 500 £ / year

Short information about postgraduate profile course with a narrow academic specialization.

Master's programs of Sussex University provide high-quality fundamental education for students wishing to focus on teaching and / or research activities. The theoretical course is short and intense. Practical module provides for internship in partner companies of the university. Academic directions of magistracy are identical to bachelor's degree.

  • Student age: 21+
  • Start dates: September.
  • Requirements for admission: Bachelor's degree, IELTS 6.5, summary, recommendations (professional - if available, academic - required), motivation letter.
  • The result of the studying: a master's degree, the experience of research, a solid foundation for career and further professional development.
21.09.2020 -23.04.2021 05.01.2021 -06.08.2021
17+
from 18 500 £ / year

The International Year One

  • Age of participants: from 17 years
  • Duration of the programs: 2 semesters
  • Classes start: January, September
  •  Level of education: diploma of graduation with good grades (minimum GPA 4.0) + one year of additional education (minimum GPA 3.0)
  • Knowledge of the English language: IELTS 5.5 (not lower than 5.5 in the Letter section)
  • Participants: students of foreign countries.

The program is a specially adapted first year bachelor course for international students. To participate in the program, you must meet academic requirements and a certain level of English language skills (if necessary, you can first increase the level of the language in special courses). The programs last 2 semesters and have two versions of the annual schedule: starting in January or September respectively. Studying is conducted in 6 different directions:

  • Business and Management;
  • Computing;
  • Electrical and Electronic Engineering;
  • Finance and Accounting;
  • International Relations and International Development;
  • Media and Film Studies.

After each direction the relevant bachelor's specialties are available. Studying includes common modules and subject-oriented modules. Common modules for all directions are:

  • Academic English. Classes in English are intensive and include the development of professional skills in the main sections of linguistics. Students develop effective skills in reading and assimilating information, skills in literate and accurate written language, listening skills and fast fixing of information. In addition, the skills of effective participation in seminars and creative activities are actively developing, and the clarity and correctness of the presentation of their thoughts in English is sharpened.
  • Skills of career development. Much attention is paid to the development of career building skills. The process of studying at the university is inextricably linked with the process of employment and self-realization in the professional sphere, and therefore students have a unique opportunity from the first days of studying to receive comprehensive support in finding the most preferred specialization and the field of application of their talents.

Object-oriented modules consist of a set of disciplines required for each specific area and specialization. The education process is designed in such a way that different formats of work complement each other and help students to better absorb the material. These include:

  • Lectures and interactive lectures;
  • Seminar classes;
  • Master classes on various aspects of knowledge;
  • Seminars conducted by the students themselves;
  • Independent work and work in groups;
  • Laboratory experiments;
  • Seminars in the research key;
  • Experiments and scientific research on a specific topic.

To control the progress of students verification work periodically performs, such as:

  • Exams;
  • Tests;
  • Presentations;
  • Essays and extended essays
  • Reports on laboratory work and course projects.

Students receive all the help they need from teachers and university specialists. During the studying they adapt to the education system, the design of the university and the way of life in the country. After the successful completion of the program, students enter the second year of the undergraduate program at the University of Sussex for the chosen specialty (from among the available ones).

Directions of education, studying programs and available bachelor's programs are the following:

Direction: Business and Management

Modules of the studying program:

  • Academic English
  • Career skills
  • Business law. Topics are offered: English legal system, sources of law, contract laws, commercial law and its interaction with legislation in the field of intellectual property, key areas of law and their relation to business transactions.
  • Introduction to Accounting. The module reviews the basics of financial and management accounting, including various types of reports and methods for analyzing financial data.
  • Introduction to business management. Topics are offered: organizational processes, structures and strategies, key factors affecting the business environment, including business ethics, innovation, globalization and economic and social trends.
  • Introduction to the economy. Themes are the following: basic concepts and terminology of economic theory and their use in the analysis of business situations.
  • Introduction to marketing. Brief modern marketing review and its relationship with other disciplines that contribute to improving business performance.
  • Organizational behavior - explain key models of organizational behavior and analyze them to improve business performance.

Bachelor's programs are available after the referral:

  • Research in business and management (BSc (Hons))
  • Research in the field of business and management (with the year of employment in the specialty) (BSc (Hons)) (Business and Management Studies (with a professional placement year))
  • International Business (BSc (Hons))
  • International business (with the year of employment in the specialty) (International Business (with a professional placement year), BSc (Hons))
  • Marketing and Management (BSc (Hons))
  • Marketing and management (with the year of employment in the specialty) (Marketing and Management (with a professional placement year), BSc (Hons)).

