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1st May 2019
  THE University of Chichester has been ranked in the UK’s top five most environmentally-friendly universities after reducing its carbon emissions by more than 1,200 tonnes in the last decade. A poll by HESA, a government think tank for higher education data and analysis, rated the institution as...
29th April 2019
  THE University of Chichester has been named as one of the top 15 higher education institutions in the UK. National rankings from the Whatuni student choice awards placed Chichester as the 14th-best in the country, after votes from more than 41,000 students were counted. The top rankings...
29th April 2019
  mapdance, an established, exciting  company of young, dynamic dancers recruited nationally and internationally and based at the University of Chichester, has announced its spring tour with performances across the south of England, including in Chichester on Thursday 16 May. mapdance performs a...
26th April 2019
  The UNIVERSITY of Chichester is calling on more employers across the south of England to think about apprenticeships – by participating in a specialist event this month. The ‘Apprenticeships - Busting the Myths’ event, hosted on Tuesday 30 April, will be led by employers with a range of...
26th April 2019
  A TEACHER from a University of Chichester Academy Trust school has been nominated for the prestigious TES awards. Sally Doughty, from Frogmore Junior School, was named on the shortlisted for the TES school awards 2019 as an “outstanding individual” in the education sector. News of her award-...
24th April 2019
  A MOULIN ROUGE-themed event is being hosted in Bognor Regis this weekend to raise money for music and arts in the region. Rox Spectacular is this year’s edition of the ever-popular Rox in the Park, taking place on Saturday 27 April, bringing together activities, musical numbers, and traders and...
24th April 2019
  A CONTEMPORARY art trail marking the events of Christ’s passion and death across the Easter commemorations has opened in Chichester. The exhibition, known as Stations of the Cross, has been created by Fine Art students from the University of Chichester. A number of crosses have been installed at...
17th April 2019
  Professor Bill Gray (1952– 2019)   IT is with great sadness that we announce the death of Professor William (Bill) Gray, who died at home Monday 8 April after a long illness. Prof Gray – or Bill to those who knew him – had taught at the University of Chichester for more than 35 years, becoming...
12th April 2019
  TEACHING is never far from the headlines – be it a call for teachers to play a role in the elimination of knife crime or a national register for home tuition, and everything in between. Teachers and the discipline of teaching sit at the heart of our personal and societal development, yet as a...
12th April 2019
  HOPE in our apocalyptic world and the boundary between humans and animals in the Bible is the subject of a University of Chichester open lecture this month. Biblical scholar Dr Hannah Strømmen and philosopher Dr Tommy Lynch, from the University’s department of Humanities, will be presenting...

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