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A final year Tourism and Events Management student from the University of Chester, who was on a work placement with the tourism division of Staffordshire County Council at the time of the ‘Smiler’ Rollercoaster crash at Alton Towers, has received a Highly Commended accolade from the Tourism Management Institute (TMI) for a report which demonstrated the value of her experience.
University of Chester graduates are making quite an impact on the city’s growing tourism industry, with recent graduates employed by the city’s tour operators, hotels and visitor attractions as well as Marketing Cheshire and Chester West and Chester Council.
The University of Chester is ranked among the best in the country for its student experience, according to the Times Higher Education (THE,) the UK’s sector-leading publication.
A breakfast event to launch Degree Apprenticeships was held by the University of Chester, in partnership with Chester Business Club and ILM, the leading provider of leadership and management qualifications in the UK.
A thought-provoking evening exploring the impact of tourism on indigenous populations is being held by the University of Chester’s Business School in conjunction with a leading tourism charity.
Businesses will be able to apply to ‘grow their own graduate’ to fit their company’s needs, thanks to a new suite of apprenticeships being offered at the University of Chester.
The University of Chester Business School is celebrating the achievements of its talented entrepreneurs, who have been selected as finalists in the Young Enterprise North West Start Up Programme.
A Digital Marketing student from the University of Chester is among a team, nominated for a prestigious marketing award for producing a campaign that resulted in the largest ever donation to the Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI).
Students at the University of Chester have had the opportunity to learn more about a range of ethical challenges currently facing the tourism industry, during a guest lecture from an industry expert.
Business leaders and students gathered at the University of Chester’s Business School recently for an event held by the prestigious Institute of Directors (IoD).
Academics from the University of Chester’s Business School have had a paper exploring the dynamic of theory and practice in Marketing published in a leading journal in this field.
A group of students from the University of Chester has been praised by the city’s Sheriff for its role in making some of the city’s most high profile events a success.
Event Management students from the University of Chester are offering single people the opportunity to find love at an event which will also raise money for a local children’s charity.
Mystical Events, an event organisation formed by Events Management students from University of Chester, is hosting ‘A Fairytale Adventure’ on Wednesday, February 17 from 10am to 3.30pm at Chester Music Theatre, Boughton.
With Oscar season upon us, University of Chester students have organised their own Academy-Awards themed glitz and glam evening, to raise money for a local charity.
The captivating tale of Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland will be brought to life by University of Chester students, in an event which will mark the 150th anniversary of the book, which took place in 2015 and is being celebrated this academic year.
The University of Chester has received a 'High Impact' Award, for the fourth year running, in recognition of its involvement in this year’s Global Entrepreneurship Week.
Businesses will be able to apply to ‘grow their own graduate’ to fit their company’s needs thanks to a new suite of apprenticeships being offered at the University of Chester.
Going from developing a core UK business supplying the NHS, to tackling the US is quite an achievement. Director of BSA Marketing, Duncan Wright, gives an insight into how he has done this with his client, Slõ Drinks, when he presents this case study, hosted at the University of Chester for UKTI's Export Week.
Passing on a message to a University of Chester tutor, prompted an informal chat that would change the life of one student, who will be graduating from the University with first class honours this week.