The information provided in this section may be useful both before you arrive in the UK and throughout your studies. The local map and transport information may be particularly helpful in your first few weeks on campus!
Our Academic Calendar shows the key dates for the standard intake programmes starting from September 2021. This will show you the term dates inclusive of any examination/assessment periods.
This section provides tips on how to stay safe on and off-campus whilst living in Sunderland.
There are various rooms of worship located across our campuses, from our Interfaith Centre, which is located on the St Peters Campus, to our prayer rooms, which are located on both Campuses.
When you move to Sunderland you may want to think about registering with a GP in the local area, so that if you are ever ill you are always able to get the support and guidance you need from the GP.
There are a range of options available to you to pay your fees, including online or by bank transfer.
Sunderland is situated on England’s North East coast. We have two campuses in Sunderland which are both easy to get to via car, bus, train or metro.
We have a wide range of resources available to support you during your studies, these include our Virtual Learning Environment, Canvas, our enquiry portal Compass and many more.
When you come to study with us in Sunderland, you are part of much more than just the University, you are part of the wider Sunderland community. Here you can see and do everything that Sunderland has to offer, and feel part of our city's unmatched passion, diversity and innovative future.