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University of Suffolk

The University of Suffolk provides you with a more personal university experience, which differs from the norm; absorbing the best of the UK university traditions but one that is also appropriate for a twenty-first century audience and modern world of employment and entrepreneurship. The main hub in Ipswich is located on the beautiful Ipswich Waterfront, or you can choose to study at one of our four Centres, in Bury St Edmunds, Great Yarmouth, Lowestoft, or at Suffolk New College in Ipswich. The University offers an attractive portfolio of undergraduate and postgraduate courses across the seven Departments: Arts and Humanities; Children, Young People, and Education; Health Studies; Nursing Studies; Psychology, Sociology and Social Work; Science, Technology and Health; and Suffolk Business School.


Waterfront Building

Neptune Quay




United Kingdom


Student Union

At Suffolk, the Students' Union is on hand with plenty of activities, whether you want to meet like-minded people, experience something new or, most importantly, just have fun. When you need a break from your studies and are looking to relax, there are a range of activities and facilities at the Ipswich campus and across the partner colleges for you to take advantage of. The University of Suffolk Students' Union offer many societies for you to choose from. Whether politics, gaming or dance is your thing, there will be a society for you. Plus, if there isn't one to suit your interests, they can help you get one started. The Students' Union is not just about socialising; it is here to offer support and representation to all students. As a University of Suffolk student you automatically become a member of Students' Union and this means that whatever your concern and wherever your location, the Students' Union is here to support you and give students a voice. Find out more at On the Ipswich Waterfront students can also enjoy the student venue Cult café bar, located on the ground floor of the James Hehir Building. A social hub for students, staff and visitors alike, it has fast become a popular venue where students enjoy a range of food, drink and entertainment in a relaxing setting. Live music acts, themed parties and events, and the full Sky Sports and Movie package are just some of the entertainment provided.

Compact and network arrangements

University of Suffolk has a number of Progression agreements with local schools and colleges.

  • Interview / Audition policy

  • All health related courses are subject to interview. Most art & design, and performance based courses are subject to a portfolio review or audition.
  • Open Days

  • Open Events are a great opportunity to find out more about the range of courses available. You can meet academic staff, learn about student support, accommodation, admissions and student life, take a tour of the campus and get advice on student finance, budgeting and the bursary schemes available. Information about Open Events at the University of Suffolk can be found on our website.
  • Overseas fees

  • Please visit the University of Suffolk website for further details.
  • Parental Education

  • We are required to ask this question for our funding bodies. The data collected is used to monitor our obligations to provide equality of opportunity and widen participation.
  • Progress File

  • Progression files will be considered alongside an application.
  • Unit Grades

  • Not applicable


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