Come to the University of Sussex for a summer school experience with a twist and discover why we're considered one of the top-ranked universities in the world!
Sussex's undergraduate summer school offers over 30 modules across several schools of study including Business, English, and Physics. You'll enjoy an exceptional study abroad experience through our innovative research-led teaching, a remarkable location, and a series of campus and social events, local activities and excursions.
Sussex is just nine minutes by train from the vibrant seaside city of Brighton & Hove, one of the UK's most loved cities, while London is only an hour away by train so you can experience our capital for the evening or weekend (without the high cost of living there). We're also 30 minutes away from Gatwick, one of Europe's largest airports, serving over 90 countries and 200 destinations including Barcelona, Dublin, Amsterdam, Madrid, and Copenhagen.
- Constantly ranked among the top universities in the world. The Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2020 placed Sussex 146th in the world overall, and 22nd most international University in the world.
- Sussex is ranked in the top 10 universities in the UK for Brighton's diverse nightlife (pubs, clubs and music venues) and political activities.
- Over 30 top-tier modules to choose from- designed, delivered and taught by faculty. Sussex is known for its Humanities and Social Sciences field, with its Development Studies program being placed at number 1 globally in the QS World University Ranking.
- Sussex campus is surrounded by the South Downs National Park, so you can step off campus and explore the hills and woodlands.
Apply now for our Summer School by the sea!
Join our Physics Undergraduate Summer School, gaining expert knowledge in the field and improving your academic prospects. Our Physics Undergraduate Summer School teaches two modules over the summer, providing a firm foundation in physical concepts and principles through practical laboratory experiments and analysis. Each module carries 15 credits and lasts for four weeks (one session).