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Postgraduate Reviews of Courses at University of Chester

Fantastic....and believe me i have attended 3 different Universities.
I can honestly say i would have gained my MSc without the University staff and academics..who go the extra mile to help the students read full review
Awful. The school placements are great, because I love teaching, but that is zero to do with Chester. The uni are useless when it comes to the paperwork, they regularly just ask you to come into uni for no reason, and have no problem sending you 30 miles away for a school placement. There is a severe lack of consideration about the impact of their decisions on the students. read full review

Cardiovascular Disease MSc


Sudha Rani Dheeravath - February 2020

Absolutely fabulous, I love my university very much and I am honored to receive education from University of Chester and like me many students from under poverty working hard for higher education and this university is the best place for less expensive degrees and short duration but gaining plenty of knowledge with updated opportunities, I encourage friends from poverty to come and study in university of Chester, not only education in university has a very good heart help the student with scholarship, which made me easier to study today in university of Chester is dreams becoming true, by keeping this in my thoughts I work hard and run towards to reach my goals read full review
The teaching was good, and much around the academic department i was really happy with. The university though has poor communication between departments, and virtually no consultation with students.

I did like my experience, but I would be reluctant to recommend the university. I especially was disappointed in the complete lack of PG community.

If I was to do over, I would look more closely at Edge Hill as they have the same course, and I suspect have better facilities. read full review

Gender Studies MRes


Student Reviewer - February 2020

My overall experience at Chester exceeds the expectations I had before coming, specifically regarding the relationships I've developed with my cohort. Being an American makes me different by default; however, my cohort members embrace this difference and constantly make me feel accepted and loved. read full review
Very disappointing. The extreme majority of what I learned I did with my own work and research. I do not feel supported or that the course is worth the price.
Very frustrating because I still really much want to be an art therapist but I am not sure this course was the best choice I could have made and that it will prepare me enough. read full review
The initial experience with the professors and campus were great. Over time shortcomings are becoming more apparent. There are opportunities that I’ve been given for research dissertation are amazing in comparison to the opportunities I would have in Canada.

I was impressed with the support systems and advertisement of mental health, sexual health and counsel facilities available. However mental health in university starts with the communication and lecturing abilities, there are a lot of gaps in lecturing and comprehension and not much support when that happens which contributes greatly to mental health problems on campus and success of their students. read full review
Amazing. As an international student, the uni has been very helpful getting settled and navigating the student life. They offer a lot of opportunities for international students to bond so no one is ever alone, and there is a large friendly community. read full review

Psychology (Conversion) MSc


Student Reviewer - February 2020

I have really loved being apart of the university, its really welcoming and I feel at home here, I've had such a good time since I've started and I can't wait for the next months I'm here. I won't lie its been hard work with the assignments but I've pushed through and I'm really enjoying my course and I can't wait to see whats next! read full review
I was happy studying at University of Chester. I studied here for both my undergraduate (BSc) and postgraduate (MSc) degrees. The lecturers on my course were both knowledgeable and interesting. A wide variety of assessment methods were utilised so that students could improve their skills regarding different tasks. The campus environment is great - the city is 5 minutes walk away, yet you can drive into the countryside very quickly. I feel that my degree will genuinely help me get a job that I aspire to have. Thank you Chester read full review