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  1. Brexit information for EU, EEA and Swiss citizens studying in the UK

    If you are an EU citizen and a University of Sunderland student, or are planning to apply to the University of Sunderland, you may have some questions about what Brexit could mean for you...

  2. Where can I get advice in my country?

    We recommend that you speak to a local representative in your country or region if you need help in applying or if you have any questions about studying in the UK.

  3. How can I prepare for my arrival?

    Coming to the UK be a very exciting experience, but you may also be nervous and unsure of what will happen...

  4. Where can I get advice from the University?

    The International Student Support Team are here to help you both during the application process and once you are in the UK...

  5. What are my responsibilities as a student?

    We want you to have a positive and fulfilling learning experience with us and to graduate with an excellent degree. We have commitments to you, and equally you have responsibilities to us...

  6. What additional support is available to me for studying in my country?

    If you need any support while you are studying at a study centre, speak to the teaching and support staff at your university or college...

  7. Where can I give feedback?

    We encourage you to tell us what you think about your experiences as a student...