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  1. Male Psychology

    Sunderland launches world’s first male psychology module

    Published on 09 September 2020

    Our University has launched the world’s first module in the rapidly expanding field of study into male psychology.

  2. Sophie Butler and Kazia Pickering

    Sunderland graduates land places in young actor training scheme

    Published on 08 September 2020

    Two Performing Arts graduates have secured their place on the first course of its kind in the North of England dedicated to actor training.  

  3. 2020 Media Production graduate Caitlin Ward

    Caitlin lights a Creative Fuse at North East estate agent

    Published on 03 September 2020

    Media Production graduate Caitlin Ward is helping a thriving North East estate agency transform its online house buying experience using the latest 360° virtual technology.

  4. Former soldier turned trainee Mental Health Nurse Gary Maddison

    “This isn’t a new start, this is my first chance to really make a difference in life”

    Published on 01 September 2020

    When mature student Gary Maddison walks into the University of Sunderland this month, it will mark a watershed in his life.

  5. Stuart Russell

    Graduate’s podcast explores children’s lockdown loneliness

    Published on 27 August 2020

    "I wanted to turn those negative feelings into something positive and creative"

  6. How the new plant will look

    University graduate and businessman helps bring jobs back to the city

    Published on 26 August 2020

    New jobs set to be created thanks to Sunderland alumnus Christian

  7. Ben Morrison

    Graduate returns to his psychology roots

    Published on 25 August 2020

    “Sunderland’s School of Psychology is amazing in the way they deliver teaching"

  8. Miguel Yasis

    How the University cleared up exam confusion and put me on track

    Published on 21 August 2020

    “The help I’ve already had has been very reassuring at a difficult time"

  9. exam results

    University responds to delay of BTEC results

    Published on 20 August 2020

    We advise applicants who have questions to contact us on our Helpline  0191 515 3000 

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