United Kingdom
University of Chester
The Institution of Chester is a well-known public university in the English town of Chester. It began as a teacher training college in the United Kingdom in 1839 and eventually became the University of Chester. It was formed by forefathers such as William Gladstone and the Earl of Derby, as well as a former Archbishop of Canterbury. Today, the University of Chester offers more than 170 postgraduate and 230 undergraduate degrees.

Cost of attendance

Undergraduate studies at the University of Chester cost an average of 12,950 GBP (12.98 lakh INR) a year. The typical tuition cost for postgraduate programmes is 13,450 GBP (13.48 lakh INR). Some programmes, however, have separate tuition rates.


The University of Chester offers over 35 on-campus and off-campus housing choices to foreign and local students in Chester and Warrington. These accommodations are available for rent ranging from 50 GBP to 250 GBP. International students at the university have access to over 14 on-campus dormitories. Astbury House, Church College Close, Croft Hall, Fisher House, Gladstone House, Hollybank Court, and Manchester Hall are among them.

Acceptance rate

Chester, with 15,000 students from 130 nationalities, provides a vibrant, diverse, and safe home for people travelling from abroad to study. The university has a fairly selective entrance policy, with an acceptance rate of 30-40%.


The University of Chester has six campuses in addition to a University Centre in Shrewsbury. The Parkgate Road Campus in Chester is 32 acres in size. It boasts a distinct combination of Victorian (such as Old College) and modern (such as the Students' Union) structures. It has a swimming pool, sports hall, fitness centre, bookshop, science and language laboratories, and a bank, in addition to a variety of learning opportunities. Other campuses of the institution are equally well-equipped with a conducive study environment.


They are a member of the AACSB Business Education Alliance and enjoy accreditation with all the major professional bodies.

Jobs and Placement

Students at the University of Chester have access to academic tools that might assist them identify specific prospects for their future careers. The university's work-based learning module prepares students for future career roles by providing a five-week work allowance and chances at host organisations. The institution offers job-based learning, in which students are given the opportunity to work in a host organisation. Masters of Arts is the highest paying degree at Chester University, with alumni earning an average income of $44,000.

QS Ranking


The Ranking

According to Times Higher Education, the university has been ranked 1001 in the world.

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