Find out how much money you could be entitled to if you study on campus or at a partner college on a course starting in academic year 2020/21.
Whether you’ve checked us out at an Open Day and want to know more, or have never even heard of Sunderland, we're sure there's a few things about the city and the University that you don't know. Here's 10 great reasons to choose Sunderland...
If you’re new to the North East, you might be surprised to learn that Sunderland is home to a few regional delicacies that you’re unlikely to find anywhere else in the country. You might not have heard of some of them, and you might even struggle to spell a couple, but you can’t consider your time as a student here complete until you’ve tried them.
There's no need to panic if you missed the UCAS application deadline on 15 January 2020. Even though it's best to sort out your application before the deadline, you still have a chance to land a place. We explore the options open to you after the deadline.
Just two in five disabled students at university know that there is targeted funding available for them before starting their course, according to a recent government survey. With the help of the Head of Disability Services at the University of Sunderland, Ben Hodgson, we explore how and where students with disabilities can find help.
University is often considered the time of your life – the place you make memories that will last forever. Those memories will be all the more special if you’ve made them with new-found friends for life, so sharing your uni experience with others and meeting new people should be pretty high on your to-do list when you arrive.
Don’t worry, writing your personal statement isn’t as difficult as it might seem when you’re staring at an empty Word document. Here are some top tips on how to write the perfect personal statement.
We caught up with Environmental Psychologist Dr Stephanie Wilke, whose research specialisms include how natural environments impact psychological behaviour, health, and wellbeing, for her take on this monumental right of passage.
Stuffing a year’s worth of pants, pans and knick-knacks into a rucksack isn’t just impossible – it’s unnecessary! When it comes to what to take to university, strategy and streamlining are key.