University of Chester
What are the best things about studying at your university?
"There's a good support network, lots of sports and societies and a good location."
"There's lots to do in the local area such as bars, restaurants and activities during lengthy breaks between sessions. It's close enough for me to commute daily and good that it offers certificates and programmes to recognise extracurricular activities or volunteering. Lectures were varied and interesting and all lecturers were friendly and offered to see you in their own time should you need to."
"The community feel about it. Everything is accessible and lecturers have time for you."
"Relatively small lecture groups, good content and a good location."
"Great support services, lots of volunteering and many opportunities to gain skills."
"It's small so everyone knows each other and you always meet a lot of people you know on a night out."
"Excellent facilities and a wonderful city."
"It's a small and friendly uni in a great city with a very welcoming atmosphere. It's easy to make friends and get to know your lecturers."
"Chester is a great city that's small and safe but close enough to bigger cities. There are some really interesting and thought-provoking modules."
"The town, social life and sense of community within the uni."
"Having a small campus means getting more contact time with tutors."
"Having a radio station has allowed me to develop and improve as an aspiring radio producer. The station has been pivotal in my learning experience and is also perfectly placed in case I fancy a day out in Manchester or Liverpool."
"Everything. The lecturers are great, the university is amazing and the location is great for a student, with lots of friendly people."
"The uni staff have been very helpful and supportive."
"It's an enclosed campus. The SU is fantastic and I generally just love the location and the university itself. All of the law lecturers are more than happy to help at any time and I have loved my time here."