Direction: Computing

Modules of the studying program:

  • Academic English
  • Career Skills for Computing Science
  • Mathematics for computation. Introductory module is dedicated to fundamental mathematical knowledge and skills of work for computer science.
  • Algorithmic thinking. Topics are offered: methods of developing algorithms and solving problems.
  • Data structures with "Java". Themes are offered: basic data structures and algorithms, including arrays, linked lists, stacks, queues, trees, hash tables and graphs.
  • Fundamentals of computer systems. Topics are offered: methods for implementing three basic abstractions of the computer system: memory, processors and communication lines.
  • Additional programming. The module is based on the programming skills obtained in the "Introduction to Programming" module and represents the basic principles of designing graphical user interfaces in "Java".
  • Introduction to programming- the introduction to object-oriented programming using the Java language.
  • Multimedia calculations. Themes are offered: HTML5, CSS2, CSS3, JavaScript and JavaScript Media API and their aspects.

Bachelor's programs are available after the referral:

  • Computer science (BSc (Hons))
  • Computer science (Mcomp)
  • Computer science (with the year of work in the industry) (with an industrial placement year, BSc (Hons))
  • Computer science, a 5-year program (with the year of work in the industry) (with an industrial placement (5 year course), Mcomp))
  • Computer science and artificial intelligence (BSc (Hons))
  • Computer science and artificial intelligence (with the year of work in the industry, BSc (Hons))
  • Computations for Business and Management (BSc (Hons))
  • Calculations for business and management (with the year of work in the industry) (with an industrial placement year, BSc (Hons))
  • Calculations for digital media (Computing for Digital Media, BSc (Hons))
  • Calculations for digital media (with the year of work in the industry) (with an industrial placement year, BSc (Hons))
  • Games and multimedia environment (BSc (Hons))
  • Games and multimedia environment (with a year of work in the industry) (with an industrial placement year, BSc (Hons)).

Direction: Electrical and Electronic Engineering

Modules of the studying program are:

  • English for Academic Purposes;
  • Development of career skills in the field of electrical engineering;
  • Devices and prototypes - introductory course, covering various aspects of design;
  • Electronic circuits and devices. Topics are offered: analysis and design of basic electronic circuits for engineering applications;
  • Electrical Engineering: Electromechanics. Topics are offered: electric and magnetic fields, electrical and magnetic materials, electromagnetic induction and its application, 3-phase AC systems and introduction to the theory of the electric motor.
  • Engineering Mathematics 1: (Mathematics). Themes are: the rules of differential and integral calculus to one or several variables, vector and complex numerical situations in engineering.
  • Engineering Mathematics 2: (Applied Mathematics). Topics are offered: complex algebra, including matrices containing more than one variable in three dimensions in engineering applications.
  • Programming - course introduction to programming in the "MATLAB" and "C".

Bachelor's programs are available after the referral:

  • Electrical and Electronic Engineering (BEng (Hons))
  • Electrical and electronic engineering (with a year of work in the specialty) ( with an industrial placement year, BEng (Hons)).

Direction: Finance and Accounting

Modules of the studying program are:

  • Academic English;
  • Career skills for finance and accounting;
  • Quantitative methods. Themes are: statistical methods and technologies used in the field of accounting and finance;
  • Business management and economics - an introductory module explaining key concepts of business and the business environment (and the economic environment). Analysis of organizational and management issues in the modern environment is provided.
  • Introduction to financial accounting. Themes are: accounting fundamentals and various financial transactions and reporting;
  • Introduction to management accounting. Topics are offered: management accounting concepts and methods used by companies in analyzing data within the company, the differences between financial and management accounting, accounting methods as the basis for making business decisions in the organization;
  • Introduction to mathematics for finance and accounting. Topics are offered: mathematical methods and technologies used in accounting and finance, development of confident and independent use of these skills;
  • Principles of Finance. Topics are offered: concepts and theory of financing and investment decisions;
  • The theory of investment. Themes are: general types of investments, methods of analysis of investment portfolios.

Bachelor's programs are available after the referral:

  • Accounting and Finance (BSc (Hons))
  • Accounting and finance (with a year of work in the specialty) (with a professional placement year, BSc (Hons))
  • Finance (BSc (Hons)
  • Finance (with a year of work in the specialty) (with a professional placement year, BSc (Hons))
  • Finance and business (BSc (Hons)).

