The University of Chichester is in Chichester with a campus also in Bognor Regis, West Sussex. Offering excellent undergraduate & postgraduate degrees. The University of Chichester has provided education on our Chichester Campus since 1839, while our campus at Bognor Regis was established in the 1940s.
We believe our university is enriched by having students and staff from a wide variety of backgrounds. Higher education should be open to everyone who has the ability and potential to benefit from it, regardless of age, ethnicity, disability or family background. We know from our experience that a diverse student group creates a lively and successful community.
Our strongest asset is the community feel; from the moment you decide you want to study with us through to your graduation ceremony and becoming a member of our alumni.
You aren’t just a number to us. We will get to know you personally by name and our friendly professional services and academic staff aim to aid your experience as a student by listening, advising, and offering a full range of support from managing a disability, help with assignments to sorting out your finances.
The University of Chichester is accessible by many means of transport. We have train links a short distance from our campuses, car parking is available (permit or pay and display) and bus services call at our campuses. Find out more www.chi.ac.uk/about-us/how-find-us
Open event dates
Virtual Open Days Saturday 14 November. Find out more here: www.chi.ac.uk/openday
How to apply
Via UCAS Entry requirements can be found by visiting www.chi.ac.uk/courses