The University of Chester recently celebrated 180 years of teaching, making us one of the oldest higher education providers in the UK. With around 15,000 students from about 130 countries worldwide, Chester provides a diverse, vibrant and safe location for international students.
Life in Chester
Our students love the city and it's not hard to see why. Chester is consistently ranked as one of the best and safest places to live in the UK. Ideally placed in the North West of England, Chester is close to the major cities of Manchester and Liverpool, a two-hour direct train ride from London and is bordered by the beautiful coast of Wales.
As a beautiful and compact city, you'll be able to explore Chester's historic and cultural surroundings by foot with all campuses just a short stroll away.
Careers and Employability
With hundreds of single and combined courses at Bachelor's, Master's, and Research level, we are confident you will find a programme to satisfy your thirst for knowledge. All our courses have an emphasis on practical learning which will provide you with the skills and experience employers are looking for.
Every Bachelor's degree includes a Work-Based Learning Module where students complete a five-week work placement at a professional organisation. You will have the opportunity to complete your placement at businesses across the world.
Why International Students Love Chester
- 200+ Courses Across 30 Subject Areas
- International and Merit-Based Scholarships
- Top 10 in the UK for Postgraduate Research
- Guaranteed Accommodation for International Students
- 15,000 Students from 130 Countries Worldwide
- Second Most Student-Friendly City in the UK
- Safest City-Based University in North West England
- Top Ten City in the UK
DO YOU WANT TO KNOW MORE?
The information on this page has been submitted by the higher education institution itself, and it varies how frequently they update it. If you want to know more, get in touch and one of our student advisors will answer all your questions!
Across the Pond is the official representative for this teaching institution for selected countries around the world which means we can help you apply to their courses and help with all the documents needed to submit an application. We can help answer questions about their courses and the institution itself as they do not necessarily have the capacity to deal with student enquiries from all around the world on a daily basis. This also means that they can ask us questions about your application and we can help explain if they are not familiar with your grades, academic background or the educational system in your home country. They also appreciate that students who apply through Across the Pond get the help they need, not only in terms of submitting the application and supporting documents, but also with everything needed before arrival in the UK, such as student accommodation, visa information, funding information and well as preparing for departure to the UK.