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18th February 2014
BUDDING entrepreneurs from across the country received expert help and advice on starting and growing a business in Horsham last week. More than 40 firms offered their time and support at this year’s Microbiz, which was held on Saturday 8 March by Horsham District Council and the University of...
12th February 2014
A NEW book by a senior lecturer at the University of Chichester is aiming to prepare first-time novelists for the creative and commercial challenges of publishing. Writing a First Novel: Reflections on the Journey, which has been edited by Karen Stevens who teaches in the English and Creative...
21st January 2014
A £400,000 refurbishment of Otter’s Restaurant at the Chichester campus has been unveiled by Vice-Chancellor Professor Clive Behagg. The renovation, which has opened for the start of the semester, features new tables, chairs, and soft seating areas, as well as lighting and wall-mounted television...
23rd December 2013
A student has spoken of her delight of winning a Christmas stocking filled with £200 worth of Amazon vouchers from the University of Chichester. Angela Lucas, currently in her third-year studying for an undergraduate degree in history, won the coupons after completing the online Student Barometer...
20th November 2013
World leading fairy tale experts will be speaking at the University of Chichester next week for a new exhibition on the illustrations of the Brothers Grimm and other classic authors. The group includes top-selling children’s literature specialist Jack Zipes, who has written more than 20 books on...
18th October 2013
There will be live music and party games at the University today (Friday) and Saturday as the Students’ Union kick-starts its largest fundraising event of the year. Bands, DJs, and singers of all styles and genres will be performing alongside students and staff at RAGFest 2013, which is being held...
14th October 2013
Students and staff from the University of Chichester have won a national award for their film on human trafficking. UPDATE: The Home Office have released a short film about human trafficking, featuring clips from 'My Name is Georgina'-see the film on YouTube.  My Name is Georgina, by undergraduates...
10th October 2013
Aspiring actors and performers can now go straight to Broadway as part of a new course from the University of Chichester. The master’s degree in Musical Theatre offers students a chance to develop their skills in dance, singing and acting at a company in New York. The one-year programme is led by...
26th September 2013
In what has been billed one of the greatest comebacks of all time, University of Chichester Honorary Graduate Sir Ben Ainslie has won the America’s Cup. The four-time Olympic gold medalist, along with Team Oracle from the USA, overturned an 8-1 deficit against New Zealand to win sailings biggest...
22nd August 2013
‘My Name is Georgina’, a film by students, staff, and professional associates of the Department of Media at the University of Chichester, has been shortlisted for the Unchosen Human Trafficking Short Film Competition. Unchosen is an anti-trafficking charity promoting human trafficking film...

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