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UCAS CODE VV46
ArchaeologyStudy the human past in all its diversity whilst learning the skills that will ensure success in your future career.Archaeology is the study of the human past, from the hunter-gatherers of Ice Age Europe to the inhabitants of early modern cities. As a student at Chester you will discover what life was like for these past societies, and learn the techniques and approaches that we use to study them. In doing so you will develop a suite of new specific and transferrable skills that will
Study the human past in all its diversity whilst learning the skills that will ensure success in your future career.
Archaeology is the study of the human past, from the hunter-gatherers of Ice Age Europe to the inhabitants of early modern cities. As a student at Chester you will discover what life was like for these past societies, and learn the techniques and approaches that we use to study them. In doing so you will develop a suite of new specific and transferrable skills that will provide the foundation for your future, whatever career you wish to pursue.
Theology and Religious Studies
Discover the significance of religious practices and beliefs in the contemporary world as you combine the study of world religion and Christian theology.
Theology and Religious Studies encourages you to consider the significance of religious practices and perspectives in the contemporary world, as well as inviting you to think critically about the Bible, Christian belief, philosophy and ethics. You will also study a wide range of areas within core subjects of theology, religious studies and biblical studies.
Chester is an exciting place to study Theology and Religious Studies. With a large team of religious studies scholars, theologians and biblical specialists working at the cutting edge of their fields, we are able to offer an excellent range of modules.
You will have the opportunity to develop your own interests and engage contemporary questions with religious and theological texts and traditions.
You will be taught in Hollybank (the Department’s building) through a combination of lectures, seminars, individual tutorials, study visits, group work and one-to-one tutorials. There will also be opportunities for field trips in the UK and/or abroad.
Hollybank is a Victorian building which houses a computer room, kitchen, student social and study space, and three purpose-built modern lecture rooms.
Assessment is mainly by coursework, e.g., essays, portfolios, presentations, text reviews, field reports, and seminars. Some modules may have a short exam.
This course develops skills in empathy, cultural sensitivity, and religious literacy valued by employers. Students go on to work in a number of professions, including teaching, banking and financial business, marketing and advertising, publishing, the civil service, health and social care, counselling, customer service, church and youth work, and ordained ministry.
The University has an award winning Careers and Employability service which provides a variety of employability-enhancing experiences; through the curriculum; through employer contact and through tailored group sessions and individual information, advice and guidance.
Careers and Employability - Student Futures aims to deliver a service which is inclusive, impartial, welcoming, informed and tailored to your personal goals and aspirations, to enable you to develop as an individual and contribute to the business and community in which you will live and work.
There might be a part-time course available for this subject, we are waiting for data from our partner UCAS.
Originally based on one campus in Chester, the University of Chester now offers over 300 single and combined honours undergraduate degrees across a number of specialist sites. Across each site, they seek to provide an immersive subject experience, where you can benefit from dedicated professionals, like-minded students, and industry-standard equipment, all on one site.
The University scored 86% overall satisfaction on the 2019 National Student Survey, which was above the sector-wide average.
The University of Chester describes itself as an open, inclusive and supportive University, committed to creating an inspiring learning experience, and supporting students to reach their full potential.