Direction: International Relations and International Development

Modules of the studying program are:

  • English for Academic Purposes
  • Development of career skills
  • Colonialism and its heritage. Topics are offered: slavery, imperialism, colonialism, development, post-colonial theory of international relations, independence and oppression, and its impact on identity;
  • Problems of development. The module focuses on key issues faced by low-income countries;
  • Development of the modern international system. Topics are offered: Westphalian system of international relations, fascism, communism, the League of Nations, the revival of China and decolonization, the period of the Cold War and the post-Cold War period, the prospects for the development of international relations;
  • Global problems. The module is devoted to the development dynamics in global politics. The course demonstrates how political life at all levels, both nationally and regionally, affects the affairs and policies of the world;
  • Introduction to international relations. Topics are offered: theories that underlie the study of international relations;
  • Key thinkers in the field of development. The module introduces students to the biographies and ideas of some thinkers who devoted their works to the study of international development in its relationship with decolonization, as well as contemporary issues and problems.

Bachelor's programs are available after the referral:

  • International Development (BA (Hons))
  • International relations (BA (Hons))
  • International relations and development (BA (Hons)).

Direction: Media and Film Studies

Modules of the studying program are:

  • English;
  • Development of career skills;
  • Analysis of media texts. Themes are: key concepts underlying ideologies and representations in the media;
  • Culturology. Topics are offered: various methods (including text analysis, interviews and observation) in areas related to cultural research;
  • Media industry: critical debate. Topics are offered: the key models of television financing, the positive and negative aspects of each of these models, the television culture: the processes of creation and the impact on life;
  • Media practice: digital video. Topics are offered: understanding and awareness of visual media, the art of conveying meaning and emotion through a moving image, technical skills of working with video;
  • Media practice: photography and sound. Themes are: the narrative potential of photography and sound, its cultural and social consequences, the creation of a creative photographic and sound project.
  • Research in the field of cinema. Topics are offered: key expressive methods related to the language of the film, analysis of the structure of narrative, mise en scene, cinematography, editing and sound, and the application of this knowledge in the past and in the modern film industry.

Bachelor's programs are available after the referral:

  • Film Studies (BA (Hons))
  • Media and communications (BA (Hons))
  • Media and cultural studies (BA (Hons))
  • Media Production (BA (Hons)).

Entry requirements:

  • Student age: from 17 years old
  • Entry requirements: diploma of graduation with good grades (minimum GPA 4.0) + one year of additional education (minimum GPA 3.0)
  • Knowledge of English: IELTS 5.5 (not lower than 5.5 in the letter section).
  • Beginning of classes: January, September.

The academic year is divided into semesters and has two versions of the annual schedule:

1) Beginning in January:

  • Semester 1: from January 15 to April 20
  • Semester 2: from May 8 to August 10

1) Beginning in September:

  • Semester 1: from September 10 to December 14
  • Semester 2: from January 21 to May 3.
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20+
from 17 500 £ / 2 semesters

Pre-Master's program

  • Age of participants: from 20 years
  • Duration of the program: 1 or 2 semesters
  • Beginning of classes: January, May, September
  • Entry requirements: bachelor's degree / specialist diploma (minimum score GPA 4.0)
  • Knowledge of the English language: for the semester program: IELTS 6.0 (at least 6.0 in the "letter" section and 5.5 in the remaining sections); for a 2-semester program: IELTS 5.5 (minimum 5.5 for all sections)
  • Language of instruction: English
  • Participants: only international students (not citizens of the European Union and Britain).

Pre-Master's is a specially adapted pre-master's program for the University of Sussex, designed for international students, whose goal is to bring the university's requirements and the level of knowledge of applicants in line. Studying lasts 1 or 2 semesters (depending on the level of the English language) and begins three times a year - in January, May or September. For admission to the Pre-Master's it is necessary to have a certain level of English and a bachelor's / specialist's diploma (with good points). If necessary, the entrant can first pass a special course in English.

Studying is conducted in 4 directions:

  • International relations and international development;
  • Management and Finance;
  • Media, journalism and film studies;
  • Business, media and social studies.

Each educational program is carefully designed and includes various modules that allow the most complete disclosure of the topics needed for the chosen direction. Modules include:

  • Academic English. The module is devoted to the development of the following skills: academic writing, effective reading strategies, effective participation in seminars, skills in preparing and presenting presentations, listening and recording information from lectures. Also, the accuracy and clarity of the expression of thoughts in written and spoken language that are necessary for an effective learning process in the magistracy.
  • Skills of study at university and employment skills. This includes teaching students the skills of university education and the skills necessary for an effective job search process.
  • A complex of academic disciplines (including disciplines to choose from). ItcContains items that are needed to disclose all topics and questions of the chosen direction.

