From a teaching college in 1839 to being awarded university status in 2005, Chester has had over 180 years to adapt, evolve and offer students outstanding academic opportunities and future possibilities.
The University has become a powerhouse of high-quality tuition and works with universities and organisations from all over the world.
The Faculty of Education and Children’s Services has maintained its reputation for delivering excellent teaching services and superb learning outcomes. Their most recent Ofsted inspections have rated their primary and secondary education provision as ‘Outstanding', and the Faculty is the only provider in the North of England to attain such recognition in the last three assessment frameworks.
Chester has a large nursing provision within the North West, with health and social care teaching available at many of the University’s learning sites.
The University has gained professional accreditation for specific courses, providing students with enhanced professional progression upon graduation.