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A student from the University of Chester has won two awards in the regional round of a major national employability competition that recognises the outstanding contribution and achievements of students who combine part-time work with their study commitments.
The University of Chester has announced the financial arrangements for students arriving during the next academic year, with the aim of ensuring that learning opportunities are open to all.
The heart rate demands on competitive anglers can reach similar values to those seen in Premier League footballers according to data collected by student sport scientists at the University of Chester.
Several departments across the University of Chester have been shortlisted for national awards, rounding off another successful year for the institution.
Entrepreneurial students and graduates from the University of Chester and beyond, have been successful in securing funding to set up in business, after taking part in an ACCELERATE event.
An Archaeology scholar and lecturer from the University of Chester received a national accolade for her research work into Aldford Castle in Cheshire.
Aspiring business women from the University of Chester have been presented with awards for their dedication and determination in business.
The concept of ‘mindful eating’ has been explored by a team of Chester researchers and an eminent American psychologist this week.
A scientist from the University of Chester has made a huge leap towards conserving the critically endangered Scottish Wildcat, potentially saving the species from extinction.
Some of Cheshire’s most talented poets gathered at the University of Chester this week to see their words turned into print.
Are biotechnology and genetically modified food the answer to addressing public health problems concerning micronutrient and energy deficiency in Africa? How safe are these methods for public consumption as well as the environment and how could these methods of food production be regulated?
The University of Chester is the best performing university in the North West for employability with 95.2% of its graduates in work or further study – higher than the national average.
Three staff members from the University of Chester will be hoping they hit all the right notes when they perform for the first time at this year’s International Eisteddfod in Llangollen today (Friday, July 11).
A marketing campaign which harnesses and celebrates the ‘Chester difference’ has seen the University of Chester’s Marketing, Recruitment and Admissions (MRA) Department shortlisted for a prestigious national award.
The University Technical College Warrington (UTCW) has announced the appointment of Catherine Collier as Principal Designate.
A multi-million pound grant to aid the development of cost effective, environmentally responsible sources of energy has been awarded to the University of Chester today, July 7, as part of a national Government funding announcement.
The Islamic holy month of Ramadan started at the weekend and nutritionists at the University of Chester are advising Muslims to drink plenty of fluids and follow a balanced diet between fasts.
A graduate theatre company from the University of Chester has been given an impressive endorsement in its burgeoning career by one of the most performed writers in the English language.
Spanish school children were inspired by student life in England, when they visited the University of Chester recently.