Campus life at Sussex
Campus life at Sussex Life at Sussex

                                       Life at Sussex

Campus life at Sussex Life at Sussex
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Sussex at Brighton –
 Sussex at Brighton – work hard, play hard L...
Sussex at Brighton – work hard, play hard Life at Sussex
The live music…                                  vegetarian, Mong...
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Sport at Sussex Life at Sussex

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  1. 1. Campus life at Sussex Campus life at Sussex Life at Sussex Life at Sussex F or many, going to university could mean moving away from home for the first time. This may be daunting, but you will soon find the University of Sussex a real home-from-home. Set in acres of parkland, the campus is a community with its own bars, shops and amenities. Living in University-managed housing offers the perfect transition from home life to complete independence. Most first-year undergraduates live in All University-managed flats and houses University-managed housing, either on have self-catering facilities, so you can get to campus or in Brighton. Those on campus grips with cooking your own meals. However, find its friendly, cosmopolitan atmosphere if your culinary skills leave something to be and thriving social life a real antidote to the desired, on campus you can find plenty of homesick blues. Others, however, appreciate places to eat, at reasonable prices. Self- the bustle of Brighton, and enjoy the service restaurants cater for a quick coffee distractions of living in town. Wherever you or a three-course meal, while the bars also find yourself, you will soon settle in, discover serve food. The school cafés are a good place how easy it is to make new friends, and for lunch or a latte and are popular with both quickly take advantage of all that campus students and staff. and Brighton have to offer. In case of any Shopping on campus is good for basics. difficulties, however, our residential advisors Bramber House has a food store, newsagent, are on hand to offer help and support if you Lauren’s post office, launderette, insurance agency perspective need it. and bookshop. There are also a couple ‘Campus life is one of the major x Campus facilities of banks, with cashpoint machines. The benefits of studying at Sussex. When x The best thing about campus is that Students’ Union runs several shops including I x first came to visit Sussex I fell in love everything is so handy. The restaurants, a grocery store, selling a range of Co-op with the place. x bars and sports facilities are just a short walk goods, and a convenience shop selling ‘As x you’re living so close to where you x study it really encourages you to away and getting to early lectures for many everything from cheap stationery and make the most of your degree. You can x is as easy as falling out of bed. sweatshirts to excellent bagels. meet up with tutors to get advice on x dissertation topics, spend an evening x studying at the Library or even get to x an x early morning lecture 20 minutes after you wake up! x ‘When you need to take a break from x studying there’re plenty of cafés, x restaurants and shops on campus x where you can grab some food – and x it’s x all tailored to the student budget. ‘There are some good bars on campus x and x a nightclub and, if you want to venture further afield, the bright lights x of x Brighton are a mere eight minutes away by train.’ Lauren January 14
  2. 2. Campus life at Sussex Life at Sussex Sussex has recently been awarded Fairtrade find something that takes your fancy – Dan’s status, which means that the University and whether you’re into ultimate frisbee or a perspective Students’ Union are committed to selling game of chess, film-making or breakdancing. ‘Hello and welcome to Sussex! x Fairtrade foods in campus shops and using USSU provides a range of entertainment Your time at University should be x them in campus restaurants. Fairtrade is on and off campus – quizzes, live music among the best years of your life and x an independent consumer guarantee that nights and student-led DJ nights in the Cube the University of Sussex Students’ x disadvantaged producers in the developing (the campus nightclub), as well as the No Union (USSU) is here to help make x sure this happens, whether through x world are getting a better deal. Nonsense night at the Honeyclub in Brighton. the chance to join one of our 115 x Campus services also include a health On campus the East Slope Bar runs an open societies, have a night out at our x centre, a dentist and a pharmacy. For those mic night, so if you’re brave enough, you very own club, campaign on an issue, x in need of a retreat, the interdenominational can showcase your particular talents to an represent your fellow students, or x simply seek support and advice – we x Meeting House offers peace and quiet, as appreciative student audience. do it all! x well as the chapel and chaplaincy services. USSU also runs several major events ‘The best thing about the Union is not x With so many people living and working throughout the academic year. Freshers’ just that it’s run for you but that it’s x together, socialising