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Postgraduate Reviews of Courses at University of Chester

teacher and staffs are all friendly and helpful. however, once you finish, it does not seem that the uni provides a lot of help for the students. I could be wrong as pandemic has been challenging for everyone. read full review
I enjoyed my experience at the University of Chester till before the pandemic. I have learned a lot over the past year. They offer a number of clubs and societies which are great to be a part of. The students union are always happy to help. It was very easy to move to another country as all of them were very accommodating and friendly. The university did make some changes in light of the pandemic but I feel the support offered could've been better. Some of the processes in the university remained the same even though there we were amidst a global pandemic. I feel like they could make communications more clear to avoid unnecessary confusion. read full review
The facilities University provides to International students are really good. For University, students are on their top priority. Me being an International student has never faced any problems. Even during the Covid19 lockdown and restrictions the Instructions and communication from University was pretty clear. Hence the less panic for us to be away from home during such times. My overall experience of studying in the University, staying in Chester is really good. read full review
I think the overall experience in my uni is more than my expectation, I am very satisfied with what it offers and helps me in my study and life aboard in the UK. read full review

Oncology MSc

UNIVERSITY OF CHESTER

Hilbeen - November 2020

Overall experience was good despite ups and downs and COVID, I would definitely rate my experience 8 out of 10 and will do it again for sure. The university experience and teaching was outstanding and made my insight toward a better future. read full review
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The skills, qualifications and experience that i have gained as an international students from studying with University of Chester are now needed more than ever. Studying at University of Chester has played a huge part in my personal and professional development. The MBA programme has allowed me to develop skills in areas such as entrepreneurship, communications, leadership and research.

It goes without saying that 2020 has been a challenge- both personally and in terms of my study. However, I have pulled through by staying positive, fully engaging in online study and keeping in touch with loved ones.

I graduated in October and I am feeling immensely proud. Overcoming the challenges which the COVID-19 pandemic has presented feels even more rewarding. I have the confidence, courage and skills to achieve my dreams in the world of management thanks to my experience in University of Chester. read full review
I have gained a lot of co-curricular experience as well as academic achievement. Although I don't think it is counted as a vibrant university life, sometimes I like the quiet but ongoing student life. read full review
I enjoy my time here at the University of Chester. Everything is quite close to the city centre and students do not need to pay for any commuting. Chester is a quite friendly and beautiful city. It is so easy to go for cycling or a run nearby the city or even cross the border for some gorgeous views from the Lake District. The University supports students with different services such as Careers and Employability, Student futures, student mental health and well being and so on. Chester has definitely exceeded my expectations. read full review
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