The University of Chichester
The University of Chichester have a mission to be a university community that inspires and enables individuals to exceed their expectations. It is a fundamental tenet of their values that education can transform people and society as well as having a profound impact on social mobility. This is why they believe passionately that higher education should be open to everyone.
The University is committed to providing an outstanding learning experience for every student. They recognise the importance of working in partnership with their students when making critical decisions that impact on their education and overall experience during their academic career. They take feedback from students very seriously and work hard to maintain the high quality of their courses.
Last year’s National Student Survey (NSS) ranked Chichester 7th highest, out of the 71 modern universities in the country, with 83% of students saying that overall, they were satisfied with the quality of their course. Students who undertook the History and Creative Writing courses ranked Chichester as the best in the country when compared to all other universities that offer those subjects – there was a 100% satisfaction rate for the History course.
The University is committed to undertaking and supporting research, as an integral part of its provision, some of which has been recognised in the sector as being of international quality, contributing to its standing as an institution that delivers high quality teaching. Enterprise and Employer Engagement are also key components of the University’s Strategy.
The University of Chichester comprises of two campuses based in Bognor Regis and Chichester, located in the county of West Sussex. Both campuses are situated in local town areas and surrounded with vibrant atmospheres.