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100 Students 100 Stories Round Up
Sarah
Posted by Sarah Markillie , HE Adviser
October 11, 2018

100 Students 100 Stories...Round Up!

Taking a look back at the student stories we compiled for 100 Students 100 Stories,  it’s great to see all the different student experiences. There are stories about moving away from home for the first time, right through to graduation and everything in between.

Posted by Dr Caroline Pudney , Lecturer in Archaeology
October 11, 2018

Want something a little different from your degree experience? Consider Archaeology!

Archaeology is such a diverse discipline (it’s not all about digging!), and it combines a variety of practical and theoretical elements, allowing you to explore a number of career options.

Posted by Matt Bowen , Senior Lecturer
October 10, 2018

Could You be a Mental Health Nurse?

While the importance of mental health may have become more prevalent in recent years, mental health nursing is a longstanding and vital part of the NHS.  So, on World Mental Health Day, here are a few handy pieces of information for anyone wondering whether they’ve got what it takes to be a Mental Health Nurse:

Posted by Chantal Bradburn , Widening Participation Officer​
October 4, 2018

UCAS: Decision Making and Applying

The UCAS application process can sometimes feel overwhelming, so we’ve broken the whole year down into four stages to help you understand what you need to do and when.

Over the next few months, we’ll also be adding posts to support you with specific aspects of the decision-making and application process.

Freshers' Week
Sarah
Posted by Sarah Markillie , HE Adviser
October 3, 2018

What happened in Freshers' Week 2018

Freshers’ Week is an exciting, but hectic introduction to university life. In order to help students prepare, we send them a welcome pack through the post before they start.

Amy Butt, Student Futures
Cassy Grandidge
Posted by Cassy Grandidge , HE Adviser
September 21, 2018

Getting to Know... Amy Butt, Student Futures

Student Futures offers a range of support services for students. You’ll probably first meet some of the team during Welcome Week as they help students to settle into University life and are responsible for organising lots of events to help new students to meet each other.

Budgeting Tips
Cassy Grandidge
Posted by Cassy Grandidge , HE Adviser
September 10, 2018

Top 10 Tips for Budgeting for University Life

There’s a lot to take into consideration when starting university and it may be the first time you’re living away from home.

Posted by Simon Hutcheson , Residential Living Administrator, H & RS - Residential Living
September 7, 2018

Preparing for University – Moving Day Hacks

If you’re starting as a new student with us this term, you’ve hopefully confirmed your place and now the excitement is building in anticipation of your move to Chester or Warrington!

Posted by Hayley Oakes , Marketing And Recruitment Assistant
September 5, 2018

Getting to Know... Sarah Carden, Residential Life Team

Our Residential Team are in place to assist first year students living in University accommodation. They are trained to help with a variety of situations and are committed to making your experience in University accommodation as positive as possible

Anna
Posted by Anna McLachlan , HE Adviser
August 30, 2018

Settling into Uni - Roberta's Story

Starting university is an exciting time. But it can also be a daunting one; finding yourself in a completely new environment and, for many, moving away from home for the first time. In this blog, t

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