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Posted by Anna McLachlan , HE Adviser
June 12, 2019

#MyChesterStory Moments

Our students have been sharing their experiences of student life at Chester via #MyChesterStory for a few years now.  We asked some of them to pick out a favourite photo and tell us the story behind their #MyChesterStory moment.

Student Mariann Biro in a biology lab
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Posted by Anna McLachlan , HE Adviser
June 12, 2019

Student Story – Getting Ahead for a Career in Ecology

At the University of Chester, we’re proud of how we integrate careers and employability support into each of our courses.  Within the Department of Biological Sciences, this recently included the opportunity to get involved in a national careers conference.

June 4, 2019

Student Stories...Georgia McCole, English Language and Literature student

From a confused A-level student to a driven university student – My time as a Single Honours English Language and Literature student by Georgia McCole, second year student in the Department of English.

English students at the University of Chester
Posted by Dr Ian Seed , Senior Lecturer in Creative Writing; Programme Leader, BA Creative Writing.
May 31, 2019

Student Story - My Degree in Creative Writing

Third-Year Creative Writing Student Reece Merrifield talks about his experiences at the University of Chester in an interview with Dr Ian Seed, Senior Lecturer in Creative Writing.

Posted by Dr Ian Seed , Senior Lecturer in Creative Writing; Programme Leader, BA Creative Writing.
May 31, 2019

Graduate Story - My Degree in Creative Writing

Former Creative Writing Student Paige Mcdermott talks about her experiences at the University of Chester in an interview with Dr Ian Seed, Senior Lecturer in Creative Writing.

University of Chester Open Day
Emma Riegel
Posted by Emma Riegel , Digital Student Ambassador
May 31, 2019

Why go to an Open Day? Student Blog

Everyone thinking about going to university knows how big a decision it is.  It all starts with that one big choice – what to study and where to go?

Chester city centre
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Posted by Anna McLachlan , HE Adviser
May 31, 2019

What Makes Chester Such a Good Place to be a Student?

The city of Chester is celebrating a couple of recent awards which just go to highlight how great a place it is to be a student.

Learning Disability Nursing
Cassy Grandidge
Posted by Cassy Grandidge , HE Adviser
May 30, 2019

Getting to Know… Sandy Costall, Learning Disability Nursing Lecturer

Sandy Costall, Learning Disability Nursing Lecturer, tells us about her journey in the industry and why she enjoys teaching at the University.

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Posted by Anna McLachlan , HE Adviser
May 20, 2019

Why You Should Disclose a Disability Before Enrolling at University

If you have a disability, disclosing it will not affect your application to university.

A cyberpunk landscape
Posted by Dr William Stephenson , Associate Professor in Modern and Contemporary Literature; Programme Leader, BA English Literature (Combined Honours).
May 20, 2019

Starships and Ironing: Exploring Science Fiction in English Literature

Our English Literature degree allows you to choose optional modules to suit your interests. One such option is the Level 6 (third year) module Science Fiction, taught by Dr William Stephenson.

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