Student Accommodation near University of Chester
Casita provides 12 University of Chester student accommodation options and student halls. Our accommodations include a variety of room types as well as a variety of facilities and services to meet your needs. Studios, ensuites, and flats are among the several types of accommodations available. Wi-Fi, all-bills-included, on-site laundry, common spaces, bike storage, and 24/7 security and CCTV are among the amenities and services.
Why Study at the University of Chester
The University of Chester is a public university located in Chester, England, UK. The university first originated as a purpose-built teacher training college in the UK and it’s considered one of the longest established higher education institutions in the country. The university was established in 1839 by 19th-century pioneers and prime ministers William Gladstone and the Earl of Derby, and a future Archbishop of Canterbury. The university now has five campus sites in and around Chester, a University Centre in Shrewsbury, and another one in Warrington. It is a member of the Cathedrals Group, the Association of Commonwealth Universities, Universities UK, and the North West Universities Association. In 1921, the University of Chester officially became an affiliated college of the University of Liverpool and this meant that it was awarded University of Chester qualifications and its students became able to use the University of Liverpool’s facilities. The university first started admitting women in 1961.
Departments and Divisions
The University of Chester has seven main faculties and each one includes a number of departments. The university’s faculties are the Faculty of Arts and Humanities, Chester Business School, Education and Children’s Services, Health and Social Care, Medicine and Life Sciences, Science and Engineering, and Social Science. The university also has a number of research centres which are Centre for Aging and Mental Health, Centre for Contextual Behavioural Science, Chester Research Unit for the Psychology of Health, China Centre, Christian Ethics of Farmed Animal Welfare, Eco-Innovation Cheshire and Warrington, Forum for Research into Equality and Diversity, Healthy Futures Network, Philip Barker Centre for Creative Learning, RECAP, and Westminster Centre for Research in Veterans.
Support departments that provide support to staff, students, and visitors are also offered by the university. These support departments include Alumni, Academic Quality Support Services, Catering, Careers and Employability, Chaplaincy, Commercial Operations, Conferences, Human Resources, International Students, Learning and Information Services, Learning and Teaching Institute (LTI), Outreach, Procurement, Registry Services, Residential Living, Student Finance, Student Futures Support and Development, Students’ Union, Sport and Active Lifestyle, Sustainability, and Work-Based Learning. The university also offers undergraduate study, postgraduate study, foundation years, professional development, research degrees, and degree apprenticeships.
Facilities and Resources
The University offers a wide range of resources and facilities on all of its campuses. The Chester Campus includes conference facilities, state-of-the-art tiered lecture theatres, cutting-edge audiovisual equipment, an exhibition and display area, parking, breakout rooms, lifts, and Wi-Fi access. The Riverside Campus occupies a prestigious waterfront location and a number of meeting rooms, lecture spaces and classrooms with modern facilities. The Warrington Campus includes a brand new Business School building, major landscaping projects, a luxurious new dining complex, and a refurbished and extended Learning Resources building.
University of Chester Student Accommodation
University of Chester student accommodation is offered in university-owned halls of residence as well as other partnership accommodation. A wide range of University of Chester student accommodation types is offered such as self-catered residences, semi-catered residences, and full-board residences on both Chester Campus and Warrington Campus in different styles from traditional, large halls of residence to small, self-contained houses. A large number of residence halls are also available.