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From the self-employed to staff working for multi-national manufacturers, those involved in food production and preparation will be able to ‘learn while they earn,’ thanks to an extended suite of programmes to be delivered at the University of Chester’s NoWFOOD Centre.
World class workspaces and facilities are at the disposal of North West companies, thanks to the High Growth Centre, officially opening today (June 19,) which is designed to boost business growth within the ‘Northern Powerhouse’.
The summit of one of the UK’s highest mountains was the stage for one of the final events to mark a year of celebrations at the University of Chester.
A small army of University of Chester students is helping keep one of the UK’s most popular tourist attractions on top of the world.
The excellent academic and community achievements of students from the University of Chester were celebrated at this year’s Valedictory ceremony.
Two University of Chester art students are hoping their talents will help people visiting the city get back to their roots.
An eminent law professor who represented Nelson Mandela in the 1960s and later pioneered the development of equality law in the UK, is to be headline speaker at a University of Chester conference next week.
In the first-ever appraisal of the use of video blogs in archaeological fieldwork, a University of Chester professor has underlined the value of ‘vlogging’ as a way of engaging communities in the history and archaeology of their area.
Paddington Bear, eat your heart out! A company, based at the University of Chester’s NoWFOOD Centre has won no less than three globally-recognised accolades at this year’s World’s Original Marmalade Festival.
As the UK approaches BBQ season, the University of Chester’s NoWFOOD Centre has been working with Big 5 Catering, to develop a new range of sauces and marinades that are straight from the veldts of South Africa.
The University of Chester has secured funding to deliver a unique course that will boost research into the global challenges around future food security.
Cheshire could potentially play a pivotal part in delivering a successful Northern Powerhouse, according to key decision-makers and academics who gathered in Chester recently for a major strategic business conference.
An insider’s view of 1980s bands from Merseyside, their distinctive creative talents and their current careers, will be shared on the small screen and in print by a University of Chester lecturer.
Popular culture-vultures expected an assault on their senses when they attended the University of Chester Media Department’s annual showcase – and they weren’t disappointed!
The University of Chester has collaborated with International Early Years (IEY), to bring the organisation’s international conference to the North West for the first time.
The University of Chester’s Warrington Campus celebrated its 65 year anniversary by opening up its doors to students and staff past and present, prospective students and the local community.
The University of Chester is celebrating after scooping four honours at the prestigious Educate North Awards held in Manchester this week.