Get your tickets for the Student Awards!

Student Awards are coming soon, and the deadline for tickets is the 20th of April at 1pm!

The Student Awards are a celebration of everyone who has helped make the University and the Students’ Union a better place over the past year. Students do so much to make the University experience at Sussex welcoming, fun and interesting for their peers - and this is an evening to champion their successes.

This year, we’ve upgraded the Student Awards experience by hosting the evening at the illustrious Grand Hotel in the centre of town! Your ticket includes a complimentary three-course meal and a glass of champagne/soft drink upon entry. So join us in commemorating the wide range of fantastic Student achievements throughout 2016/17 in style.

So get involved, be part of celebrating student participation at The Grand on the 28th of April!

 

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