• Replying to Offers

    Replying to your offers

    Monday 27th March

    So, your university offers are in (or almost in) – what do you do next?

    Offers are displayed in the ‘Your Choices’ section on UCAS track. You don’t have to reply until you’ve heard back from all of your universities/colleges, and your reply date may be different from your friends. The deadline will also be displayed in Track. Your deadline depends upon when UCAS receive the last decision from your chosen universities.

  • Freia Janes

    Find your leadership style with Business Management at Chester

    Monday 27th March

    If you dream of becoming a future business leader, then a degree in Business Management might be just the thing for you. At Chester we offer a dynamic and exciting Business Management course that’s not confined to the lecture room. But don’t just take our word for it, take a look at how Business Management is helping Freya take her first steps towards career success

  • Sunshine in Scarborough

    Tourism students go behind the scenes at this year's City of Culture

    Friday 24th March

    Studying one of our Tourism courses at the University of Chester will not only teach you about the benefits of tourism to our economy and society, but will also provide you with opportunities to experience larger-scale tourism events firsthand.

    This year, as part of their first year on the course, our Tourism students enjoyed a ‘behind the scenes’ look at the 2017 City of Culture, Hull.

  • Dance

    Dance at the University of Chester

    Wednesday 22nd March

    As a student studying Dance at the University of Chester, you’ll have plenty of opportunities to put theory in to practice as you showcase your skills and learn from real industry experts. To give you an idea of what you can expect as a student here, take a look at our blog.

  • English&Creative

    World Poetry Day

    Tuesday 21st March

    Today (March 21st) is World Poetry Day, a time to support poets and poetry around the world. With this in mind, students and staff from the Department of English at the University of Chester have been furiously submitting poems to the Department’s online magazine Pandora’s Inbox, which features some of the best creative writing from the year including new poetry from students Cal Buckley, George Hill, Jonathan Hay, Sarah Kissack, Daisy Lovett, Paige Mcdermott, Reece Merrifield, Lydia Pugh, Courtney Thomas and many others.

  • PsychologyLibrary

    International Day of Happiness

    Monday 20th March

    Today, believe it or not, is the International Day of Happiness. So, to mark the occasion, our Senior Lecturer of Psychology, Lee Hulbert-Williams, has written the following insightful blog about the different types of happiness experienced by human beings and how we can feel happier in ourselves – kind of like a mini counselling session.

  • FashionBrandReport 03FMC

    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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