is, not surprisingly, of Week welcomes newcomers with a host run by you: you elect the students x that run USSU. This means that USSU x paramount importance. There are a number of social, academic and welfare induction is what you make of it, so whatever x of bars on campus, each with its own events and the Union organises freshers’ you’re into – be it deep sea diving, x particular vibe. So if you like your tipple in a fairs and festivals. The biggest event for first formal debating or fair trade – you can x straight glass or with a cherry on top, if you years is the Freshers’ Ball. A recent Ball in do it with us. Aside from the Union, x want live sports on TV or a quiet drink after a Tru nightclub in Brighton featured Radio 1 DJ Sussex as a university is a genuinely x hard day at the Library, you’ll find somewhere Zane Lowe and the Fun Lovin’ Criminals. engaging place to be and has given x that suits your mood, and your pocket. me some of the best years of my x Open space life both academically and socially. I x The Students’ Union When all that socialising and rigorous would recommend it to anyone and x The University of Sussex Students’ Union intellectual exertion get too much, the frequently do!’ (USSU) is the focus of many student activities campus offers the ultimate in peace and Dan Vockins at Sussex. It organises entertainment and tranquillity. The University is situated in the USSU President events and runs shops and bars on campus. Sussex Downs Area of Outstanding Natural It also provides welfare advice. The Union Beauty, with acres of rolling green parkland officers, who are students elected each where you can escape the hustle and bustle year, make sure that there is student of campus life and relax body and mind. And, representation throughout the University if all that greenery sounds frighteningly rural, community so that your views are heard. the delights of Brighton are only minutes Membership of the Union is free. away. Clubs, societies and entertainment Living on campus, one thing you can be sure of is that you need never be bored. USSU runs over 115 societies and there are also 38 For a virtual view of our beautiful green campus log on to sports teams and clubs, so you’re bound to 15
  3. 3. Sussex at Brighton – Xxxxxxxxxx Sussex at Brighton – work hard, play hard Life at Sussex work hard, play hard Life at Sussex T he city of Brighton & Hove really does have everything: sun, sea, brilliant clubs, great places to eat, fabulous shops, a truly cosmopolitan vibe, and it’s only an hour from London. And, since students form 10 per cent of the city’s population, you can be confident that you’ll find plenty to satisfy your needs. In fact, so accommodating is the city by productions staged throughout the city, you’ll the sea that many students fall in love with find something to entertain you. the place and make it their home after The Komedia, Brighton Dome, and Hove graduation, vowing never to leave. So what Town Hall offer plenty of opportunities to is it about this city of culture, candyfloss and catch stand-up comedy and cabaret, clubs that makes it so appealing? while many pubs also offer open mic and The nightlife… talent nights. When the sun sets, Brighton’s legendary Cinema-goers will find plenty to keep nightlife kicks in. The city boasts over 200 them happy. Brighton hosts two multiplex pubs and bars, ranging from the traditional cinemas offering 17 screens for mainstream variety to the distinctively chilled out and movies. If art-house cinema is more your trendy. Popular venues include the beach thing, head straight to the Duke of York’s, a front Fortune of War, great for winter warmers Brighton treasure and the oldest purpose- but even better on balmy summer evenings; built cinema in Britain. And, in true Brighton the George, serving up great veggie food in style, the beach occasionally plays host to a lively atmosphere; and Ali-Cats cellar bar, big-screen cult films on summer evenings. good for cocktails and early evening cult film showings. The annual events… The highlight of the cultural year is the annual When the pubs close, or if they’re just not Brighton Festival. Held in May, it’s England’s your thing, plenty of life can be found until the biggest arts festival, attracting hundreds of early hours in Brighton’s clubs. Home of Nick performers to its three-week stint. This is your Cave, The Kooks and The Ordinary Boys, the chance to catch internationally renowned music scene in Brighton becomes a way of musicians, dancers, poets and writers. life. Any night of the week and throughout the Complementing the mainstream festival is weekend you’ll find a venue or a club for you. the Brighton Fringe, a heady mix of Whether you’re up for a big night out at the comedians, artists, speakers and street Oceana, prefer the intimacy of the Funky performers, who spill out into the parks and Buddha Lounge, or love your Kylie, indie or onto the streets, entertaining the city night RnB, Brighton has plenty to keep your toes and day. And when the Festival finishes, tapping. As well as established classics, new there’s always another event to fill the nights pop up all the time with big name DJs streets with colour and spectacle, including and