Find your voice. A home for original thinkers, Essex gives you the skills and knowledge to succeed and make a difference.
Is there more to be said? Take your knowledge further, gaining the skills demanded by today’s global employers.
Let's have an argument. Fuelled by powerful ideas, we have a global reputation for pioneering research which helps change lives.
We offer high quality short courses and Continuing Professional Development (CPD) opportunities to develop your key skills.
Everything you need on-site and home to students from 130 countries. It's the world in one place.
Specialist resources and state-of-the-art facilities in the heart of a vibrant and exciting seaside town.
Home to East 15 Acting School, offering a wide range of theatre and dance studios and facilities.
Home to students from 130 countries, we're one of the most international universities in the UK.
We're close to London with quick access to major airports and perfectly located for visiting Europe.
Innovative undergraduate and postgraduate courses and support to improve your language and study skills.
Scholarships are available for international students and we give advice on budgeting for life in the UK.
Our research changes the world, from protecting coral reefs to justice for human rights abuse victims.
Our leading academics are available for media interviews and consultancy across our subject range.
We're in the UK elite for social sciences, best in Britain for politics and top 20 for research excellence.
Our first TEDx event tackled issues from the rise of robot warriors to how we can save the planet.
If you're looking for a vibrant research environment and outstanding postgraduate training, welcome home.
The location of choice for knowledge-based science, technology and creative enterprises.
Our wealth of expertise is driving business forward. Where could consultancy or collaboration take you?
We'll help you find the right funding source for your R&D project or student engagement .
Our event facilities range from intimate meeting rooms to halls for up to 1,000 people.
Our latest cutting-edge research, commentary on current issues and what's happening at Essex.
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Join fellow students from all departments and debate key cross-discipline issues that affect everyone.
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Come to a reunion, a public lecture or an arts, cultural or sports event.
Find out more about the famous faces who studied at Essex.
Our alumni fund makes a huge difference to the student experience.
All our campuses have quick road, bus and rail links to London and major airports. We provide Access Guides for our buildings.
Find out how we achieve our mission of contributing to society through excellence in education and excellence in research.
We started small, but with big ambitions. Over five decades we have become one of the UK's leading academic institutions.
13 March 2017: Celebrating all things STEM
03 February 2017: GM wheat plant field trial gets go-ahead
31 January 2017: Suffolk Most Active County Annual Stakeholder Event: Active Outdoors
24 January 2017: Fellow of the Royal Society of Biology
15 December 2016: Could your Christmas socks gift harm the environment?
15 December 2016: Coral in extreme environments could hold key to survival
29 September 2016: Blood, blood, glorious blood
28 September 2016: Researchers win prestigious Wellcome Trust Seed Awards
26 September 2016: MARS 160 Twin Desert-Arctic Analog Mission
02 September 2016: Wheat research to help cope with world’s booming population
02 September 2016: Helping unravel the complex biology of schizophrenia
02 September 2016: The rise in athletes calling fellow athletes cheats at the Olympics
02 September 2016: The science and methods of sports doping
04 July 2016: Doping in Sport: Fair Game"
17 June 2016: The Mixed Messages Behind Why Some Diabetic Drugs Don't Always Work