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See what students, graduates and staff from our History and Archaeology programmes have been doing. You can tag your photos with #MyChesterStory for the chance to be featured here, or upload them below. (Terms and Conditions apply)

History and Archaeology News

Posted by Jack Mason, HE Adviser
November 20, 2017

History at Chester - Daddy, What Did YOU Do in the Great War?

As far as the British government was concerned, the answer to this question was simple: men of military age should volunteer for the army and then fight – normally in the trenches of the Western Front – to defend their homes, family and country. As this well-known poster implied, the First World War was certainly not the time for a healthy young man to be sitting at home in a comfortable armchair; his place was instead at the front.

Posted by Vicky Griffiths, Senior Marketing & Recruitment Coordinator
February 28, 2017

Making Archaeology Skills Dead Relevant

As a student studying Archaeology at the University of Chester, you’ll have many opportunities to put theory in to practice to prepare yourself for your future career. To give you an idea of what you can expect, we spoke to Professor of Archaeology, Howard Williams, who discussed the fantastic opportunities available for students at the University of Chester.

Posted by Vicky Griffiths, Senior Marketing & Recruitment Coordinator
February 23, 2017

History at Chester: Let the Past be your Future

With a rich historical past extending back nearly two millennia, there’s no better place to study History than the historical city of Chester. People and past events are rooted in spaces and places – that’s why as a student studying History at the University of Chester you’ll have the fantastic opportunity to explore some of the city’s historic sites.

To give you an idea of what you can expect as a student at Chester, here are three places that our History lecturers might take you during your studies.