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29th April 2008
Dr Andrew Clegg, Subject Leader for Tourism Management at the University of Chichester, is celebrating his nomination in the 2008 National Training Awards, the UK's number one accolade for businesses, organisations and individuals who have achieved lasting excellence and success through training...
23rd April 2008
University of Chichester student Ben Quilter has today been named by ParalympicsGB as one of four judo athletes set to represent Britain at this summer’s Paralympic Games in Beijing. Twenty-six year old Ben, who comes from Brighton, took Silver at the 2007 European championships to secure Britain...
2nd April 2008
A new survey published in the Times Higher Education last month ranks the University of Chichester as 8th in the country for quality of life out of 121 institutions. The first-ever Halifax/Times Higher Education university quality-of-life index is not the typical sort of league table that we are...
31st March 2008
The University of Chichester has organised a series of breakfast meetings with local sports and leisure industry employers to explore the ways in which the university can help businesses grow and develop. The breakfast club is part of a Sussex Learning Network project, for which the university is...
28th March 2008
The release last month of the report from the House of Commons Public Accounts Committee on the retention of students on higher education courses was greeted with alarmist headlines in some newspapers. The study found that the percentage of students dropping out of university had “not budged”...
3rd March 2008
The University of Chichester has just heard that it has been successful in its bid to host Training and Holding Camps for international athletes leading up to the 2012 London Olympic Games. The London Organising Committee of the Olympic Games (LOCOG) announced late on Friday 29 February the names...
19th February 2008
As part of the University’s commitment to helping to prepare students for employment, the Music Department held its first ‘Speed-Date your Music Career’ event on Friday 8 February. For three hours, experts from a variety of fields in the music sector talked with music students about getting into...
5th February 2008
Second year BA (Hons) Physical Education student, Anna Howson, has been successful in her quest for selection to the English Universities Netball squad. Anna’s strong, dynamic performance and accurate shooting during the trials ensured that she achieved this honour in the face of strong...
4th February 2008
Continuing a series of recent successes in winning new international teacher training contracts in Spain, China and Japan, the Applied Language Studies Department of the University has successfully tendered for and won a new contract with the Seoul Municipal Office of Education (SMOE) in South...
23rd January 2008
Senior Lecturer in Music, Laura Ritchie, has secured funding of £30,000 from the Paul Morgan Charitable Foundation to invite the internationally renowned Chilingirian String Quartet to be quartet in residence at the University for the next three years. The quartet will give masterclasses for music...

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