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Chester Business School students and staff will enjoy fireworks from the site of their new business school this Saturday when the public are invited to join in the University's 175th anniversary celebrations.
An iconic Chester building is being brought back to life as part of the University of Chester’s ongoing investment in academic facilities.
An experienced academic leader, with an extensive record of achievement in higher education, has been appointed as Associate Dean in the University of Chester’s Business School.
Determination has paid off for University of Chester Business School student Zara Rimmer, who enjoyed the experience of a lifetime during her work based learning placement.
Truus Huisman, the Acting Vice-President Global Sustainability Strategy and External Advocacy at Unilever will be welcomed by Chester Business School on 12th March 2015, when she'll deliver the ICCPAR Lecture.
A group of events management students from the University of Chester has been praised by the city’s Lord Mayor for its role in making some of the city’s most high profile events a success.
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A group of Marketing students from the University of Chester has been enlisted by a local painting company to gather opinions on an exciting new product in its range of paint coatings.
The University of Chester has joined forces with Cheshire West and Chester Council (CWaC) to support the launch a new video highlighting the benefits and opportunities for equine businesses in and around Cheshire.
Events Management students from the University of Chester are celebrating after raising nearly £8,000 for charity.
Two students from the University of Chester have won the opportunity to develop a team building project at Chester Zoo, which will help large organisations to consider their corporate social responsibility.
Leading businesses from across Cheshire have been honoured at the prestigious High Sheriff’s Awards for Enterprise.
Young people interested in working in tourism and events are invited to a careers fair with a difference at the University of Chester on April 2, when they will be invited to ask those already in the industry: “What do you do?”
Staff and students from the University of Chester went head-to-head in a ‘Dodgeball meets Disco’ event to raise money for a local cancer charity.
Members of the Riverside Innovation Centre (RIC) and an entrepreneurship student were able to seek business advice from one of the country’s leading business women during a trip to Chester.
An entrepreneur from the University of Chester has been named Northwest Entrepreneurial Student of the Year at the Regional Finals of the Young Enterprise Start Up Competition.
The ability to combine experience of the business world alongside studying for a Master’s degree has given one outstanding graduate opportunities to develop a career in both higher education and IT.
A local businessman has an extra reason to celebrate this week as he becomes the first person to graduate with a Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) degree from the University of Chester.
International student achieves Master’s degree from the University of Chester, without leaving home.
Chester Business School’s first PhD student will graduate from the University of Chester this week after conducting a five-year research project into cognitive psychology.