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    Fashion Marketing, and Communication at the University of Chester

    Monday 13th March

    Students on the BA (Hons) Fashion Marketing, and Communication (FMC) course are busy promoting their marketing and promotion coursework on social media. A new course here in the Department of Art and Design, FMC is an exciting mix of marketing, branding and communication activity directed at the needs of the fashion industry.

  • Careers Office Warrington

    Development Week – What Is It?

    Friday 10th March

    Another Development Week has been and gone here at the University of Chester, and what a brilliant week it was. Each year the Student Support and Guidance team arrange a wide variety of activities for our students to get involved in and learn something new for free. You can see the full schedule of events here.

  • Make an Event of your Degree

    Wednesday 8th March

    This could be you… Training to be an events manager in one of the world's most dynamic and fastest-growing job industries

    At the University of Chester, our highly rated Events Management degree is taught by industry experts and aims to give you the skills you need to kick-start your career.  

    Find out first-hand what you can enjoy on the course from student Jessica Higgs, a third-year Events Management student, who has had an exciting journey so far.

  • Study-Abroad

    Why you should study abroad

    Wednesday 8th March

    Studying abroad is a great way of broadening your horizons and enhancing your academic experience.

    As a member of ISEP (the International Student Exchange Programme) and Erasmus, and with our own Study Abroad team, we are able to offer you a range of exciting opportunities to take your learning to another country.

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    The right University. Where to begin!

    Wednesday 8th March

    When you first start thinking about University it can seem like a daunting task. With so many options open to you, how do you start whittling it down to the elements that are right for you?

    Everyone at the University of Chester has been where you are now, so we’ve written this blog to help you find the degree and institution that is right for you. Let this be the start of your university story.

  • Caitlin's Applicant Day Snapchat Takeover

    Tuesday 7th March

    Caitlin, a 2nd year Psychology student, took over our Snapchat on an Applicant Day. If you missed it, catch up on her look around some of the subject sessions, as well as a tour of the facilities and some of the accommodation at our Parkgate Road Campus.

  • Chester River

    Make a weekend of it - visit Chester

    Thursday 2nd March

    There's so much to see and do in Chester that it can be hard to fit it all in, in one day. If you are coming up to Chester for an Applicant Day (or if you want to show off where you will be coming to your friends and family), then why not make a weekend of it and fully immerse yourself in the Chester lifestyle?

  • Student in Lecture

    Making Archaeology Skills Dead Relevant

    Tuesday 28th February

    As a student studying Archaeology at the University of Chester, you’ll have many opportunities to put theory in to practice to prepare yourself for your future career. To give you an idea of what you can expect, we spoke to Professor of Archaeology, Howard Williams, who discussed the fantastic opportunities available for students at the University of Chester.

  • Student in Library

    Applying for Student Finance

    Tuesday 28th February

    With student finance applications now open for Welsh and English students, it’s time to start thinking about starting your application. As applying for student finance may seem daunting, we’ve put together a brief overview of everything you need to know.

  • History

    History at Chester: Let the Past be your Future

    Thursday 23rd February

    With a rich historical past extending back nearly two millennia, there’s no better place to study History than the historical city of Chester. People and past events are rooted in spaces and places – that’s why as a student studying History at the University of Chester you’ll have the fantastic opportunity to explore some of the city’s historic sites.

    To give you an idea of what you can expect as a student at Chester, here are three places that our History lecturers might take you during your studies.

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