About the University of Suffolk
After nine years of strengthening its reputation the University of Suffolk, formally known as University Campus Suffolk, achieved University status in 2016. This evolution was much faster than expected, faster than any other institution, which speaks volumes for the quality of education on offer here and the quality processes completed to achieve full status.
Before now, Suffolk was one of only four counties in the UK without a university, and both staff and students have been working towards establishing the institution as a distinct and reputable place of study. Considering its humble beginnings and the fact that the University of Suffolk is young and small compared to other institutions, its growth is of key economic and educational importance: putting Suffolk on the map as an exciting destination for students to learn and discover opportunity.
The University of Suffolk is agile and responsive, custom built for a changing world, absorbing the best of UK university traditions and aligning them with a twenty first century audience and a modern world of employment and entrepreneurship. It is committed to being economically relevant and having a measurable civic impact, whilst remaining student centric.
The University of Suffolk is comprised of the main Ipswich Campus, with learning networks in the Further Education Colleges in Bury St Edmunds, Great Yarmouth, Lowestoft, and at Suffolk New College, Ipswich.
If you are considering us as a place to work, we know that our ongoing success depends on yours, so we’ll always help you to thrive. We are looking for people with the energy and insight to help drive us forward, while responding to the new challenges we face every day. To inspire our students to achieve more than they ever thought possible, while equipping them with the skills they’ll need to flourish in an unpredictable future. To engage in research that tackles today’s issues while making an enduring difference to the communities we serve and to the wider world beyond. By challenging conventional thinking, all our staff contribute directly to our ongoing evolution as a pioneering 21st century university.
The University is developing rapidly and applies a contemporary approach to higher education, with students in Ipswich welcomed into state-of-the-art learning, studying and social spaces.
University of Suffolk offers a wide range of excellent facilities and benefits to staff. We offer generous holiday allowances, together with flexible working and a contributory pension scheme. We believe the wellbeing of staff is extremely important - for full details see:
- Benefits and Wellbeing
- Our Commitment to Equality, Diversity and Inclusion
- Our Environment, Facilities and Services