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I'm considering transferring to Sussex from my current university as I am not personally satisfied with the course and was thinking of going to Sussex instead, can anybody who has studied there tell me how their experience was? Thank you in advance <3
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I'm considering transferring to Sussex from my current university as I am not personally satisfied with the course and was thinking of going to Sussex instead, can anybody who has studied there tell me how their experience was? Thank you in advance <3
Hello AngelicaMazz,

Unfortunately, I have not studied Criminology myself, however, as a current third-year student studying Computer Science, I can tell you a little bit about my experience. I liked that the campus was full of green open spaces, and had easy access to Brighton. Whenever I wanted to relax, I could go to the beach and sunbathe or stroll around the city centre and see what was going on in town. In terms of teaching, the lecturers and staff were very helpful and always willing to provide support. From my experience being a Student Representative and joining School meetings, I could see that the lecturers care about their students and are always looking into ways they could improve teaching. I had a fun time being on campus, joining events and meeting new people through different societies. I liked that the university was diverse, and found people I met through the university were outgoing and friendly.

The University of Sussex is incredibly diverse, with students and staff coming from over 100 different countries. We have more than 200 societies and clubs to choose from (Sports, Societies & Media) and the Student Union is always putting on events where you can find like-minded people and try something new. The campus is surrounded by the South Downs National Park where you can take walks and relax, and the lively city of Brighton is less than 10 mins away from the campus via a train so it's easily accessible to get into town. On-campus, we also have a number of shops, bars and cafes run by the Student Union.

It is probably best to consider a few factors before deciding to transfer including the location, quality of teaching and your interest in the modules on the course to see which university meets your personal requirements best. Please have a look at the Criminology BA course page to see the courses in more detail. You can also talk to one of our Student Ambassadors online via the Unibuddy Chat Platform to learn more about their experience studying at Sussex.

The University of Sussex is 6th in the UK for Criminology (The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2021) which makes Sussex an institution worthy of considering and indicates our quality of teaching. I would focus on which university has better course content and whether you would enjoy your time studying at the university.

I hope this helps, please let me know if you have any other questions!

Kind Regards,
Erica (3rd Year Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence)
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Hello AngelicaMazz,

Unfortunately, I have not studied Criminology myself, however, as a current third-year student studying Computer Science, I can tell you a little bit about my experience. I liked that the campus was full of green open spaces, and had easy access to Brighton. Whenever I wanted to relax, I could go to the beach and sunbathe or stroll around the city centre and see what was going on in town. In terms of teaching, the lecturers and staff were very helpful and always willing to provide support. From my experience being a Student Representative and joining School meetings, I could see that the lecturers care about their students and are always looking into ways they could improve teaching. I had a fun time being on campus, joining events and meeting new people through different societies. I liked that the university was diverse, and found people I met through the university were outgoing and friendly.

The University of Sussex is incredibly diverse, with students and staff coming from over 100 different countries. We have more than 200 societies and clubs to choose from (Sports, Societies & Media) and the Student Union is always putting on events where you can find like-minded people and try something new. The campus is surrounded by the South Downs National Park where you can take walks and relax, and the lively city of Brighton is less than 10 mins away from the campus via a train so it's easily accessible to get into town. On-campus, we also have a number of shops, bars and cafes run by the Student Union.

It is probably best to consider a few factors before deciding to transfer including the location, quality of teaching and your interest in the modules on the course to see which university meets your personal requirements best. Please have a look at the Criminology BA course page to see the courses in more detail. You can also talk to one of our Student Ambassadors online via the Unibuddy Chat Platform to learn more about their experience studying at Sussex.

The University of Sussex is 6th in the UK for Criminology (The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2021) which makes Sussex an institution worthy of considering and indicates our quality of teaching. I would focus on which university has better course content and whether you would enjoy your time studying at the university.

I hope this helps, please let me know if you have any other questions!

Kind Regards,
Erica (3rd Year Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence)
Thank you so much for your help!
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