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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.
This year’s annual Haygarth Public Health Lecture will explore the theme of Inequality: the enemy between us?
She was a jobbing actress, with absolutely no art training, who developed arguably one of the UK’s first comic strip ‘superstars’ and pioneered drawing techniques that are universally used in modern day comics.
The Student Support and Guidance (SSG) team at the University of Chester is celebrating after winning one of the highest accolades a UK organisation can achieve.
The University of Chester’s Department of Psychology has entered an exciting new phase with the creation of the cutting edge Chester Research Unit for the Psychology of Health (CRUPH).
The debut novel from a Visiting Lecturer at the University of Chester has been shortlisted for a prestigious literary prize.
The Radio Production course at the University of Chester has added yet another accolade to its name after the student-run Cat Radio station based at the University’s Warrington Campus, beat some of the biggest names in broadcasting to scoop a prestigious national award.
A member of staff at the University of Chester is preparing to ascend Africa’s highest peak in memory of his mother who lost her battle with cancer some 26 years ago.
Work. It can be a means of earning, a place where one is employed, or a task to be undertaken. According to Oscar Wilde, work is the “curse of the drinking classes.” For the late Steve Jobs, the only way to do great work was to love what you do.
Following the resounding success of ‘Destination Rio’ and ‘Mission Moscow’, the journey continues as entrepreneurial students at the University of Chester, and beyond, will be set the exacting mission of turning a tenner into a ticket to Milan!
An award winning Founder and Managing Director of a public relations consultancy inspired new students about their future careers at the start of their studies.
Two members of the University of Chester’s Senior Management Team took to the skies to raise money for charity and mark the institution’s 175th anniversary.
Do you love to sing? Would you like to try? Do several voices in harmony excite you?
Issues surrounding the controversial practice of Female Genital Mutilation (FGM), which according to the World Health Organisation affects up to 140 million women worldwide, will be discussed at a symposium hosted at the University of Chester.
The University of Chester is to host a major international conference in November – the first time this conference has been held in a non-French speaking country.
This question, among others relating to our mind, bodies and social meaning, will be addressed at a public lecture taking place at the University of Chester.
The University of Chester’s Department of Theology and Religious Studies is delighted to announce the appointment of its inaugural William Temple Professor of Religion and Public Life.