The studying is conducted through lectures, seminars, interactive seminars, teamwork and individual work. Teachers constantly monitor the progress of students and ensure that all the passed material was learned by them; for each difficult issue the student addresses directly to the teachers and receives exhaustive explanations. Much attention is paid to the development of students' skills in research and employment, the career department provides all possible assistance in matters of career self-determination and choice of future profession. To control the progress of various types of testing are provided:

  • Exams;
  • Seminars;
  • Group projects;
  • Presentations;
  • Essay;
  • Tests.

After the successful completion of the chosen program, students enter the department of the master's program of the University of Sussex for one of the available specialties (for the first year).

The directions of study, the content of the programs and the available specialties of the magistracy:

Direction "International relations and international development"

1. The main modules of the studying program:

  • Academic English
  • Skills of academic and labour activity in the field of international relations and international development (module only for the semester program). The purpose of this module is to develop academic skills that include communication skills (writing, speaking, listening and reading), reasoning skills and critical thinking and research methodology.
  • Skills of research in international relations and international development. The purpose of this module is to introduce and develop skills related to scientific work and writing a literature review. The topics of the module provide an opportunity to develop an understanding of the research process, and also to provide experience in the synthesis of relevant literature.

2. Modules to choose from:

  • Questions of international relations (only for the semester program). The module introduces students to some of the key issues and challenges facing the modern international system. Themes of the module are: the coexistence and interaction of several societies in the absence of a central world government, the concept of power and influence, the dynamics of changing social interaction and its relation to access and equality with respect to these two concepts.
  • Actors and institutions in international development. Themes of the module are: studying the diversity of actors in the development process, their institutional structures, the theoretical foundations of development assistance, the importance of actors and institutions in the context of development.
  • Modern problems of development. The module focuses on in-depth study of some of the current problems of international development, with special attention paid to low-income countries.
  • The theory of international relations. The module introduces students to the theoretical approaches that have been developed in the field of international relations, and covers both the main approaches and a number of more radical alternatives that have emerged in recent years.

The following Master's programs are available:

  • Anthropology (MA)
  • Anthropology of Development and Social Transformation (MA)
  • Conflict, Security and Development (MA)
  • Environment, Development and Policy (MA)
  • Geopolitics and Grand Strategy (MA)
  • Global Governance (MA)
  • Global Political Economy (MA)
  • International Relations (MA)
  • International Security (MA)
  • Social anthropology and the global economy (MA)
  • Social development (MA).
     

The direction "Management and Finance"

1. The main modules of the studying program:

  • Academic English
  • Academic skills of studying and employment in the field of management and finance (only for the semester program). The module includes the development of communication skills, information analysis and critical thinking and research methodology. The module program also makes students confident users of modern research technologies, such as databases, online libraries, as well as relevant databases and resources (such as Mintel).
  • Research skills for management and finance. The module develops students' skills in analyzing literature related to this research and writing a review of the literature necessary for the master's study.

2. Modules to choose from:

  • Business environment (only for the semester program). The module gives an idea of ​​what a modern business environment is, how different actors and institutions operate and how they behave in the global world, examining, as examples, the companies of the country. Themes of the module are: fundamental business theories and models, basic concepts of economics, corporate social responsibility, entrepreneurship, strategic business decisions (and how firms evaluate their current situation - both domestically and abroad).
  • Business management. Themes of the module are: the fundamentals of the theory of management in business, the concept of organizational structure, leadership, culture, team and group work, recruitment and selection in organizations.
  • Finance, investment and quantitative methods. Themes of the module are: the concepts connected with making decisions in the field of financing and investments, the generally accepted mathematical methods of making managerial decisions; theories and their application in practice.
  • Strategy. Themes of the module are: key concepts and problems within the framework of the strategy of organizations with an emphasis on a critical-approach to application.

The direction "Media, journalism and film studies"

1. The main modules of the studying program:

  • Academic English
  • Skills of studying and employment for media direction, journalism and film art (only for the semester program). The module is devoted to the development of academic communication skills, analysis, critical thinking and methodology.
  • Research project (practice) for media, journalism and film art. The module is dedicated to the development of skills in the field of media practice. In the process of work, among other things, students create a documentary video.
  • Research skills for media, journalism and film art (theory). The module is focused on various methods related to the collection, analysis and criticism of media space and / or cinematographic data.

