University of Chester

The University of Chester is a public university located in Chester, England that originated as the first purpose-built teacher training college in the UK. The university occupies five campuses in and around Chester, with one in Warrington and a University Centre in Shewsbury.

The school offers a range of foundation, undergraduate and postgraduate courses as well as a wide range of academic research opportunities.

The University of Chester is a member of the Association of Commonwealth Universities, the Cathedrals Group, the North West Universities Association and Universities UK.

The University of Chester, founded by the Church of England in 1839, continues to be guided by Christian values and is proud of the open, inclusive and supportive environment that characterises the institution. 

The mission is founded in faith and focuses on creating community and serving society. The university's vision is an unwavering commitment to ensuring an outstanding student learning experience, developing the expertise of staff, providing teaching excellence, and actively growing research and scholarship.

It's foundational values revolve around recognising the dignity and worth of every individual; the vital role of education in the service of society; the inherent value of education in the service of society; and the inherent value of the pursuit of truth and freedom of enquiry.

The University of Chester is a Public university located in Chester.
The University of Chester was founded in 1839.
The current president of University of Chester is Gyels Brandeth.

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