The University of Chichester was formerly a school formed by Otter Williams for training masters in 1839. However, between the 1995 and 1999, the training institution began to be known as Chichester Institute of Higher Education as opposed to its former name of Bishop Otter College.
It finally gained the degree awarding power and was formally recognized as a university in 2005 as a University of ChiChester.
Why Study in Chichester
Chichester is a competitive university to put yourself ahead of competition when it comes to career with their award winning career services and courses built with utmost care to be compatible with any mind.
You will also benefit from the university’s various skill programs that will sharpen your creativity. Also English is the language of instruction in the university.
The University of Chichester is a relatively small institution, but despite this it offers a wide range of subjects both for undergraduate and postgraduate programs.
The University’s main campus also has accessible motorway routes to larger cities such as portsmouth, Brighton and Worthington which are all around it.
The University’s smaller campus is used mainly for academic study and includes both business and learning resource centres.
Despite its extremely recent development, the University has some famous alumni such as Writer Isobel.
- The minimum entry requirement for entry to bachelor’s degree is a minimum of 2 A levels and 5 GCSE’s (which can be fro A-C) in subjects other than the A’level subjects.
- The university’s acceptable standard A’level offer range is BBB-BCC for international students, Baccalaureate 30 points, or QAA approved access diploma pass.
- The university equally has an alternative entry process for applicants who do not have any of the above qualifications. You should check the University’s official website for more information.
As is common with all universities, the institution stipulates that postgraduate candidates hold the equivalent of a respectable honours degree (2.1 or above) from a recognized university.
HND’s are also accepted.
All international students whose first language is not English are expected to have met the University’s minimum language requirement before commencing their studies. Students aspiring for direct entry to MSC and MA taught programmes can apply with a score of 6.5(Cabridge English Scale score 176 to 184), with no element less than 6.0 except for MSC international business programs.
It is important that students have enough tuition fees before applying for admissions to study in Chichester. For a full year study, EU students will pay $10,000 while non EU students should budget $11,000 to $13,000.
Cost of Living
You should ensure you have enough funds to cover your living expenses during the period of studying there.Ideally, a single student should budget $2,000 to $2,500 per month in addition to charges.
The University of Chichester has both catered and self catered halls of residence on its two campuses. The costs of accommodation starts fro $100 per week. Note that first year students who made the university their first year choice on UCAS are guaranteed a room on campus.
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