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“A degree apprenticeship was a no-brainer,” she says Digital Marketing student Sian Spiers
7th February 2020
Apprenticeships at the University of Chichester are thriving. With nearly 200 apprentices studying across ten programmes, its students explain why they decided to take an alternative route to learning.   Degree apprentice Siân Spiers has an entrepreneurial flare unlike many others her age. The 18-...
6th February 2020
To mark National Apprenticeship Week, the University’s highlighting some of the trailblazers from its programmes who are witnessing first-hand the benefits of a degree apprenticeship and the impact on their careers.   Harry Finnis knows the meaning of hard work - for the last two-and-a-half years,...
The degree gives Caroline all the benefits of a traditional route but with added incentives
4th February 2020
WITH more than 100 degree apprentices across 10 programmes, the University of Chichester has become one of the fastest-growing providers in the country - here, as part of National Apprenticeship Week, our students tell their stories:   High-flying degree apprentice Caroline Thomas (below right)...
Degree apprentice Georgia Alston - from Pinks Vintage ice cream
3rd February 2020
The University of Chichester is blazing a trail for degree apprenticeships in the UK – with more than 100 students across ten programmes, it is one of the fastest-growing providers in the country. Some of our students tell their stories for National Apprenticeship Week.   AWARD-WINNING entrepreneur...
1st February 2020
CHICHESTER must not forget the importance of the city’s foodbank. That was the message from the Vice-Chancellor of the University of Chichester who visited the centre this week to deliver a cheque worth hundreds of pounds. It comes after the foodbank reported that a sharp rise in the number of...
History of Vietnamese musical-theatre Cải Lương chartered for first time
1st February 2020
NEW research from the University of Chichester and the British Council has – for the first time – chartered the history of Vietnamese musical-theatre, known as Cải Lương. The project included filming 21 original interviews with actors, actresses, scriptwriters, musicians, writers, audience members...
27th January 2020
A GROUP of international early-career scholars and PhD students writing on Iris Murdoch have met for the first time to speak about the author’s worldwide legacy. The meeting, which featured academics from across the globe, celebrated a recent revival of interest in the writer’s work among a new...
22nd January 2020
A SCREENWRITER for new James Bond film No Time To Die is coming to the University of Chichester next month to talk about his career. Robert Wade, who has co-written seven (007) Bond films featuring actors Pierce Brosnan and Daniel Craig, will be speaking at the public lecture on Tuesday 11 February...
Lady Hale to talk at University of Chichester
21st January 2020
Baroness Hale of Richmond's first talk since retiring from Supreme Court She will be speaking about long career at forefront of UK judicary Lady Hale is a leading voice in calls to modernise the legal system   HIGHLY-CELEBRATED judge Lady Hale is being welcomed to the University of Chichester next...
21st January 2020
RESEARCH at the University of Chichester reached a significant milestone this month after one study became the 3,000th piece of research to be archived in its repository. The landmark figure was achieved by Dr Thomas Gladwin, a senior lecturer in Psychology, on submitting his 27th item to ChiPrints...

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