University of Chester

Description

Founded in 1839, the University of Chester is one of the oldest higher education institutions in the country. We are proud of our strong learning tradition, our ability to move with the times, and our energetic student community - and have a positive national reputation for work based learning. Our concern for each individual encourages diverse personalities, qualities and interests to flourish. We value a wide range of approaches to learning, and are dedicated to offering you the best possible experience in training, studying and research for the real world. The University operates on five sites in and around Chester and one in Warrington, as well as our University Centre in Shrewsbury. We take great pride in the excellence of our teaching, as well as our world-class research, and we work in partnership with universities and organisations from across the globe. The University's Centre for Work Related Studies is renowned for working with organisations and individuals to develop customised university awards for personal and professional impact.

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United Kingdom

Higher Education

Speciaties:

Undergraduate and postgraduate degrees Accreditation of work based learning Accreditation Customising workplace qualifications Employability

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Rebecca Collins
Lecturer in Human Geography at University of Chester
Ben McGee
Marketing and Recruitment Assistant at University of Chester
Manda Thompson
Art Psychotherapist/Lecturer at University of Chester
Alan Summers
Senior Lecturer Graphic Design at University of Chester
Patricia Murrieta-Flores
Director of the Digital Humanities Research Centre at University of Chester
Garfield Southall
Associate Dean for Science & Engineering at University of Chester
Martha Sampson
Deputy Head, Law School at University of Chester
Rob Dawson
Institutional Compliance Officer at University of Chester

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