University of Sussex
The University of Sussex was founded in the 1960s and is located near Brighton in south England. The University of Sussex offers 500 different programmes to international students. The MBA programme is one of the most sought-after courses at the university. By providing top-tier programmes in a variety of subjects, the university has produced three Nobel Prize winners.

Cost of attendance

On an average, prospective students can make an estimated budget of 18,500 GBP (~18.48 lakh INR) per annum for tuition.


Students have access to ten residence halls at the university, with five en suite and five shared bathroom options. Bed, mattress (but no bedding), wardrobe, mirror, blinds, drawers, chair, desk, shelves, and lamp desk are examples of room furniture. Laundry, social room, fridge, microwave, common areas, security services, Wi-Fi, and other amenities are available. Students who are disabled or physically challenged are given special consideration. The cost of on-campus housing is £95 per week for 51 weeks. The typical monthly rent for off-campus living is 500 to 700 pounds.

Acceptance rate

The university shows an extremely generous admission procedure by welcoming students from 165 countries. Nearly 6,000 international students contribute to the cultural diversity of the university campus. University of Sussex has an acceptance rate of 83%, displaying a lightly selective admission policy.


The Sussex only campus is in Falmer, Brighton, UK, close to the main international airports of Gatwick and Heathrow. The South Downs National Park surrounds the school, making it a lush open environment. There includes a library, restaurants and cafes, banking and ATMs, health centres, child care facilities, launderette conferences, pharmacy, dentists, and many more campus facilities. Both the Sports Centre (SC) and the Falmer Sports Complex (FSC) have remarkable sports facilities. Sussex offers over 300 student-led organisations and clubs, as well as 42 sports teams, for students to participate in. Queen Elizabeth II founded and commissioned the university's library in 1964, and it now includes a research support centre as well as a research hub for research personnel and Ph.D. students.


The Sussex MBA is an AMBA-accredited programme. AMBA is the global standard for MBA programmes and denotes the highest achievement in postgraduate business education. Find out more about the Association of MBAs (AMBA).

Jobs and Placement

CareerHub is the university's online job search tool, which assists students in locating placement and internship opportunities. Companies that hire graduates from the University of Sussex include EY, Ola UK, American Express, the United Nations World Food Programme, the BBC, Ford, Deloitte, Jaguar, The Royal Bank of Scotland, and Barclays. LLM graduates at the University of Sussex earn an average salary of 92,316 GBP (114,000 USD) a year, according to Emolument. Graduates of the university earn a starting salary of 70,452 GBP (43,000 USD). University graduates in financial services are the highest paid, earning roughly 62,883 GBP (87,000 USD) each year.

QS Ranking

#226 in QS Global World Ranking 2022

The Ranking

#=151 in World University Rankings 2022 in THE ranking.

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