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Why I chose to go back to University to study Physiotherapy

At several stages in my life I have had physio interventions. None more important than the aftermath of a 10 week hospital stay where I’d temporarily lost the use of my legs. While the doctors found out why this happened, without the physiotherapists I would not be anywhere near the position I am...

Being a fresher during COVID-19

First year BA (Hons) English Literature student Amelia has explained the ins and outs of being a fresher during COVID-19.

Cliona's top tips for Virtual Open Day

Despite not visiting the university in person on the day, I found the virtual open day very informative and had all my questions answered by the lecturer in his talk. I felt very welcome and felt reassured that at the University of Chichester, I am more than just a number. My top tips for Virtual...

Katie's top tips for Virtual Open Day

I found the virtual open day very useful and informative and it gave me a lot of information all about my course (Primary Teaching) and it made me feel part of the Chichester community before I had even started! The open day provided so much information and answered so many questions that I had. My...

Rebecca's top tips for Virtual Open Day

For me, the virtual open day was consolidation of the fact I wanted to attend the University of Chichester. I attended the campus tour a few months prior, but I was looking for reassurance that this university was right for me, and this is what I got. The virtual open day was well organised and...

The cost of living in Bognor Regis as a student and how to save money

Student life can be rather expensive, and it can be difficult to budget whilst at university. Household bills, books, food, rent and socialising all racks up, and can end up costing you quite a lot. However, if you make sure to spend within your limits, it can save you from money worries whilst...

The cost of living in Chichester as a student and how to save money

Being a student can be expensive, and budgeting can be difficult. The cost of bills, rent, food, books and socialising all adds up. But ensuring that you spend within your limits can save you from money worries whilst studying at university, meaning you’ll have a little extra cash in the bank to...

Amy's Top Tips to make Welcome Week amazing!

Firstly, don’t be afraid to go and meet people , knock on their door and say hey! Be brave, they’re probably as nervous as you. Introduce yourself and be yourself, once you’ve formed some initial friendships go and knock on other flats, invite them for a cuppa or a pint! The friendliness of...

Top tips for commuting to university

First year Digital Marketing student Bethan has created a vlog on her experience living at home for University. If you're struggling to decide between living in Halls of Residence or commuting to University, Bethan has some extremely useful tips to help you make that decision!

Why come to a University of Chichester Open Day?

The entire University is so friendly, it felt like a home as soon as I stepped foot onto campus and I just really enjoy being here, everyone is so nice and welcoming, it's such an inclusive environment to be in. When I came to an Open Day I registered and straight away went on a campus tour so I...

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