University of Chester

Review Breakdown

Campus / University Buildings
Learning Facilities
Sports Facilities
Student Union
Career Services
Organisation

Reviews

Anonymous

Chester is a very special and unique university which is situated in a lovely historical city. The University is set in fabulous historical surroundings with incredible staff and teaching to a high standard.

Anonymous

Your review could include comments on the campus, the facilities, your course, the student union, careers services and the organisation of your experience. Minimum length 100 characters.Your review could include comments on the campus, the facilities, your course, the student union, careers services and the organisation of your experience. Minimum length 100 characters.

Anonymous

I have had a great time at Chester university. The facilities have always met my need. The course it's self has been challenging and interesting, with constant support from my tutors. We are always presented with opportunities related to our discipline, and supported in every aspect of university life.

Anonymous

Student union plays a minimal part in the university experience, no idea what they do. There needs to be an expanse in societies as there is not a wide range. The university buildings are of good quality and offer the correct facilities particularly the binks building. Lecturers could be in better communication with each other and the standard of teaching is not consistent throughout modules

Anonymous

One of the finest University with state of the art infrastructure and education quality . Top of their subject teachers with excellence in their field of work. All kinds of personality development facilities are avaiaavai at free to minimale cost,in the terms of sports - basketball,football,throwball ,rugby, badminton, basketball, gymnastics ..and the list goes on . Everyday there are couple of educational seminars or days being conducted emphasizing on the current general knowledge or tabboos at the present time - like Difference in race, body shaming , rape and sexual survivor stories. This is proven to be helpful and beneficial to all. The best University anyone can be in

Anonymous

Great university, I study business and the campus is brilliant looks the part and great courses. They have a great lifestyle app too called Stunii, offer unbelievable discounts at the best places around! 100% download this free app if you attend

Anonymous

Chester university provides excellent facilities, the library is great and the lecturers are lovely!

Anonymous

Great uni. Quite a small campus and size but you get great support from the lecturers. Lots of great facilities such as the library, gym and student union. SU Fridays are a bit cheesy but dead cheap. Could be better facilities in the library for when you bring your own food e.g fridges or kettles

Anonymous

There are Starbucks and a Costa on the main campus which is amazing. The library is really modern and has everything you could need and the the timetables are easy to follow and give you lots of free time

Anonymous

Great uni only problem is one campus requires a 30 minute bus ride, which to be fair the uni provide a free bus service but attending a 9 am lecture requires being on campus for 8:15 to get to the bus

Anonymous

Great campus, but a lot of independent study for my particular course which can be a little bit overwhelming when overcoming the jump between sixth form and uni.

Anonymous

Really good uni loads of support given when needed. Good nightlife good for socialising good teaching

Anonymous

It's a really good university and the campus is quite decent however feel like sometimes it's very unorganised. Would reccomend for people to go.

Anonymous

University of Chester has helped form who I am today. Having studied at the University of Chester Business School and lived at Grosvenor House on Parkgate Road Campus, I can happily say that both campuses are very safe and enjoyable! Queen's Park (The Business School Location) has so much history that I find something new out about it almost every day! It is a very pretty campus and easy to navigate. Adding to this, the lecturers throughout the Business School make University feel like one big community. You are not just a number, you are a person who's name will be remembered. The Student Union on Parkgate Road help with any issues that you may have. University of Chester always has someone who will be able to help with your issues or be there for you to have a chat with. The careers service have been such a big help for me. Having been out on a placement year, careers helped me sort out my CV so that it was at its best for employers to see. Same goes for now when looking for graduate jobs. I am so glad I chose University of Chester because I have felt valued throughout my time here, even whilst away on placement!

Anonymous

Small University so it is easier to create beneficial relationships with your lecturers which helps aid discussions and feeling okay to ask for help.

Anonymous

As Chester is only a small university you have more interaction with lecturers and other students, it's based in a lovely city with amazing history and beauty. University owned student accommodation is very little however, there are more than enough student accommodation owned by other businesses. Parking is very limited with the campus only being small. Overall a lovely university that looks after its students

Anonymous

A small friendly university which is happy to do anything to help students succeed. I and in my third and final year after moving from Northern Ireland to study and I could not be happier with my choice. I would highly recommend this university to anyone, especially people who aren't from large cities or unable to drive, and the main campus is within walking distance to the busy shops of the city centre.

Anonymous

The university provides a variety of services to aid students as well as many opportunities for students to provide feedback and help the university make improvements. The staff members are dedicated and provide many opportunities for extra help and offer meetings to go over work. The university ensures all students are aware of the extra help services available to them such as counselling to ensure all students achieve their best experience. Canteen meals provide a variety of foods, and always provide healthy options for students and a variety of drinks.

Anonymous

My campus is Reaseheath College in Nantwich, the campus itself is small and easy to navigate around, parking however is an issue. The course has good topics but does occasional lack in organisation and relevance.

Anonymous

I'm on Queens Park Campus and it's really nice. The building has a lot of history about it. It's in a nice area. I know a lot of people have concerns about parking there but other than that I have no issues. The campus I'm at has a library, the only wish I had is that more books could be available online so I can access them more easily. I really enjoy my combined course but I just wish there were less 9am's, especially when we have socials the night before.

Anonymous

Chester is a small university! I went becuase I fell in love with the town and soon realised due to the size of the uni, it was very supportive! Your lectures and tutors are always there, which provide you with feedback! You feel like you can talk to them about anything which defintely helps if you ever struggle! Its great to make friends, especially if you join a society!

Anonymous

The university of Chester has many campuses which accommodate many different subjects from nursing, to English and arts, to biological sciences like my course animal behaviour, to photography and even engineering. The facilities are well kept with cleaners in every night and during the day and they have a large number of coffee shops, cafes including a burger bar, campus student unions shops for university of Chester merchandise and many more. My course (animal behaviour) is run by many different lecturers and operates in a number of large and small lecture theatres, computer rooms and laboratories for the maximum level experience. I'm in my second year which included the option of work experience over six weeks in a placement of your choosing or to go on one of the experiential trips (south Africa, Philippines, Egypt or Madagascar) for two weeks, working with companies to collect vital data for many animal species. This is a great opportunity and I'm looking forward to travelling to the Philippines which only cost £1200 in total. The university offers a great careers service in which you can visit at any time to get advice and help on where your University journey is going to take you after the three years, help adapting your CV and even applying for future jobs. The only downfall I find to Chester university is the price of student accommodation and the living expenses which seam slightly higher then some other universities due to the area. It is however still cheaper then living and studying in a London university. In conclusion I would 100% reccomend Chester university and find it a great place to spend three years studying away from home.

Anonymous

Chester is a great university. Because it is a smaller uni then most it has a very homely feel, meaning that you are known by your name and not your number and you are treated in the same way

Anonymous

I love it, it's so good, the city, weather, people around and the lecturers are so nice, the city has everything, I love it here and I'm enjoying my time to the maximum

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