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9th June 2014
UNIVERSITY staff are on the verge of scooping a national award for helping Chichester students through their degrees. The institution’s Support and Information Zone, which provides a broad set of services to more than 6,000 people, has been shortlisted for a competition led by the Times Higher...
27th May 2014
THE 70-year anniversary of the D-Day landings that began the liberation of Western Europe from Nazi tyranny is taking place on Friday 6 June, 2014. To mark this event the University of Chichester will host a series of events and lectures on the day to commemorate the institution and city’s unique...
21st May 2014
HUNDREDS of pounds have been raised by students competing in an annual sports contest at the University of Chichester. More than 200 first and second year students from Physical Education and Sports Coaching (PESC) competed against each other for the pride of winning The Games. The aim is to raise...
20th May 2014
THE University of Chichester is delighted to announce that Professor Barry Carpenter OBE, pictured, will be the speaker at our annual Special Educational Needs and Disability conference. He will present a keynote at the event, which will be held on Tuesday 24 June at Bognor Regis campus, about...
20th May 2014
THE University of Chichester is now taking applications for the mandatory Special Educational Needs Coordination award starting in September 2014. For the past three academic years the programme has attracted teachers from East and West Sussex, Brighton & Hove, Hampshire, Portsmouth, Surrey...
20th May 2014
Next month, the Women’s Sport Leadership Academy (WSLA) 2014 will bring together outstanding female delegates, eighteen from the UK and twenty from overseas, to provide a unique learning environment that will support the women to further develop their leadership competencies. Organised by the Anita...
20th May 2014
STUDENTS moving home for the summer are being reminded to cash in on their unused TV licences. Those who purchased licences at the start of the academic year will have a full three months remaining and can claim a refund of £36.67. To be eligible students must have a TV licence, be leaving their...
20th May 2014
Students from Bourne Community College attended a business event organised by level 3 Event Management students on Tuesday 13th May.  The event was part of the BA (Hons) Event Management degree, where students have to demonstrate their acquired knowledge and skills through the conceptual planning...
19th May 2014
A group of Event Management students held 'The Enchanting Ball' on Saturday night as part of their Event Management degree.  The Enchanting Ball invited guests to a luxury evening of a three course meal, cocktails, wine plus entertainment throughout the evening including a silent auction and guest...
14th May 2014
THE new SEN (Special Educational Needs) Code of Practice aimed at those aged between 0 and 25-years-old is now available. The regulations, which become statutory from September 2014, will apply to all school phases and Further Education colleges. There are some key changes which schools will need...

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