London clubs bringing their specialist the London to Brighton Bike Ride, Party nights to the water’s edge. Too numerous to in the Park, the Veteran Car Run, and the name them all, classic club nights include biggest free Pride festival in the UK – a week- Dynamite Boogaloo at Audio, Wild Fruit at Tru long celebration of lesbian, gay, bisexual Brighton and Contagious at the Honeyclub. and transgender culture. In October, the The culture… Paramount Brighton Comedy Festival comes If you’re a culture vulture, Brighton can to town, bringing talent such as Rich Hall, definitely deliver. Highly creative, Brighton Jerry Sadowitz and Jimmy Carr. In fact, you’ll has a truly diverse cultural scene with a struggle to find a weekend when there isn’t wealth of theatres, cinemas and galleries. something going on. From pre-West End premieres at the Theatre Royal to the variety of experimental fringe 16
  4. 4. Sussex at Brighton – work hard, play hard Life at Sussex The live music… vegetarian, Mongolian and, arguably, the Classical music lovers are well catered for best fish and chips in the world. There are at the Dome, Brighton’s restored art deco many eateries offering cheap and cheerful concert venue. Home to the Brighton menus. In particular, Preston Street is lined Philharmonic Orchestra and a state-of-the- with restaurants, and hot competition keeps art acoustic system, the 1,800-capacity prices down. There are plenty of pizza and Dome also plays host to blues, pop, pasta joints, and a number of excellent rock, jazz, world and club. Opera buffs greasy spoons such as the Market Diner, can take advantage of the world-famous which supplies the city with carbs throughout Glyndebourne opera house just a few miles the night. The streets of the North Laine down the road. The Brighton Centre and area are also dotted with a wealth of cafés Concorde 2 are Brighton’s major rock and and bistros, ranging from the organic to the pop venues, but on any day of the week you seriously unhealthy. Whatever your tastes, will find gigs in pubs, small clubs, parks, on you won’t go hungry. street corners and even on the beach. The fresh air… The shopping… Step outside of the city and you’ll find yourself When you’re in need of retail therapy in some of the most beautiful countryside Brighton can satisfy even the most jaded England has to offer. Cradling the city, the credit card addict. With the best shopping South Downs provide breathtaking views, south of London, Brighton’s wares range tranquil walks and plenty of opportunities from the conventional to the truly bizarre, for paragliding, mountain biking, hiking or all within walking distance of one another. sedate picnics. Stanmer Park, situated next to the campus, has acres of open space, Big name stores can be found in Churchill a large wooded area, two farms, and a Square shopping centre, but if you’re looking village street complete with a shop and a for something slightly off-beat, visit the traditional tearoom. Along the Downs, you’ll North Laine, a laid-back area of independent find the historic towns of Lewes, Arundel and clothes shops, cafés and record shops, Chichester, and any number of picturesque peddling everything from vegetarian shoes villages. to designer labels. For more up-market merchandise, The Lanes offer expensive The proximity… antiques, exclusive fashions and jewellery If the candyfloss and beach get too much, among cobbled alleyways and converted or you’d rather see the Downs through glass fishermen’s cottages. than on foot, then the train from Brighton to London offers fabulous views, and will still get The food… you into the West End in around an hour. Whether you’re a gourmet or a fast-food addict you’ll find plenty to suit your palate in Brighton: Thai, Indian, Chinese, Mexican, 17
  5. 5. Where to live – Accommodation guaranteed Where to live – University accommodation Life at Sussex You are certain of a place in University housing in your first year University accommodation provided that you: •s ubmitanapplicationthrough UCAS •irmlyacceptanofferofaplace f Life at Sussex •s endyourapplicationforhousing by our August deadline. W hen you move to a new city, finding somewhere to live can seem like an overwhelming task. At the University of Sussex we provide accommodation for over 3,500 students, the vast majority on campus, although a number live in managed accommodation in Brighton Hove. While all students can apply for University housing, most is reserved for first-year undergraduates. As a new undergraduate, and as long as you Most rooms are designed for one person, get your housing application in by our August but we have some shared rooms and a deadline, you are guaranteed University- small number of family flats suitable for a managed accommodation at our Falmer couple and a young child. campus or in nearby Brighton Hove. Almost The University also offers a range of all new undergraduates live at Falmer. accommodation for students with disabilities, All University accommodation is self-catering, including a unit for students who may need with cooking facilities in communal kitchens some assistance with day-to-day living. There (a limited number of studio units have their are also adapted rooms in Lewes Court, own