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Cassy Grandidge
Posted by Cassy Grandidge , HE Adviser
October 31, 2018

Why going to university isn't as scary as you think it'll be

Starting university can seem like a daunting time, however, in this blog, third year Psychology student Caitlin Youd tackles the myths about going to university and why it isn’t as scary as you think it will be.

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Posted by Dr Tom Butler , Senior Lecturer in Nutrition and Dietetics
October 30, 2018

Where Could a Degree in Nutrition and Dietetics Lead You?

A degree in Nutrition and Dietetics can lead to a career as a registered dietitian, working in a variety of roles within the fields of nutrition and health.

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Lizzy Deery
Posted by Lizzy Deery , Lecturer in Exercise Physiology, PhD Candidate- Occupational Sedentary Behaviour & Health.
October 30, 2018

Five Things to Consider Before Applying for a Nutrition and Exercise Science Degree

A degree in Nutrition and Exercise Science is expected by many employers, and allows you the opportunity to hone your knowledge, skills and gain work experience in a way short courses cannot.

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Posted by Chantal Bradburn , Widening Participation Officer​
October 23, 2018

UCAS: Writing Your Personal Statement

Personal statements can be tricky. Summing up your personal qualities, interests, academic achievements and work experience in one short page often feels daunting. However, with a few easy techniques, you can get that UCAS application form done and dusted.

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Posted by Helen Clayfield , Programme Leader for Accounting and Finance
October 23, 2018

Accounting and Finance - Make Your Degree Count

If you’re considering a degree in Accounting and Finance, it’s worth doing a bit of research into the different courses available and what that will mean for your degree experience and career prospects.

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River Dee
Sarah
Posted by Sarah Markillie , HE Adviser
October 22, 2018

Autumn in Chester

Autumn is a great time to get out and explore Chester. Wrap up and make the most of the sunny days before winter sets in.

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Posted by Kathryn Clarke , Senior Lecturer
October 22, 2018

Top Tips For Writing Your Teacher Training Personal Statement

So, you want to apply for a teacher training course and are wondering “What shall I put into my UCAS personal statement?

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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.

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Caroline Pudney
Posted by Dr Caroline Pudney , Senior Lecturer in Archaeology; Programme Leader BA 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.

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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.

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