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This section contains all you will need to know about your finances while at university.
If you are not sure how best to supplement your income while you are a student, we will be able to give you the advice that you need to invest in your future.
Although students and their families are aware of the many advantages of investing in higher education, many applicants are worried about the increased cost of undertaking an undergraduate programme. However, completing a higher education programme can contribute to brighter employment prospects, as well as helping you to gain the confidence and transferable skills needed for today’s world of work.
Today’s students often supplement their income through student loans, prizes and awards, and part-time employment. If you are not sure how best to supplement your income while you are a student, we will be able to give you the advice that you need to invest in your future.
All full-time students who receive an offer of a place from the University of Chester will receive a copy of our fees and funding booklet, which will contain up-to-date information about fees, loans and bursaries for 2014. The fees and funding booklet for 2014 will be available in the New Year.
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Chester Office: opening hours are 8:30am to 5:00pm Monday to Thursday and 8:30am to 4:00pm on Friday. Telephone calls are taken until 5:30pm (4:30pm on Fridays).
Warrington Office: opening hours are 10:00am to 2:00pm