self-contained kitchen area). A typical Swanborough and Stanmer Court. Please visit University-managed room has curtains the facilities to check their suitability before and carpets, and is furnished with a bed, applying formally. Rooms are allocated on a wardrobe, shelves, desk and chair, desk lamp first-come first-served basis, with continuing and easy chair. Most rooms, although not all, students having priority. have a sink and towel rail. Bathroom facilities If you have resident personal carers, you are normally shared, although a third of our will have to meet the cost of the carer’s accommodation now has en-suite facilities. accommodation. UK students may be able All on-campus rooms have broadband to reclaim these charges from their local internet access and a telephone which the authority. operating company can connect for you. There is high demand for both family flats and There is a launderette on campus, along housing suitable for students with disabilities, with shops, a doctor and dentist, and other so please check availability early in the essential facilities. Students living in Brighton Please refer to the University process as there may be a waiting list. Hove can take their pick from a wealth of Housing Guide for more detailed city-centre shops, and have easy access to information on our extensive range of housing and services, or visit our the city’s nightlife and other facilities. website at residentialservices 18
  6. 6. Anabel’s perspective Where to live – University accommodation Life at Sussex x a final-year Mechanical ‘I’m Engineering student and I’ve lived on x campus both as a new student and x now as an on-campus Residential x Advisor (RA), and I can really x recommend it. x ‘Starting life as a new student is an x experience often filled with trepidation x x some, and excitement for others. for x an RA, my job is to make the As transition from living at home to going x x university as easy as possible. to x addition to my personal ‘In experiences at Sussex and the x relationships I’ve built up with staff x here, the specific training I’ve been x given as an RA enables me to help x with many of the day-to-day issues x Care leavers Swanborough students face or to offer advice on x All first-year students coming directly from This new accommodation provides 250 where they can go to get assistance.’ local authority care are entitled to a full year en-suite rooms designed around six- and Anabel of on-campus accommodation during their seven-person self-contained flats. Ikhisemojie first year at Sussex. It may be necessary, Lewes Court however, for students to relocate during the About 500 students live in the Lewes Court summer vacation. flats, which are designed for groups of five or Settling in six students. The accommodation includes When you arrive we aim to help you settle in 250 en-suite rooms, 238 standard rooms, as smoothly as possible. We know that when a few self-contained studios with en-suite you first come to Sussex you may feel anxious bathrooms, and some two-bedroom family that you do not know anyone and worry that flats. other students are already lifelong friends. Brighthelm Rikki’s But everybody feels the same and, living in A number of the 60 five-bedroom houses perspective University accommodation, you soon get to in this development are allocated to new ‘When I first stepped into my new study x know your neighbours. undergraduates. Others are reserved for bedroom on campus I was pleasantly x To help you settle in, most residences have postgraduates. surprised at how big it was; light, airy x a live-in residential advisor – an established The Park Houses and x with everything I needed, even my own sink and telephone. Then I was x Sussex student who will help you when you Each of these four large residences houses struck by the view: my window opened x arrive and can assist with minor problems about 100 students, mostly in single study- out x onto the beautiful scene of cows that may crop up during your first year. bedrooms. grazing on the Sussex Downs. x ‘Once I unpacked and put my posters x If, however, you prefer to live outside Park Village and x pictures up, my new room University-managed accommodation, as The Village includes nearly 500 single study- started to feel like home. That’s one x part of our housing service we can help you bedrooms, 24 small two-bedroom flats and of x the best things about the student find a place to live locally. The Housing Office 36 self-contained family flats, in a series of accommodation here at Sussex, it’s x maintains an accommodation database three-storey houses. your home. There are no curfews and x at and, if East Slope if x you want to have people to stay, you x can. You instantly gain your you’re not happy with your room on campus, East Slope consists of terraced single-storey independence but, with that, comes x also operates a room swap scheme. flats, each designed for groups of between responsibility, like having to feed x Moving on six and 12 students, offering both single and yourself. All the residences at Sussex x are self-catering and at first I could Most second- and final-year students shared study-bedrooms. barely cook toast. It wasn’t long before x live in Brighton Hove, or elsewhere in University housing in Brighton Hove I x taught myself, and my new the local area. Usually, a group of friends The University has a variety of accommodation housemates and I decided we would x get together and rent a house or flat. Our in residential areas of Brighton Hove, take it in turn to cook meals. I settled x Housing Office can help you make the in x really quickly with my substitute and with easy access to campus. All have transition from University housing to private communal kitchens and other domestic family, and now I can whip up the x best fajitas in Brighton – although my x accommodation, by providing advice and facilities. housemates might not agree!’ details of rented properties in the local area. A small number of University residences Rents Rikki Dean are designated for second- and final-year In the 2007/08 academic year, University- students. managed accommodation rent ranged between £68 and £92.50 per week for University housing on campus standard accommodation, and was around Stanmer Court £100 per week for an en-suite room, This new development for 474 students prices that compare favourably with other consists of a number of self-contained flats, universities. The majority of rooms are let on housing between four and six students, an academic-year basis (October to June). and 11 single-person units. All rooms are provided with their own en-suite bathrooms. 19
  7. 7. Sport at Sussex Sport at Sussex Life at Sussex Life at Sussex S port at Sussex can be as serious as you want it to be. Whether you fancy an impromptu kick-about, or want to take a regular dance class, or to compete for the University, you’ll be well catered for. Several of our teams have achieved success in recent years in British Universities Sports Association (BUSA) competitions, but we like to think that it’s not all about winning. Harriet’s Sport and exercise at Sussex perspective Getting involved in sport is a good way to try ‘From the minute I first visited x out new things, improve your skills and make Brighton, I knew Sussex was for me. x new friends while you are doing it. The x campus atmosphere was a huge attraction, especially the fantastic x The University’s Sussexsport works closely sports facilities. With so many sports x with the Students’ Union to provide a well- clubs to choose between, from netball x rounded sports programme for all students to x skiing, there really is something for regardless of ability. Students are charged on everyone. x a pay-and-play basis at affordable prices to ‘As x a recipient of a sports bursary, use facilities, while a small membership fee this x qualifies me for free access to the x gym, as well as the opportunity is charged to join a sports club. to x attend any classes. This is a huge Sussexsport also offers one of the largest Sports bursaries benefit in terms of my training. My x Sports bursaries are offered to talented dance and movement programmes in the bursary also covers sports treatments I x students who have reached national might need, including sports massage x South East, with over 50 classes a week in activities such as yoga, pilates, salsa, representative standard in their chosen and x physiotherapy. ‘On x the whole, my bursary and the contemporary dance, ballet and capoeira. sport. Students will receive access to a support that I have received through x comprehensive support package including: it x have helped me to continue to play In addition, we offer coaching in racquet • free use of facilities at the highest level in my sport, and sports and run intramural (internal) • fitness testing continue my ambition to compete in x competitions, including football. Large • fitness programmes the x World Championships in Fiji inter-area sports nights are popular • sports injury support in 2008.’ Christmas and summer events. • sports science services Harriet Jones Student sports clubs • links to external clubs Netball player for Scotland If you take your sport seriously, you may want • student mentoring to join one or more of the specialist clubs • financial support organised through the Students’ Union. • car parking privileges. Sports teams are the largest and one of the Sports facilities most active student groups on campus, Sports facilities on campus include: and there is a combination of 38 different • two large, multi-purpose sports halls teams and sports clubs. Most clubs provide • two newly refurbished fitness rooms coaching and instruction and take part offering state-of-the-art cardiovascular, in British Universities Sports Association circuit and resistance machines, and a (BUSA) competitions, as well as local Sussex strength and conditioning room For further details on the leagues. Our basketball, football, squash and • a dance studio sports bursaries programme, ultimate frisbee teams have all achieved a and an application form, please • six squash courts contact: Luke Terrill, measure of success in recent years. • four grass soccer pitches, a rugby pitch, a Sports Development Officer For a comprehensive list of active sports grass and artificial cricket pitch, and tennis T +44 (0)1273 678228 E clubs and teams, visit the Union website at courts • a floodlit artificial turf pitch (hockey and For further information about sport at Sussex generally: soccer) T +44 (0)1273 678228 • a lifestyles studio offering a sports- E injury clinic, sports massage, relaxation massage, reiki and reflexology. healthycampus 20
