The University of Chester was founded in 1839 and is one of the oldest institutions of higher education in England, and in fact the university’s original buildings in the city of Chester were the first buildings in the country to be built for the purpose of professionally training teachers.Show more
Based on the EDUopinions rankings, the University of Chester rating is 4.0. If you want to know more about this school, read the student reviews on our website.
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I would recommend this university as the environment is great. The lecturers are great and capable of teaching as they put themselves in the position of the student and then take the action accordingly.View more
I found that during my 3 years of studying, I received never-ending support from my tutors and university. I’m grateful for every opportunity given to me to succeed. This included the alumni emails to help me progress in the future. I was encouraged to make as many connections as possible as well as develop my research skills to help me progress.View more
Had a Good Experience with the University of Chester regarding Msc Digital marketing. I think they have to focus on practical knowledge as well beside Theoretical knowledge. No doubt they are providing Case studies and activities for strategy making but I think practical knowledge is also important so we know the basics of this.View more
I enjoyed my time at Chester, I made some great friends and enjoyed most of my lectures; however, I do think I would have been better off going to another university, in a bigger city which pushed their students to a higher standard. My degree was “Geography with French” and I found the departments were quite different.
The geography department was much larger than the French and the quality of the lectures delivered within the geography department varied massively – depending on the lecturer. The geography has some great staff and some really not so great. For example, some were more helpful and created more interactive lectures rather than reading off of a PowerPoint which we could do ourselves.
The French lectures were great in first year but by second year I felt like we were felt to our own accord. My level of French was worse by the end of university than it was by the end of A-levels. There is limited speaking practice at the university which I think is the most important skill when learning a language.
I went to study at the university during the covid pandemic. The whole employees at school and the teachers were super helpful and concerned about the students, especially during quarantine. The school program was exciting and lived up to what I expected.View more
The student support at Chester is really good, I felt like it had our best interests at heart, in both the departments and the SU I loved it here and miss it a lot! The religion and theology department were very supportive also, if you needed help it was definitely there.View more
Law department was well organised, however, the criminology department was a bit shambolic. Also the fact that you had to use two different referencing style just because you studied law with criminology was a pain. I think we should be able to choose one.View more
Because the university is quite small, I had great one to one opportunities with lectures. This helped me greatly with writing my dissertation. The programmes and courses were highly varied, interactive and overall a wonderful experience. The facilities are excellent too. I would highly recommend this university. It’s homely, comforting and supportive.View more