Our approach to learning is different. We work with you from day one to help you build a solid foundation of academic skills.
In a world where nothing stays the same, we all need to change, evolve, succeed and change again.
We are a new kind of university, custom built for a changing world. We absorb the best of UK university traditions and align them with a modern world of employment and entrepreneurship.
Learning to love change matters. It means that, whatever happens, you can change your life, right through your life, always achieving more.
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The University welcomes the recent government announcement, as we recognise what a stressful time this has been for students and their parents and advisors. The University of Suffolk is being as flexible as possible with our approach to examination results.
We are pleased that we are now able to offer tours of our Ipswich campus for students wishing to join us this September or to apply to study with us next year.
Megan started a degree in Northamptonshire, before deciding that it wasn't for her. Read Megan's story to find out more about her Clearing experience.
Amy, Sophie and Mollie have spoken about their experience of Clearing, tips for applicants and how they knew they were making the right decision.
Phoebe didn't get her first choice and came through Clearing to study Suffolk. Read Phoebe's story to hear about her student experience.
95% of graduates in work or further study after six months*
Here you'll experience a richer, more rounded education, acquiring skills that will always be relevant, no matter how things change.
*Destination of Leavers from Higher Education (DLHE) Survey 2018