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Why I chose to go back to University to study Physiotherapy

At several stages in my life I have had physio interventions. None more important than the aftermath of a 10 week hospital stay where I’d temporarily lost the use of my legs. While the doctors found out why this happened, without the physiotherapists I would not be anywhere near the position I am...

Cliona's top tips for Virtual Open Day

Despite not visiting the university in person on the day, I found the virtual open day very informative and had all my questions answered by the lecturer in his talk. I felt very welcome and felt reassured that at the University of Chichester, I am more than just a number. My top tips for Virtual...

Katie's top tips for Virtual Open Day

I found the virtual open day very useful and informative and it gave me a lot of information all about my course (Primary Teaching) and it made me feel part of the Chichester community before I had even started! The open day provided so much information and answered so many questions that I had. My...

Rebecca's top tips for Virtual Open Day

For me, the virtual open day was consolidation of the fact I wanted to attend the University of Chichester. I attended the campus tour a few months prior, but I was looking for reassurance that this university was right for me, and this is what I got. The virtual open day was well organised and...

Why come to a University of Chichester Open Day?

The entire University is so friendly, it felt like a home as soon as I stepped foot onto campus and I just really enjoy being here, everyone is so nice and welcoming, it's such an inclusive environment to be in. When I came to an Open Day I registered and straight away went on a campus tour so I...

Open Day Done Right: A Guide

Tips on how to get what you want from your Chichester Open Day. Getting a place at university, or considering going for one is always a mixed experience. On one hand, it is a great adventure: touring the country to find the campus that you will call home for the next three or four years to study...