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  • Cheshire Cat

    Meeting influential thinkers at the Sociology Conference

    Tuesday 14th April

    One of the great course benefits of studying Sociology at the University of Chester is the opportunity for personal development. The Sociology Conference Module is a unique opportunity that aims to facilitate independent and group study into a specific topic, and to develop a variety of transferable skills.

    These include:

  • Exploring the world of Media for Creative Industries success

    Tuesday 14th April

    Our North West Media Centre has become a real hub for developing talent and showcasing the great things that students within our Department of Media get up to.

    The close-knit and interdisciplinary nature of the Department adds to a real, creative community here at Chester. And with a host of national accolades for recent graduates, our Media courses have been truly instrumental in shaping talent within the creative industries.

  • Turn your passion into a career with a degree in Sports Journalism

    Friday 10th April

    Do you love sport? Have a passion for reporting? Fancy a job where no two days are the same? Then Sports Journalism might be just the course for you!

  • Choosing your perfect match... responding to offers

    Tuesday 7th April

    For most of you reading this blog, your UCAS journey will shortly be coming to an end, and whilst we love finding out all about you from your application, I'm sure you’re hoping that it will never rear its ugly head again. So now it gets really interesting, and in the words of Paddy McGuinness ‘the power is now in your hands’. This is the point that your whole educational life has been leading up to, so before you make that final decision and respond to your offers, here are some top tips to consider when searching for your perfect match!

  • Applicant Days, in the words of our Applicants

    Wednesday 1st April

    By now, you've probably had at least one invitation from us to attend an Applicant Day. Even if you've visited us on an Open Day, it's certainly worth making another visit as the events are smaller, giving you more time to spend in the subject area(s) of your choice. Your questions for our staff and students will likely be different, as you'll be narrowing your options down, and have a better idea of what you're looking for from your university choices. They are also a great opportunity to have a look at the local city where you could be spending the next three years of your life, so take some time to explore the surroundings.

  • Team Chester

    Team Chester All Together Better

    Tuesday 31st March

    I guess when people see Team Chester they imagine that it is to do with our fit and strong students who have one thing on their mind or it conjures up images of Team GB athletes training every hour of every day to achieve top performances?

  • Applicant Day Checklist

    Thursday 26th March

    Over the last few weeks we’ve enjoyed meeting applicants who have attended our Applicant Days. If you have an offer from Chester and haven’t visited yet, we’d love to see you! Don’t miss your chance to visit us, there’s only a few Applicant Days left.

    There’s no better way to get a feel for what a university is like than to come and experience it for yourself. You may have already visited us at an Open Day, but have different questions or just want a more in-depth visit before making that all-important decision.

  • Introducing our Accommodation Office...

    Monday 23rd March

    If you've recently received an offer from Chester... congratulations! It might be that you are now starting to think about where you’re going to live. September might seem like a long way off but, in terms of your living arrangements, it's important that you spend some time thinking about what’s important to you and researching the various options available at Chester. But don't worry, help is at hand...

  • Business Management and Entrepreneurship

    Creating the Entrepreneurs of the future

    Friday 13th March

    Our Global Entrepreneurship and Business Management degree is an innovative programme that enables our students to become the business leaders of the future, as you will see in our profile of the graduates behind the creative startup, Technospark. We also invite guest speakers from industry to share their experience and advice with students, including the team behind the Monty the Penguin campaign for John Lewis' last Christmas. It's not all serious business though!

  • Media student

    Media students meet industry professionals

    Thursday 12th March

    Our BA (Hons) Media degree is an engaging cross-discipline programme, based at the University’s Warrington Campus, that enables you to ‘build-your-own’ degree based on your own aspirations and interests.

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