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£11million business hot house project will support 1,000 businesses to help improve productivity and innovation
12th November 2019
BUSINESSES in the south of England could be boosted by a new £11million project from the University of Chichester Business School which will drive economic growth in the region. The initiative, known as the Business Hot House programme, is offering to support more than 1,000 firms – large and small...
Cllr Eileen Lintill visits University Tech Park
1st November 2019
THE leader of Chichester District Council has been welcomed to the University of Chichester for her first visit to its campus in more than a decade. Councillor Eileen Lintill, who was voted into post in May this year, was given a guided tour of the Bognor Regis campus – and the new Tech Park – by...
30th October 2019
HUNDREDS of students from the University of Chichester have celebrated the end of their studies at graduation this week. The postgraduates were joined by high-profile honorary figures as they collected their degrees in front of family and friends at ceremonies in Chichester Cathedral. The event...
20th October 2019
STUDENTS from the University of Chichester’s first-ever cohort of apprentices have graduated with top honours – and have now been offered full-time jobs with their degree employers. Georgina Searle and Harry Miller, who both obtained a 2:1 in their BA (Hons) degrees in business and management,...
16th October 2019
GOLD medal-winning netball champion Geva Mentor CBE is coming to the University of Chichester to speak about her trophy-laden career. The former England captain, who helped the national team secure bronze in the 2019 world cup, will also be hosting an open masterclass at the institution on Thursday...
11th October 2019
South African activist Alice Kinloch was influential across British history but remains one of the “frequently-forgotten” figures of Black History Month, says University of Chichester Professor Hakim Adi. Little is known about the equal-rights campaigner, writes Prof Adi in the Guardian newspaper,...
11th October 2019
  LOSING a loved one is a traumatic life event, but for those with dementia it can be devastating, confusing and have the potential to complicate their condition. The University of Chichester, in association with St Wilfrid’s Hospice, are hosting a conference on Wednesday 16 October entitled...
9th October 2019
  A JOURNALIST and senior lecturer with the University of Chichester’s Department of Creative and Digital Technologies has spoken about his work on a new Glastonbury Festival book with world-famous musicians Jay-Z and Adele. Thomas H Green has written about his 30 years of experience covering the...
8th October 2019
  THE first in a new series of public lectures starting at the University of Chichester next month will be given by an internationally-acclaimed cellist and teacher. Laura Ritchie, Professor of Learning and Teaching in music, will be speaking on Friday 18 October about her pioneering methods of...
25th September 2019
Study shows people feel more energised after exercising with their animals Runners showed improved physical and emotional experience with canine company Dr Sarah Edmunds from the University of Chichester led the research   RUNNING with a dog can significantly improve a workout more so than going...

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