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Senior lecturer Ramesh Singh who leads the new esports degree at Chichester
3rd December 2019
AN AWARD-WINNING esports player who teaches at the University of Chichester has been appointed to the board of a major esports body to support the industry’s latest grassroots projects. Senior lecturer Ramesh Singh, who leads the new esports degree at Chichester, has joined the British Esports...
The BA (Hons) in Musical Theatre and Cabaret will train performers to cater for a career on-stage
29th November 2019
A NEW musical theatre and cabaret degree at the University of Chichester has been endorsed by award-winning show producers in a bid to cultivate a new generation of performers. The first-of-its-kind course, which launched in September year, was backed by TAG – the talent artist group – as a route...
20th November 2019
A TRAINEE-TEACHER from China has spoken of his delight after winning an international award for his work in education. University of Chichester student Peng Fang topped the National English Teaching Contest for College Teachers (NETCCT), organised by the Chinese government. The competition aims to...
19th November 2019
A PROMISING filmmaker who studied at the University of Chichester has received a top accolade at an international awards ceremony. Alumna Boryana Dzhivdzhanova was praised by judges from the Guild of Television Camera Professionals (GTC) for her cinematography on drama short Relevé, which tells the...
13th November 2019
Esports athletes playing in top-level competitions face similar stress levels as football and rugby stars University of Chichester examined psychological mindset of elite esports players Esports industry worth is predicted to exceed £1 billion by the end of 2019 Major esports competitions watched...
12th November 2019
A MEN’S health project is attempting to address increased rates of depression and loneliness among males living in Hampshire and Kent, plus areas of mainland Europe. The initiative, known as Step by Step (SBS), hopes to improve the mental and physical health of men at a high-risk of social...
£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...
Emma Jayes (right)
25th October 2019
NEW graduate Emma Jayes always intended to put the knowledge and skills gained from studying two psychology degrees into practice to help other people. She had not expected, however, just how quickly she would find herself in a prominent position at the forefront of UK national security so soon...

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