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The creative brain behind some of the UK’s most enduring children’s television programmes presented aspiring storytellers with their prizes at the 11th High Sheriff’s Cheshire Prize for Literature evening hosted by the University of Chester.
Following recent reports suggesting that the UK is facing a digital skills gap, the University of Chester is working with a leading digital agency to develop specialist programmes, tailored to meet the needs of employers.
The University of Chester’s Tennis Club was named Cheshire’s School/College of the Year at recent awards evening.
The University of Chester has today (Wednesday, November 12) been announced as a participant in the establishment of a National College for Onshore Oil and Gas by the UKOOG, the representative body for the UK onshore oil and gas industry.
The High Sheriff’s Awards for Enterprise 2014/15, Cheshire’s most prestigious business awards, are now open for entries.
One of the world’s foremost animators will give an insight into his world of imagination and story-telling as the guest speaker at this year’s High Sheriff’s Cheshire Prize for Literature awards evening at the University of Chester.
A lecturer and former student from the University of Chester are taking on the challenge of a lifetime to raise money for a cause close to their hearts.
A soon-to-be graduate has made the most of both her professional and personal development whilst at University.
A soon-to-be-graduate midwife not only achieved her degree, but has been recognised nationally for helping her local community.
Exploring the original meaning of chivalry has helped History graduate Georgina Briggs earn a First Class Honours degree from the University of Chester.
A courageous student, who underwent three operations to remove an aggressive brain tumour and beat the odds of completing a degree, will be celebrating as she graduates from the University of Chester.
A University of Chester student who will be graduating today has already got her promising career off to a flying start by helping to promote a major fundraising arts event organised by the High Sheriff of Cheshire.
A determined member of staff from the University of Chester, who battled with breast cancer while studying for a degree, will be celebrating her graduation today.
A leap of faith brought dancer Ise Brogeland to the University of Chester to study, one which has led to her performing in the city that never sleeps and gaining a First Class honours degree.
A generous student, who spent much of her spare time helping others and raising money for charity, will be celebrating this week as she collects her First Class degree from the University of Chester.
A student from the University of Chester, who dedicated over 1,600 hours to helping charitable causes while studying for a degree, will be celebrating this week as he graduates with First Class honours.
Almost 2,800 students are set to embark upon a next chapter in their lives as they graduate from the University of Chester next week.