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University of Chester

The University of Chester is a public university. The university, based on four campuses in Chester, one in Ellesmere Port and one in Warrington, together with a number of NHS and other sites, offers a range of foundation, undergraduate and postgraduate courses, as well as undertaking academic research.

 

Folly and The Hunter are coming to the University of Chester

University of Chester to host Canadian band Folly and The Hunter

Montreal outfit comes to city university on October 1

Chester Freshers' Week 2016: What's On for students in the city

A handy guide for students in the city to help you decide how to spend your Freshers' Week

Chester Freshers: Five quick and easy meals for students

Simple recipes for teenagers to cook in their early days at university

Chester Freshers: How parents can survive Freshers Week

Your little lambs are off to university... and yes, there'll probably be a bit of drinking

Newtown could soon have more than 1,000 student residents

Student housing developers are targeting the residential area

The University of Chester has retained its position as the North Wests safest city-based institution for the third consecutive year

University of Chester is safest in North West for third year

The Complete University Guide put together a set of rankings based on official police data

Gayle Newland

Appeal date for Chester fake penis sex offender Gayle Newland

Newland was locked up last year, but her lawyers will try to overturn her conviction at a Court of Appeal hearing

Ellesmere Port man to tackle gruelling desert challenge

Six marathons in six days in temperatures of 50 degrees C

New £12m Blacon High School open for learning

Deputy Lord Mayor of Chester Razia Daniels and city MP Chris Matheson were among VIPs at opening ceremony

Chester Cathedral public art event raises awareness of sexual violence

Members of the public invited to take part in art installation by Chester Sexual Abuse Support Service

Former Chester student who pranked the world needs your vote to win ultimate TV show prize

Lewis Ellis is competing to win the Perfect World Project 

Chester partnership works on improving air pollution in heavy traffic

InterCityAir is a project between Cheshire West and Chester Council, the University of Chester and C-Tech Innovation

University of Chester’s Thornton Science Park benefits from multi-million pound investment

New teaching laboratories mean business for science and engineering

Single mum-of-five achieves midwifery dream

University of Chester student Aimi Holmes, 37, has completed a 17-year journey to pursue her perfect career

Sample Sunday lunch at Chester’s best-kept secret restaurant

For a limited time, the University of Chester is opening Senate House to the public

Dr Lee Hulbert-Williams and Professor Nick Hulbert-Williams from the University of Chester's department of psychology

University of Chester academics deliver innovative training for supporting people affected by cancer

University works with cancer support charity on psychological support techniques, based on cutting-edge research

University of Chester student Jenny Rees, 23, from Ellesmere Port has a long term heart condition

Ellesmere Port university student achieves dream of a lifetime

Long-term heart condition does not stand in way of PhD studies

Paul Taylor and Jo Turner at the University of Chester to launch their book - A Companion to Crime, Harm and Victimisation

Criminology experts launch academic book at University of Chester

Book titled 'A Companion to Crime, Harm and Victimisation'

Sir Ranulph Fiennes, Austentious, Sara Pascoe and Matthew Parris are among the big names coming to the 2016 Chester Literature Festival

Chester Literature Festival 2016 line-up revealed

Ranulph Fiennes, Sara Pascoe, Matthew Parris and Ann Cleeves among the stars heading for city from October 8-23

Bodybuilder Jay Vincent who was very badly injured in a motorcycle accident when he was 17 and has now retrained as a personal trainer. Jay studied at West Cheshire College and now works at the University of Chester and for Brio Leisure in Chester. He is a former mechanic at Ellesmere Port and now lives in Buckley.

Chester horror crash victim turns life around

See pictures of Jay Vincent's transformation after losing his leg in accident

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