Brilliant - great social life and brilliant teaching. Would highly recommend the Triple Threat course for any prospective students. I would advise that you steer clear of the joint honours musical theatre courses.
My course holds a panel day in which agents are invited to see us perform.
Very intensive hours, it's a real bang for your buck.
Very good considering the size - they have frequent events
Very good. Could benefit with more studios however
Average. 5 minute drive to Lidl and Sainsbury's. 25 minutes walk to the university.
Average, not much offered.
Very strong - there is support for essay writing, dance, and mental health.
Really enjoying it so far. The course covers a range of interesting topics. It can be challenging at times but in a good way. I'm glad I chose the course that I did. There is also support on hand from student support or tutors/lecturers. Great facilities.
Strong careers department, lots of optional sessions about careers and employability. Helpful with work placements, with some courses requiring a work placement which helps. Lots of transferable skills learnt.
I like the small classes with a lot of contact time with the tutor/lecturer.
Great representation, easy contact and a friendly group. Lots of facilities available
Very good in all ways. Sports facilities are great, lots of restaurants and shops, lovely grounds and accommodation
Yes I think so. Chichester University is very close to the town centre for essentials and outings. Public transport and University travel is very useful. Accommodation is on site.
Lots of teams, clubs and societies for all abilities and for a wide range of activities. Really good
Very good. Lots of student support facilities for well being, disabilities etc. Feedback on assessment is good, using the online MAF feature
Its been the best experience of my life ive gained so much confidence in my self meet some great people who i will stay in contact with my whole and i just want this £100 voucher so i can treat my pals to a nice meal
They dont lol
Couldnt be happier
Yeahhhhh pretty good
Couldn't do much more
AMAZING!!! i have loved every second being at Chichester, I truly feel like I’ve made friends for life, I feel like in the short amount of time that I’ve been here (three months) I really progressed in my skills and confidence and I wouldn’t choose another university if I had the choice. Chichester as at the University feels like a family while it’s so small it helps you feel protected but at the same time you’re encouraged to grow and live as an adult with their support from everyone around you as well.
loads of lovely people to answer any questions about different careers and give advice
decent amount of both practical and theoretical style modules which helps in understanding the realistic and background aspects of theatre
the SU are very involved in the wellbeing of the students and making sure the transition into university is as painless as possible
brand new Tech Park in Bognor Campus, for Business/Tech related courses, very in depth library with new computers and of books to rent, the music department has loads of practice rooms available for students to use as long as they’re not booked. many different dance studios for the dance courses and rehearsals
uni is about a 5 minute walk from town and town is about a 30 minute walk from Fishbourne, but there is a free bus as well
loads of different sports and societies for any interests and you are always welcome to start your own society, with the help of the SU
great academic support, all lecturers have an open door policy, where you can go see them and speak to them for a little bit and ask any questions you may have about assignments, lectures or any concerns you may have. The University and the SU are really focused on student went well being and offer weekly well-being pop-ups in the library where are you can go and speak to professionals who are specially trained to help you adjust, and answer any questions that you may have as well
Challenging but enjoyable. The course was good, but need more space and facilities for dancing. Could do with more full time lecturers to balance work and help students slightly more
Careers department put on stalls and fairs
Very subjective course, feedback wasn't great, but very immersive
Pretty average, didn't know a great deal about what they do
Pretty good, I thought the library was good for size of uni
As Chichester is a small town it's not far from anything which is good
Sports societies are taken very seriously, I was not involved in any, not the widest range
Overall, I’ve had a very enjoyable experience at university so far. I’ve had so much fun and I’m really enjoying my classes. The people are great and the tutors are very knowledgeable in their field and are easy to talk to and work with. If I have struggled, I got the help I needed and made everything much easier.
Our university has a career hub which helps students to build on their CVs and look for work. They also provide a student ambassador programme, which adds to skills.
I really like that there is a variety in teaching methods. Sometimes we do traditional lectures, but we also do practical classes and theoretical lessons. I love that we get to dance each day and implement what we’re learning right away in the form of lab work. However, I wish there was more guidance when it came to projects and a few more contact hours.
I really enjoy our students union. It could be a little bigger, but they hold fun events and it’s a nice place to go if you want to do something different for cheap.
