University of Chichester
Chichester | South East England
Ucas code: C58
What students say about this university435 comments (115 students)
The Bishop Otter Library is great. (I haven't been to the Bognor campus, so I can't really input anything) There are many...
The Bishop Otter Library is great. (I haven't been to the Bognor campus, so I can't really input anything) There are many floors to the library, the further you go up the quieter you have to be, so it's great if you want to do work in the library. The university is currently updating the library to make it even more outstanding. There are many computers and I think they are even putting in new ones. There are study desks and there is plenty of room for you to study. If the library doesn't have a book that you need for your course they will order it in for you. They have everything, journals, books, films. There is even an online source where you can find journals, reports and books and read them from your own laptop. The library also has a costa in it and you are allowed to eat in the library. The university has its own gym and it's better than going to the other gyms around Chichester, as because we are students, we get it cheaper. The University has its own theatre called The Showroom and it also has a large performance space for Dance students too. There are many studios to rehearse for performers, and there is even a rehearsal space for us down the road, a big building called Oakland's house, with three rooms dedicated to us. For performing arts students Oaklands is dedicated per time slot and per year, making the space available when we need it. It is also available to book it yourself. You are able to loan cameras and equipment from ICT. The university has its own student shop as well as the cafeteria. If you are short of money, why not apply to work at the university itself? You could apply to work in the student shop, or behind the bar at the students union, or at the cafeteria, you could even be a bouncer at the students union if you are already qualified. I think you can even apply to work at the library. The University emails you with opportunities for part time jobs, with what's going on in and around the Uni and events you can opt yourself in for.×
I wish i had known about the lack of computers, and musical practise roomsReport
I don't know about any of the social areasReport
SU is small - however with a small campus it makes it feel more packed out and like an actual club. Not being sporty myself I...
SU is small - however with a small campus it makes it feel more packed out and like an actual club. Not being sporty myself I didn't take much interest, there is a large field nearby which can be used for sports and games, and on the other campus there is a gym so facilities are available! Bar could do with another member of staff, however they are good at employing those year2+ A common room would be great, there aren't many places to just chill with friends when you're unable to sit outside×
On the bognor campus, they located students doing the same courses close to each other for example, everyone on my floor of...
On the bognor campus, they located students doing the same courses close to each other for example, everyone on my floor of Barbara smith was a primary teacher student×
Good, try to be on campus and catered food is tasty. Not all students get a place in halls, but you'd prefer to be there. It...
Good, try to be on campus and catered food is tasty. Not all students get a place in halls, but you'd prefer to be there. It can be quite expemsive×
How students describe this university
Overall student satisfaction87%
of students are very or quite satisfied with this university
Number of students5,520
students attended last year
Undergraduate / Postgraduate85%
of students are undergrads
Full-time / Part-time16%
of students are part-time
Male / Female62%
of students are female
Young / Mature16%
of students aged over 21
UK / Non-UK3%
of students here are from outside the UK
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