• University of Chester guide

    Originally founded as the first purpose-built teacher training college in the UK in 1839, the University of Chester was originally affiliated with the University of Liverpool until it was given the right to award its own degrees in 2005.


    Currently there are four campuses: three in Chester and one in Warrington, the latter of which is home to the media, sports and management courses. In addition to these courses, the University of Chester covers subjects in humanities, sciences and healthcare.

    The main campus has a mix of Victorian and modern buildings, including a Gothic-style chapel and has a strong community vibe.

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    At a glance


    What you need to know about the University of Chester

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    Ranking:

    71st (Complete University Guide 2014)
    46th (The Guardian’s University Guide 2014)

    Fees:

    Undergraduate degrees cost £9,000 per year for UK/EU students and £10,700 for international students starting courses in 2014.

    Established: 1839 as Chester Diocesan Training College; gained university status in 2005

    UCAS Code: C55


    Links:

    University of Chester website

    University of Chester Student Union website

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    Open days at the University of Chester

    University of Chester open days

    There are three open days that take place on the University of Chester's three campuses. The 2014 dates are as follows:
    7 June 2014, Chester and Kingsway campus

    The date for the Warrington campus open day is yet to be announced.

    How to find it:

    Address:
    University of Chester
    Parkgate Road
    Chester
    CH1 4BJ

    Telephone 01244 511000



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