I think our facilities are really great. In the sports labs, the equipment is of high standard and really fun to use. We have multiple sporting facilities, and the library is very useful and helpful.
Our university is in a great location! It’s close to Accomodation, whether that’s on or off campus, and it’s about a 10 to 15 minute walk into the town center. There is also a coop conveniently right down the road!
There are many options available when choosing to join a society or sports team, there seems to be one for everyone! However, if you cannot find something you’d like, you can always start your own as long as you have 3 people! And there is a good variety of sports teams.
The support is amazing. The tutors are always there for you and available for personal tutorials. There’s also lots of help offered at the library for things such as essay writing and study skills. If you are having any personal issues, the university ensures you get all of the help you need. There are pop-up sessions each day and the Uni has many offers for students who need it.
I have met some people I will be friends with for the rest of my life. And made some unforgettable memories. The course has gotten better over the years, and the tutors treat us like fellow adults instead of children.
There are hours offered everyday to see certain people who help in each department
The people are very kind, and good to get along with. I don’t like the fact we don’t have enough contact hours
The students union is well represented and try’s to accommodate everyone, despite the president and vice being men. They have really focused on helping women with toiletries and helping different charities
Top notch, everything is accessible and very clean
Yes, not only is my accommodation close to the uni but is a 10 minute walk into town and a 20 minute walk to work. With no hassle
There’s is more than plenty to chose from and to be a part of. And there are new societies being made everyday
All the students are supported by all the staff, both academically and personally
University had been a hard but very rewarding time, I personal have grown so much academicly and also as a person to move forward in the world of teaching. Every step so far and been supported by the staff at uni
They have good careers advice and support services. My course due to the nature of it the placements are vital and they are all organised by the uni.
I like how the course is always taught by teachers how love teaching showing real importance in the role we are going to take on as teachers. I don't like how throught the 3 years that are significant pressure points where lots of assignments are due and there are lots of busy things happening which can cause stress
There seem to be a very good SU team that are working to make things easier for students. Like making the travel between campus free on uni buses.
Some of the building are fairly old however they all function as needed. The bognor library is great with brilliant resources needed for my course and placements. Due it the growth of the bognor campus the library can now often feel quite cramped and not always enough computer space
Yes very good all accommodation is with a good location to be getting into uni and is very close to bognor town centre which has a good verity of shops from food to clothes
There is a good verity of societies which have lots of different activities with them, however they are all based on the chi campus which makes it difficult for people based in bognor campus to be able to access and enjoy these different societies especially during busy study times of the year due to the extra travel time
The lectures are all super supportive by always offering time to help if needed and going further to support us in successfully achieving. The uni all offers a huge about of personal support through mental health services and other support services
I love the university and I couldn't have made a better choice. As I am an exchange student, I can compare it to my German home university and can say that this university is so much better in terms of support, and in terms of being a student known by name and not just by number. The lecturers are the most amazing and supportive people I've met in a university context, and everyone makes you feel welcomed and important that you are a part of the university - even if it is for only a limited period of time.
There is a lot of help (job fairs, career centre) offered to students and it is really good that the students are supported in their chosen career path and even if they don't know yet what they will do after their studies. The lecturers and also the staff at uni try to help whereever they can.
I like most that the lecturers are one a friendly and familiar basis with the students; it doesn't feel like a lecturer-student-relationship. You feel understood and taken seriously. The lecturers give you the feeling that you're supported and that you are good in what you're doing.
The Student's Union's opinion is very strong and the student represenation is very good.
The university's location is perfect, half an hour from the halls of residence and 15 minutes from the city centre. Love walking there as there are lots of beautiful animals.
There is a huge range of sports teams and societies, something for everyone.
Both the academic support and the personal support are really good. The tutors are ready to help whenever you need help and on a personal basis, the counselling for instance is really good and supportive.
I was scared to attend university but now being there, it’s definitely the right choice. Settled in well and love the course I am on. University is a different experience to life and worth trying
Within the library there’s a careers department students can attend. Courses offer work placements and allow us to go in exciting places
Courses are taught well structured and always have follow ups. Lectures make sure we understand Sometimes some lessons clash
Amazing facilities and the union are always supporting students
All in all, good
Small town, easy to get to near by locations
Huge variety, definitely something to suit everyone
AA’s always making sure we are okay Support offered by everyone