2. Modules to choose from:

  • Approaches to media and film research. The module represents the study of media texts, technologies and audiences and their contribution to social life. It also examines the role of media influence in how they reflect or challenge the dominant ideologies of society.
  • Media-critical practice. The module introduces students to the narrative potential of photography and develops an understanding of the intended value, both in a still image, and in relation to its cultural and social consequences, by creating a photographic project.
  • Media stories. The module develops further knowledge and understanding of the forms and practices of the media in relation to political processes and documentary films as an effective genre for the narrative of "life".
  • Media technology in the context (only for the semester program). The module is aimed at developing a critical understanding of the role of technology in the media landscape from the Western point of view. Students evaluate and analyze the influence and role of media technologies in the political and social context, both in the historical perspective and at the present time.

Direction "Business, Media and Social Research"

2-semester studying program:

1. Main modules:

  • Academic English
  • Employment Skills
  • Critical reading
  • Research skills
  • Adaptation to university studies.

2. Modules to choose from:

  • Business, management and finance
  • Law, International Relations and Social Sciences
  • Cinema and media.

Semester studying program:

  • Academic English
  • Development of employment skills
  • Critical reading
  • Skills of research at the master's level
  • Business, management and finance (to choose from)
  • Law, international relations and social sciences (to choose from)
  • Cinema and media (to choose from).

Master's programs available after the directions "Management and Finance", "Media, Journalism and Film Studies", "Business, Media and Social Sciences" :

  • Anthropology (MA)
  • Anthropology of Development and Social Transformation (MA)
  • History of Art (Art History, MA)
  • Banking and Finance (MSc)
  • Studies of childhood and adolescence (Childhood and Youth Studies, MA)
  • Conflicts, security and development (MA)
  • Contemporary History (MA)
  • Management of corporate finance and financial risks (Corporate and Financial Risk Management, MSc)
  • Corruption and Governance (MA)
  • The cultural and creative industries (MA)
  • Development Economics (MSc)
  • Digital Documentation (MA)
  • Digital Media (Digital Media, MA)
  • Economics (Economics, MSc)
  • Entrepreneurship and Innovation (MSc)
  • Environment, Development and Policy (MA)
  • Film Studies (MA)
  • Film production (MA)
  • Products and development (Food and Development, MA)
  • Gender and Media (MA)
  • Gender Studies (MA)
  • Gender, crime and conflict (MA)
  • Geopolitics and Grand Strategy, MA
  • Global Governance (MA)
  • Global Political Economy (MA)
  • Management of Global Supply Chain and Logistics (MSc)
  • Human Resource Management (MSc)
  • Human Rights (MA)
  • Intellectual History (MA)
  • International Accounting and Corporate Governance (MSc)
  • International Business Economics (MSc)
  • International Education and Development (MA)
  • International Finance and Economics (MSc)
  • International Journalism (International Journalism, MA)
  • International Management (MSc)
  • International Marketing (MSc)
  • International Policy (International Politics, MA)
  • International Relations (International Relations, MA)
  • International Security (MA)
  • Journalism and Documentary Practice (MA)
  • Journalism and Media Studies (MA)
  • Criminal law and criminology ( LLM)
  • Management (Management, MSc)
  • Management and Finance (MSc)
  • Management of information technology (MSc)
  • Marketing and Consumer Psychology (MSc)
  • Media and Cultural Studies (MA)
  • Media Practices for Development and Social Change (MA)
  • Migration and Global Development (MA)
  • Migration Studies (MA)
  • Philosophy (Philosophy, MA)
  • Photography: history, theory, practice (MA)
  • Project Management (MSc)
  • Social and Political Thought (MA)
  • Social anthropology (Social Anthropology, MA)
  • Social anthropology and the global economy (MA)
  • Social Development (MA)
  • Management Strategic Innovation Management (MSc)
  • Sustainable development (MSc).
     

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

1. Participants - only citizens of foreign countries (not citizens of the European Union and Britain)

2. English language level for participation:

  • For entering the semester program, the language level is required: IELTS 6.0 (minimum 6.0 in the Writing section and 5.5 in the remaining sections)
  • For admission to the 2-semester program, the language level is required: IELTS 5.5 (minimum 5.5 for all sections)

3. Educational level: bachelor's degree / specialist diploma (minimum score GPA 4.0).

DAYS OF TRIMESTORS AND ADDITIONAL COSTS

  • Beginning of classes: January, May, September.
  • Academic year for semester programs:

1. Beginning January January: January 14 - May 3

2. Beginning in May: May 7 - August 9.

Academic year for 2-semester programs:

1. Beginning in September:

  • Semester 1: from September 10 to December 14
  • Semester 2: from January 21 to May 3.

2. Beginning in January:

  • Semester 1: from January 14 to May 3
  • Semester 2: from May 7 to August 9.
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