Established in 1839, the University of Chester is one of the oldest higher education institutions in the country.
We offer a warm welcome to students and staff from all parts of the world.
The University of Chester has been making history since 1839, when it was founded by such pioneers as the great 19th-century prime ministers, William Gladstone and the Earl of Derby, and a former Archbishop of Canterbury.
The University, a Church of England institution founded in 1839, continues to be guided by Christian values and is justifiably proud of the open, inclusive and supportive environment that characterises the institution.
Find out about our facilities for teaching, learning and student life at our seven sites in Chester, Warrington and Shrewsbury
There are many opportunities for you to visit us throughout the year, whether you are interested in undergraduate or postgraduate study.
Meet our Senior Management Team and Deans of the University.
The University Council is responsible for a number of central areas of the University's outlook and activities.
Find out more about the University's funding and spending.
Check the term dates for the current academic year.
Published in June 2015, this contains the most current list of institutional objectives, towards which the University is working for the immediate future.