News

  1. University of Sunderland paramedics

    University named as one of UK’s top lifesavers thanks to paramedic training

    Published on 16 May 2019

    “The lectures have been really easy to access and we’ve been looked after all the way”

  2. UoS graduations

    University of Sunderland Graduations 2019: Everything you need to know

    Published on 15 May 2019

    Your guide to this summer's UoS graduations...

  3. Chris Carter, Programme Leader for Physiotherapy

    Welcoming a world of physiotherapy on campus

    Published on 14 May 2019

    More than 100 physiotherapists from across the region will join together for a conference at our University as we launch our new BSc (Hons) in Physiotherapy degree programme.

  4. Farewell to Chancellor Steve Cram

    University of Sunderland Chancellor Steve Cram to step down in July

    Published on 13 May 2019

    "He has been a great regional, national and international ambassador for our University"

  5. Is the media damaging our mental health?

    Do idealised body images cause mental health problems?

    Published on 13 May 2019

    "We are bombarded with idealised images every day"

  6. International Nurses Day

    International Nurses Day: Where are all the men?

    Published on 10 May 2019

    Celebrating and supporting our University nurses, whatever their gender

  7. Sunderland 10k

    Sunderland 10K: 10 tips to make 2019’s race the best yet

    Published on 10 May 2019

    "It’s supposed to be fun so make the most of what should be a great day"

  8. Top L-R: Academic Dean Prof Lawrence Bellamy, Dr Derek Watson, Pro Vice-Chancellor (International) Prof John Macintyre, Mr Wei Guo, Ms Wenlei Wang, Phd student Yuan Zhai. Bottom L-R: Ms Zhanchen Wang, Vice-Chancellor Sir David Bell, Mr Yang Wending and De

    Sunderland blends partnership links with China’s food producers

    Published on 09 May 2019

    Our University has welcomed a delegation of food industry specialists from China on campus as part of a UK-wide tour to forge collaborative projects and share research.

  9. Judith Cossey, her partner Ryan and their family

    “No one is ever alone”

    Published on 08 May 2019

    Government ministers believe a ‘cultural change’ is needed to encourage those leaving care to stay in higher education - read how a remarkable woman beat the odds to show what care leavers are capable of....