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Freshers

My first week of university

First year BA (Hons) English Literature student Amelia vlogged her first week of University from packing, to moving into halls and meeting her new flatmates! Subscribe to Amelia's YouTube channel

Moving back to uni!

Third year BA (Hons) Politics, Philosophy and Ethics student Liv has vlogged moving back to University! Liv has lived in University Accommodation for all three years of her degree and is living in on-campus, self-catered, en-suite accommodation for her final year. Subscribe to Liv's YouTube channel

Amy's Top Tips to make Welcome Week amazing!

Firstly, don’t be afraid to go and meet people , knock on their door and say hey! Be brave, they’re probably as nervous as you. Introduce yourself and be yourself, once you’ve formed some initial friendships go and knock on other flats, invite them for a cuppa or a pint! The friendliness of...

Things I wish I knew before starting university

Third year BA (Hons) Politics, Philosophy and Ethics student Liv has created a vlog on all the things she wish she knew about university before starting. If you're worried about making friends, what to pack for accommodation or needing support then this vlog is for you! Subscribe to Liv's YouTube...

Answering your assumptions about University

Do you really make your best friends at university? Do you need to do every piece of reading for your lectures? Do students only eat pasta? Third year BA (Hons) Politics, Philosophy and Ethics student Liv has answered any, and EVERY assumption you've ever had about university. Subscribe to Liv's...

Preparing for fresher year

How to make friends (even before you arrive!) Official Facebook groups run by Chichester are a great way to make friends. I managed to find course friends and flat mates on the Facebook group before I arrived. Although it’s difficult, it is important, especially in the first few weeks, to push...

How to get the most out of university

University can be really daunting, leaving behind all of your friends and family to move to a new city... it's tough. But hear are a few ways you can maximise your time at Uni. Get Out! - It's really tempting and easy to isolate yourself during the start of your time at university (I spent freshers...

Why is everyone calling Chichester 'Chi'?

During the application process, Open Days, Applicant Days and even in your first few days you may keep hearing the word 'Chi' or us referred too as Chi Uni and getting a little confused. All students, staff and residents here refer Chichester as Chi (pronounced Ch-eye) for short. It won't be long...

International student - how it all began!

By: Pavlina Kratochvilova So here it is, starting University as a foreign student, having English as my second language and terrified what university is going to be like. When I have arrived for my audition, I was late. It happens, and I automatically thought it meant bad luck. And here I am, a...

8 reasons why you should join a society!

Jess Saunders, Music Performance student Meet new people - Joining a society gives you the chance to meet people from outside your course. While this idea may sound scary it’s a great thing to do and a good way to escape your course sometimes. You’ll also find people who are on your wavelength and...

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