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University of Chester

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Franceska

Franceska

Postgraduate

Year of graduation 2020

Marketing

Marketing Management

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5
WRITTEN ON 9 APR 2020

Life changing!

The University of Chester is different! I mean that and every day it has shown me how student-focused it is! It offers all the opportunities that help students to build their future and be career-ready. The relationship with the tutors and all the attention that the students get is what makes Chester stand out! All the staff are always there for you! 

The University of Chester is different! I mean that and every day it has shown me how student-focused it is! It offers all the opportunities that help students to build their future and be career-ready. The relationship with the tutors and all the attention that the students get is what makes Chester stand out! All the staff are always there for you!

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Ugochi Maryann

Ugochi Maryann

Undergraduate Degree

Year of graduation 2020

International Development

International Development Studies with International Relations

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5
WRITTEN ON 8 APR 2020

My University of Chester Experience

This is my fourth year at the University of Chester (1 year Foundation programme and a 3-years undergraduate degree). Undoubtedly, this has so far been the best four years of my life. My experience at the University of Chester has being AMAZING! 

The institution is strategically located in such a way that meets the needs of both a social and a quiet students lifestyle. The  modern facilities, which are evident throughout the university, has really made my learning experience enjoyable. I have also had very good encounters with the lecturers, who are always ready to help and support students throughout all aspects of their academic life.

I 100% recommend the University of Chester to anyone considering it.

This is my fourth year at the University of Chester (1 year Foundation programme and a 3-years undergraduate degree). Undoubtedly, this has so far been the best four years of my life. My experience at the University of Chester has being AMAZING! The institution is strategically located in such a way that meets the needs of both a social and a quiet students lifestyle. The modern facilities, which are evident throughout the university, has really made my learning experience enjoyable. I have also had very good encounters with the lecturers, who are always ready to help and support students throughout all aspects of their academic life. I 100% recommend the University of Chester to anyone considering it.

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Sigurd Lind

Sigurd Lind

Undergraduate Degree

Year of graduation 2022

International Relations

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5
WRITTEN ON 8 APR 2020

A friendly, personal, and rewarding experience

University of Chester is not a large university, nor is it significant compared to the "elite" universities. However, UoC has this charm, where you feel well received and truly welcome. 

Staff are extremely friendly and truthful, and not once have I regretted my decision to study at UoC.

If you are looking for a hidden gem, University of Chester might be for you.

University of Chester is not a large university, nor is it significant compared to the "elite" universities. However, UoC has this charm, where you feel well received and truly welcome. Staff are extremely friendly and truthful, and not once have I regretted my decision to study at UoC. If you are looking for a hidden gem, University of Chester might be for you.

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Mina

Mina

Postgraduate

Year of graduation 2020

Sports / Movement Science

Sports Biomechanics

Overall experience

5
WRITTEN ON 8 APR 2020

University of Chester

The faculty has got professional lecturers and staff, The laboratories and equipment are up to date and available for students to use. The environment is really friendly and every one is very helpful. University is really helpful in careers and employability for the students

The faculty has got professional lecturers and staff, The laboratories and equipment are up to date and available for students to use. The environment is really friendly and every one is very helpful. University is really helpful in careers and employability for the students

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Anonymous

Anonymous

Postgraduate

Year of graduation 2013

MBA

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5
WRITTEN ON 23 JUN 2014

Opportunity to experience different culture and lifestyle a bonus!

I chose to study in the UK for a few reasons: I did my O Levels and A levels in Pakistan so I was familiar with the British education system, the fact that UK is not as far away from Pakistan as USA/Canada and Australia was a crucial factor as well. The one year duration of the MBA programme was also an advantage as I did not want to have a long career break. Getting a globally recognised degree that will improve my career prospects was a key objective and the opportunity to experience different culture and lifestyle a bonus!
Shortly after arrival at the University of Chester, I visited Career Services; the staff re-designed my CV and gave me valuable advice on my CV content. I also attended a number of training sessions, such as Project Management, organised by the University that are aimed at enhancing employability prospects.
In April 2013 I participated in the "Collaborate” event at Riverside Innovation Centre (RIC) getting a chance to attend hands on sessions about various business topics (business planning, start-up costs, action planning, funding etc) and network with other entrepreneurs. As a result I was invited to feature in the advert campaign for the RIC. 
The MBA course is very demanding; but I have been Volunteering as the University's Student Ambassador, helping out with Open Days and other events. 

I chose to study in the UK for a few reasons: I did my O Levels and A levels in Pakistan so I was familiar with the British education system, the fact that UK is not as far away from Pakistan as USA/Canada and Australia was a crucial factor as well. The one year duration of the MBA programme was also an advantage as I did not want to have a long career break. Getting a globally recognised degree that will improve my career prospects was a key objective and the opportunity to experience different culture and lifestyle a bonus! Shortly after arrival at the University of Chester, I visited Career Services; the staff re-designed my CV and gave me valuable advice on my CV content. I also attended a number of training sessions, such as Project Management, organised by the University that are aimed at enhancing employability prospects. In April 2013 I participated in the "Collaborate” event at Riverside Innovation Centre (RIC) getting a chance to attend hands on sessions about various business topics (business planning, start-up costs, action planning, funding etc) and network with other entrepreneurs. As a result I was invited to feature in the advert campaign for the RIC. The MBA course is very demanding; but I have been Volunteering as the University's Student Ambassador, helping out with Open Days and other events.

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