Find out what we’re doing differently during the Coronavirus situation, so you can plan your university experience.
The government has put in place restrictions to control the spread of Covid-19.
This means that students:
- in BSMS and Education and Social Work have resumed in-person teaching since January.
- on specified practical courses have resumed in-person teaching since 8 March.
- studying any other course should not return to Sussex and should continue learning online – the Government will review this decision by the end of the Spring vacation.
You should only come to Sussex if your School contacts you.
See our full term dates for holiday and academic year details.
See guidance for postgraduate researchers and supervisors during the Covid-19 pandemic.
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The National Health Service (NHS) and Public Health England are the official sources of all UK health advice and guidance.
The NHS has guidance on:
- how to avoid catching or spreading the virus
- checking if you have Coronavirus symptoms
- staying at home if you have symptoms
- getting tested.
The government is issuing Coronavirus (Covid-19) vaccines to the most vulnerable people. You will be contacted by the NHS when it is your turn to be offered a vaccination.
The Foreign & Commonwealth Office (FCO), part of the UK government, is the official source of travel advice and guidance.
FCO information covers:
- guidance if you are travelling or living overseas
- advice against all non-essential travel
- foreign travel advice with a list of countries.
We are following all the guidance from these organisations.