You may need to apply for a visa to study at Sussex. You can get immigration and visa support throughout your time with us – from when you apply to when you graduate.
We offer advice on student and short-term study visas as well as general visa and immigration issues.
Tip: If you want to see an immigration solicitor, ask how much they charge for their services first.
How to get in touch
In the first instance, fill in our contact form to get general advice by reply, usually within four working days.
If you need more detailed advice, a member of our team will arrange a phone or video appointment with you.
If you’re already in contact with us, reply to the emails you have received.
All advice is confidential. However, we are obliged to notify UK Visas and Immigration about certain issues, such as breaches of your working conditions.
We’re regulated by the Office of the Immigration Services Commissioner (OISC).
If you’re a student from a country which is part of the European Economic Area (EEA), find out the latest information on our Brexit hub.
See a list of EEA countries. Switzerland is not part of the European Union or EEA but does have a bilateral agreement with the EU which provides certain rights to students.