All taught courses at the university follow a similar structure to an undergraduate course, with students attending lectures and seminars, as well as undertaking exams, essays and coursework throughout the year.
Teachers are dedicated and skilled in their field of work, and regular guest lectures come to visit the university, while workshops and careers fairs are also optional to help ensure students get the most out of their time there.
Research students have the opportunity to spend a lengthy amount of time dedicated to studying in-depth a particular subject area, with their findings being written up as a thesis at the end.
At the University of Chichester, students benefit from working with specialists in their field, as well as having an allocated supervisor to support them throughout.
The university offers the choice of studying for a PhD or an MPhil. There are over five research centres dedicated to specialist areas of study, as well as specialist research groups to join. Subjects on offer to study include History and Politics, Dance, Theatre and Fine Art, and Social Policy.
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