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December 11, 2018

Chemical Engineering student recognised for top class performance

A Chemical Engineering Master’s student at the University of Chester has been awarded a top regional prize for her excellent academic achievement.

: Kenny Murray, Centre Manager, Cheshire Oaks; and Alex McKinlay, who is responsible for Iceland's Commercial Fleet, with Retail Management students at Chester Business School.
December 11, 2018

Major retailers welcomed to Chester Business School

Aspiring managers at Chester Business School have been inspired by spending time with major retailers, including online supermarket retailer of the year, Iceland, and the UK’s largest designer outlet, Cheshire Oaks.

Winners Harry Madeley and Jessica Kelly.
December 10, 2018

Harry's healthy brownies and Jessica's sustainable co-operative take them to regional finals

Entrepreneurial students Harry Madeley and Jessica Kelly are about to turn their business ideas into reality after both winning places in the Young Enterprise Student Start-Up Regional Final.

December 7, 2018

University of Chester student completes coveted CBBC Newsround placement

A University of Chester student has had her work featured on the legendary children’s TV news bulletin show Newsround, after beating hundreds of other applicants to secure a work placement on the programme.

The CWRS team at the WBIS exhibition earlier this year.
December 6, 2018

University of Chester recognised in UK's Best Breakthroughs List

The University of Chester’s unique and flexible system for devising bespoke qualifications for diverse work environments has today been listed as one of the UK’s 100 best breakthroughs for its significant impact on people’s everyday lives.

Last year’s winner was Hamza Hussain.
December 6, 2018

Business boot-camp beckons for enterprising students

The challenge is on at the University of Chester to find the most enterprising students with the best business ideas as it launches its latest enterprise competition.

Left to right: Fiona Jenkins, Norma Jageila and Dr Valerie Gant.
December 6, 2018

Exhibition explores the issues facing young carers

The extent of caregiving by Young Carers and its impact on individuals was explored in an exhibition held at the Warrington Campus.

Steve Hughes, Chester Supertrees Project Coordinator, (centre) with Senior Lecturer Ann Hindley, Programme Leader Maeve Marmion, and students, all from the International Tourism Management degree at the University of Chester Business School.
December 4, 2018

Supertrees champion inspires the next generation of sustainable tourism managers

Local Supertrees champion Steve Hughes, who has spearheaded an impressive campaign to bring Supertrees to Chester, has inspired tourism students to think big when it comes to ethics.

The winners and runners-up of the Cheshire Prize for Literature 2018 pictured with author Zoe Gilbert, competition judge Will Stephenson (both on left), and the High Sheriff of Cheshire, Alexis Redmond.
December 3, 2018

2018 Cheshire Prize for Literature winners are announced

A child’s view on a violent marriage, and an account of one man’s world view which touches on the troubled process of history, are the two winning stories in this year’s Cheshire Prize for Literature.

Students and staff get ‘crafty’ at the Winter Workshops.
December 3, 2018

Students and staff get ‘crafty’ for winter.

A talented team of University of Chester colleagues have hosted their first ever Winter Workshops. The event saw several members of staff volunteer their time and materials to hold a variety of craft workshops throughout the day. From festive decorations, to Christmas cards and even stocking-filler gifts, there was a workshop suitable for everyone.

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