The University of Chichester is based in West Sussex, with campuses in the city centre and the coastal resort Bognor Regis. The University dates back to as early as 1839, when it was named Bishop’s Training College.
There are 18 areas of study available at the University of Chichester, with specialised courses in:
- Humanities (History, English, Theology)
- Social Sciences (Psychology, Childhood Studies)
- Music & Performing Arts (Dance, Theatre Studies)
- Sports Studies (P.E, Sports Science)
On the Chichester Campus you can find many amenities including the Student’s Union building called Zee bar. The student bar is open from 11am and caters for many students, whether the occasion is lunch in-between lectures or a student night out.
At the Bognor Regis campus, there has been a recent investment in a new building for business and enterprise; The Dome. This new feature includes a cafe, a business lounge, meeting rooms, smart boards for presentations and an 80 seat auditorium for conferences or networking events.
Both campuses are home to the Tudor Hale Centre for Sport and feature fitness suites and group exercise classes such as circuit training, zumba and Pilates. The university also run sports clubs for students through their Get Active project which includes sports such as football, tennis, badminton, netball and volleyball.