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Applying to University of Chichester
- Entry Requirements
128-143 UCAS Points
Average range for University of Chichester entry requirements. Varies depending on the course.
- TEACHING MODE:
- Blended learning.
- OPEN DAYS:
- On-campus open days on 2nd Jul, 1st Oct, 30th Oct & 11th Nov.
- TEACHING NOTES:
- The vast majority of its on-campus practical/workshop/laboratory sessions will return to normal face-to-face delivery. Some of its more populated lectures (with 50 students or more) will need to be moved to an online format to ensure they can accommodate everyone. Students should wear facemasks in communal and busy areas across the University.
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The induction week was quite slow and repetitive however the lecturers did reiterate their support to students needs and requirements which they have shown through the first semester. The facilities at Chichester uni are, I believe, of a standard state and the university hold several socials for the students as well as tonnes of clubs and teams that you can join in with.
No, not very good. Outdated and disorganised from what I’ve seen.
This uni is terrible! Lots of problems with no help! Issues with students and lecturers! One lecturer laughed at my work, another said they thought i was clever, and said because I have mental health I’ll do well. I was bullied onsite and offsite - nobody picked this up. A very narrow minded uni! I was made to feel scrutinised and oppressed causing me to have panic attacks at home, in my car, onsite and during lectures.
Really personal, Chichester is a great town
Lovely friendly campus, very secure.
Great experience achieving my Honours course
Good experience overall, a nice town not too big or small and really nice and green
I study at Chichester, it is a safe friendly working environment with experienced tutors who actually have experience in the business world. We are enlightened with real life examples in everything we do here and it is really useful. Both Chichester and Bognor Regis are easily accessible locations and are located in a good area of the country. I would certainly recommend coming to an open day and speaking with the tutors to make your decision.
A fairly small Uni, but they really care about individuals. Such a lovely environment to be in.
It's a good uni, but if you really like student nights honestly go somewhere else. The SU is so small its a waste of time.
Really nice friendly Uni, you always know someone, Zee bar (SU) is great fun. BTW The picture at top is not from Chichester Uni, no idea where you found it lol
The university itself was good, the library was good, a few issues with wifi but not many, the SU was fine and they held some good nights out. The only problem being that Chichester is incredibly boring, there is 1 SU bar and not many places you would want to go in town, no clubs, except in Bognor where there is 1, and even the pubs are a bit dodgy!
Great University, Lovely people. Lovely Campus.
Facilities, students union and clubs are insane especially sports clubs and a Wednesday night
Lots of support for students with additional needs/disabilities. Societies are great and really lovely campus!
Nice sized room, working (mostly) en suite, but no wifi- only ethernet
The Bognor Regis Campus is very small and not a lot of Societies happen on BRC. But the HUB is a good venue if people would use it more often.
Chichester is a lovely town with a lot of different places to go. The university has a lot of opportunities regarding societies and sport teams. The media department is at a extremely good as well :)