News

Sofia Hill article
15th February 2017
A STUDENT of the University of Chichester has published a newspaper article highlighting nearly 180 years of teacher training that has taken place at the institution. Sofia Hill, an undergraduate teacher within the Institute of Education, wrote the news item exploring the history for the Chichester...
University secures international contract to train Korean teachers
6th February 2017
THE University of Chichester has secured a new training contract to train South Korean primary and secondary schoolteachers. Nearly 40 Korean teachers are undertaking an in-service teacher development programme at the institution organised by its International Short Programme Unit (ISPU). The...
Paralympian Emma Wiggs
26th January 2017
GOLD medal-winning graduates of the University of Chichester have been awarded royal honours for their triumphant year of sport. Rio 2016 athletes Emma Wiggs and Saskia Clark were appointed members of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (MBE) following their successes in Brazil. The...
Dancers 1
10th January 2017
Schoolchildren have produced and performed their own dance routines after working with postgraduate students of the University of Chichester. More than 80 boys from years seven to 11 presented the work developed with PGCE Secondary Dance students in The Showroom: a 212-seated theatre situated at...
Instituto Superior de Engenharia do Porto
7th December 2016
The Instituto Superior de Engenharia do Porto - known as ISEP - was founded in 1852 in Portugal's second biggest city Porto. It was in this venue in November that was held the European Association for Practitioner Research on Improving Learning 2016 conference. The event attracted more than 500...
Frogmore junior school
23rd November 2016
A NATIONWIDE debate about how UK universities should participate in the development of free schools is to be addressed by two senior managers from Chichester. The University's Romy Jones and Sue Samson, CEO of the University of Chichester’s multi-academy trust, are to present at a specialist...
15th November 2016
The University of Chichester has strong and well established links with teachers across Asia.  Every year groups of teachers from China, Korea, Japan and Vietnam come to the Bognor Regis campus for courses run by the International Short Programme Unit (ISPU).  In April 2016, the ISPU was asked to...
Enterprising Women conference
15th November 2016
A PLEA to young women to explore the skills and experience needed to become the UK’s next generation of trailblazers has been made by business directors and owners. Senior figures of multinational corporations made the call before the start of a conference at the University of Chichester intending...
ISPU wins contract to train Chinese teachers
11th November 2016
A TRANSNATIONAL contract to train a new generation of Chinese teachers has been won by the International Short Programme Unit (ISPU) of the University of Chichester. The contract with the ISPU, which is part of the Institute of Education and one of only five preferred partners in the UK according...
ESREA in Ireland
22nd September 2016
AN ACADEMIC of the University of Chichester whose research focuses on the relationship between people and technology has presented at a major European conference. Dr Hazel Beadle, a Senior Lecturer in Leadership and Management at the Institute of Education, spoke to the European Society for...

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