If you have Covid-19 symptoms you must self-isolate and let us know using a simple form. All the details are available here.

Semester Two at Sussex

Find out what we’re doing differently during the Coronavirus situation, so you can plan your university experience.


Coronavirus latest

The government has put in place restrictions to control the spread of Covid-19.

This means changes to the start of term for all students, including:

  • Only Sussex students studying Medicine, Teaching and Social Work should return to campus for studies.
  • All other students should not return to Sussex.
  • Unless you are already living locally (or studying Medicine, Teaching or Social Work) you must not travel back to your local University address until we have clearance for you to do so.
  • The start of Semester Two will be online for a lot of students until at least the end of February.

If you have Covid-19 symptoms you must self-isolate and let us know using our symptom reporting form.

Term dates

Spring term begins with the Semester One assessment period from Monday 4 January to Saturday 16 January 2021. Semester Two teaching begins on Monday 25 January. See full term dates.

Research students

See guidance for postgraduate researchers and supervisors during the Covid-19 pandemic.


Support

If you need help, the Student Life Centre, Student Support Unit, Counselling Service, Careers and Employability Centre and International Student Support are providing online services.

Email:

Health information

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:

The government is constantly assessing the risk of coronavirus and updating its information for the public every day.

Travel advice

The Foreign & Commonwealth Office (FCO), part of the UK government, is the official source of travel advice and guidance.

FCO information covers:

We are following all the guidance from these organisations.