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Is Chester University good?

Is Chester University good?

University of Chester is ranked 1001 in World University Rankings by Times Higher Education and has an overall score of 4.0 stars, according to student reviews on Studyportals, the best place to find out how students rate their study and living experience at universities from all over the world.

Is Chester University respected?

The University of Chester has a national reputation for its Work Based Learning module which is offered to undergraduate students in their second year of study. The University of Chester has been ranked as the safest city-based University in the North West of England (Complete University Guide 2018).

Is University of Chester good for international students?

Student Choice Awards in 2020 the University of Chester was rated as the second-best institution for international students. This rating was based on the reviews of more than 41,000 students across 150 universities. The university has outlined its plan for students arriving from overseas in 2021.

Which University has the happiest students UK?

The 20 universities with the highest student satisfaction:

  • Buckingham – 4.33.
  • St Andrews – 4.32.
  • Liverpool Hope – 4.30.
  • Leeds Art University – 4.26.
  • Loughborough – 4.24.
  • Aberystwyth – 4.23.
  • Lancaster – 4.20.
  • Bangor – 4.19.

Is Chester nice place to live?

New research has found that Chester is one of the happiest cities to live and work in the entire UK. Data from the Office of National Statistics states that the score of happiness in the UK is 7.3/10 meaning people living in Britain are generally quite happy with life.

What is Chester like for students?

About Chester As will those with a passion for shopping, with a packed high street and outlet centres close by. And of course, you are probably wandering what the nightlife is like. Well, there’s plenty of cosy pubs, live music venues and nightclubs to keep students happy.

Is University of Chester safe?

The Complete University Guide has revealed the University of Chester to be the safest city-based institution and the second safest place to study overall in the region – for the third consecutive year.