University of Chichester

Why Study Here?

  • We are one of the smallest universities in the country which means there is a personal, friendly feel where everybody is somebody – not just a number.
  • We don't have large lecture theatres – most of our courses are taught in small groups of between 10 to 25 students. This means you have more time to ask questions and discuss your work with tutors and students.
  • Our approach to teaching and learning allows you to develop your 'soft skills' (such as inter-personal, presentation and communication skills) and greatly improve your employability – as those are the skills employers are looking for.
  • Only 1% of students are from outside Europe, so as an international student you will be joining a mainly UK student population. This will give you a great opportunity to use your English language skills for work and study.

What Do International Students Study?

Fees and Funding

The following are the typical annual course fees for overseas students submitted to us by the university (Reddin Survey of University Tuition Fees 2016–2017):

Type of Course Undergraduate Taught Postgraduate
Classroom £10,620 £10,620
Mixed £12,240 -
Laboratory £12,240 £12,000–14,040
Clinical - -