  8. 8. Your well-being Your well-being Life at Sussex Life at Sussex S ussex is a friendly and open university and we are eager for you to enjoy your work and have fun during your time with us. However, should you need a little extra support, we have a network of advisory, health, counselling, childcare and spiritual services to Advice and information help you. The Students’ Union Advice Centre provides free confidential advice on a range of issues such as loans, accommodation, benefits or other day-to-day matters. They offer daily drop-in sessions or you can book an Sarah’s Student advisors appointment. For more information, visit perspective Sussex has a number of student advisors, ‘Sussex does a great job in terms of x who can help with any personal, financial or student support, for undergraduates x academic difficulties. So, if you feel you are not Psychological and Counselling Services living away from home for the first x coping as well as you might, they can help sort The demands of academic work, problems time, mature students juggling x out your problems and put you back on track. in relationships, changing lifestyles or competing responsibilities, overseas x pressure from your own and others’ students learning in an unfamiliar x In some cases, students may need further expectations – among other difficulties – environment, as well as students with x help. Advisors work closely with the Students’ particular educational needs and/or x can all present you with challenges. Union Advice Centre and the University’s health problems. x Psychological and Counselling Services counselling and learning support services, ‘Whatever your background and x offer a free and confidential service to circumstances, arriving at university is x and can point you in the appropriate direction help you explore and understand your a x significant transition. What’s special for your needs. concerns, whether these stem from past about Sussex is the commitment to Disabled students experiences or current dilemmas. The staff engage with students when they’re x struggling, as well as when they’re x The Student Support Unit (SSU) can offer offer individual and group therapy, and also achieving. If you come to Sussex you x advice and assistance both when you apply run groups on anxiety management and can x be sure of realistic, down-to-earth and once you have arrived at Sussex. eating disorders, as well as a specialist support and a space in which to discuss x service for drug and alcohol problems. See SSU can help set up additional support, such issues – whatever they may be.’ as examination arrangements, for students Sarah with disabilities, mental health difficulties Childcare facilities Heymans Student Advisor and specific learning difficulties. It can The University runs a crèche, for children from provide notetakers, support workers, mental four months to three years, and a nursery for health mentors and dyslexia tutors and offers three to five year olds. There are local schools assessments for specific learning difficulties, for older children living on campus. If you as well as study skills workshops. SSU can wish to place your children, you should apply also advise on funding for additional support, to the childcare manager (crèche) or deputy such as Disabled Students’ Allowances. childcare manager (nursery) at an early stage. The Sussex Regional Access Centre offers Fees have not yet been set for 2009/10 but needs assessments and training on assistive in 2007/08 they ranged from £13.30 to technology to students with Disabled £20.10 per half-day session. In addition to the Students’ Allowances. See contribution towards childcare costs provided by the Government, all ‘home’ students are eligible to apply to the University for additional Health services assistance from the Access to Learning Fund. Disabled Students’ Allowances The booklet Disabled Students’ Our Health Centre provides medical care Allowances – Bridging the Gap is under the National Health Service (NHS) and Facilities for worship available from your LEA is available to all students within the practice The Meeting House is the on-campus (freephone: 0800 731 9133). area, including students from overseas who chaplaincy, with services drawing on traditions For general enquiries, or to request are on a full-time programme of six months of Christianity and chaplains spanning a range a copy of the University’s Disability or more, and who register with the Centre’s of denominations. The Jewish community Statement, please contact: shares its use and has a part-time chaplain. doctors on arrival. Students’ families living The Student Support Unit, Pevensey on campus who are resident in this country The on-campus Muslim Student Centre and Building 1, University of Sussex, mosque is located in Falmer House. Further Falmer, Brighton BN1 9QH, UK can also register. Also on campus is a dentist T +44 (0)1273 877466, offering NHS treatment, and a pharmacist. information can be found at www.sussex. E See 21