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Posted by Sarah Markillie , HE Adviser
March 1, 2018

Five Tips for Managing Your Mind

We're supporting University Mental Health Day 2018 with these tips to help keep in top mental shape.

Posted by Shai Vure , HE Adviser
February 26, 2018

Andrew's Tourism Career with De Vere

Andrew graduated in 2017 and is now on a Graduate Programme with De Vere.

February 23, 2018

Development Week: Learn Something New and Develop Your Skills

Activities designed to help improve your learning and employability.

Jack Mason
Posted by Jack Mason , HE Adviser
February 16, 2018

Seven Reasons Why You Should Order Our New Prospectus

Looking ahead to your future with the new 2019 Undergraduate Prospectus.

Jack Mason
Posted by Jack Mason , HE Adviser
February 15, 2018

Working with (and Being!) Living Authors.

English Literature students learn from the experiences of contemporary authors.

Jack Mason
Posted by Jack Mason , HE Adviser
February 5, 2018

Creative Writing Outperforms Its Competitors in This Year's NSS.

The Creative Writing Team at the University of Chester were delighted with the results of the National Student Survey (NSS) 2017. They outperformed the Sector Average in every area, with an overall student satisfaction is of 95%. 

Jack Mason
Posted by Jack Mason , HE Adviser
February 2, 2018

Five Steps to Cooking Up an Excellent Social Worker.

It takes a special kind of person to make an excellent social worker and a special kind of university to teach them, and we are fortunate enough to have just the recipe to make it work!

Student Room
Posted by Sarah Markillie , HE Adviser
February 1, 2018

Your home away from home

Our students have been sharing photos of how they've settled in to their accommodation.

Posted by Vicky Griffiths , Senior Marketing & Recruitment Coordinator
January 17, 2018

Importance of economics in the current Brexit environment

We are connected with economics all the time, even if we don’t realise it. When we think of which cereals to choose for our breakfast or when we make decisions about where to spend our holidays, or simply when we decide between going out for a meal or staying at home, the rationale behind those thoughts is related to economics. Do we have enough ‘income’ for a holiday abroad or will a modest camping week have to do? Can we go for the fanciest cereals or can we only afford the basic supermarket brand?

Posted by Shai Vure , HE Adviser
January 12, 2018

Our Top Five Tips for Your Applicant Day

Congratulations on being offered a place on one of our undergraduate courses! The next step for you is to attend one of our upcoming Applicant Days.