We run short courses, workshops and evening classes in a wide range of subjects throughout the year. Many of our courses are accredited by professional bodies, and present an opportunity to update your existing professional skills or develop new ones.
Our short courses can be customised to meet the specific training needs of your organisation and delivered on your premises.
You can also transfer credits from short courses towards an MSc or other qualification, or do the courses purely for your own professional development.
Our short courses are listed on our training and development pages, and on the relevant school or faculty websites.
Course subject areas
- Business and management
- Computing, IT and digital communications
- Health and social care
- Nursing and midwifery
- Science and Engineering
- Service management
Develop and update your professional skills. Our business and management courses allow you to combine work and study, and immediately apply your learning from the course to your workplace.
It is possible to take individual course modules from postgraduate courses in computing, IT and digital communications at the School of Computing, Engineering and Mathematics.
Alternatively we offer a range of customisable short courses.
Individual modules from the graduate grogramme in Health and Social Sciences can be studied for continuing professional development purposes or combined to achieve a range of qualifications.
The School of Nursing and Midwifery delivers a programme of workshops and study days, covering clinical and professional issues, at venues throughout Sussex.
Learn a modern language, improve your English for work or study, develop your language teaching capabilities, arrange a bespoke language course for a group, or improve your creative writing skills.
For further information see the Faculty of Arts website for:
For information on short courses to improve your English and pre-sessional English courses see:
We have a series of short courses in the food and culinary arts from the Culinary Arts Studio which is a part of the School of Sport and Service Management.