International Fees From
All degrees, £14,050 UG
£100 per week.
All degrees, £14,050 UG
£100 per week.
The University of Chichester, has a long history of higher education, dating back to 1839 when it was originally a College for Education. The College became a University in 1999 and celebrated its 180th anniversary in 2019. The size of the University provides an inclusive, personalised community experience. Students are known by name and are supported in small teaching groups, and led by research active staff.
Chichester is located 90 minutes by train from Central London.
The University is set across two campuses;
Bishop Otter Campus located in the heart of the historic 900 year old city of Chichester. Bishop Otter Campus is a short walk from the city centre which offers students a thriving hub of shopping, entertainment, restaurants and bars as well as historic landmarks.
Bognor Regis Campus -7 miles towards the coast, and situated a short walk from an award winning beach and local amenities.
All students benefit from a free bus pass, making travelling around easy and convenient.
Chichester was voted the UK’s 25th best university, according to students (National Student Satisfaction survey 2021) The University of Chichester is one of the UK’s top-30 universities, according to the Guardian University Guide 2021 and top 50 according to the Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide (2021).
Currently about 5% of Chichester’s students are international with a growth plan to raise this to 10% of the total student population by 2025.
Chichester’s total student population is approximately 5500 with 80% UG and 20% PG.
The University is in a period of growth and is expanding our PG portfolio and so in future the overall student population is expected to increase to 7,000 by 2025 with a higher percentage of PG students.
Both campuses offer a mix of historic buildings interspersed with modern teaching spaces & equipment.
Social & sporting and cultural activities beyond the classroom are organised by the Students Union and other social facilities include; coffee shops, restaurants and picturesque outdoor spaces on campus.
Sports is core to the University of Chichester and students can enjoy facilities such as; football, rugby, and astroturf pitches, running track & climbing wall.
The University of Chichester offers a range of university managed accommodation both on and off campus to suit different needs. Both catered and non catered options are available as well as en-suite rooms. Prices range from £100 – £103 – £177 per week.
All of Chichester’s undergraduate fees are the same for all courses. For 2021 entry these are set at £14,050 per year. Chichester also has a selection of international scholarships (fee discounts) available that can be found here:
Chichester has a small selection of programmes offered by Distance Learning such as MRES -The History of Africa and the African Diaspora. During the Covid Pandemic the University has also moved its Pre Sessional English programmes online to enable easier access to teaching for overseas students
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