The Careers and Jobshop are part of our broader team of Students Support Services.
Our mission is to enable you to make and act on informed choices about your future to help realise your full potential. We do this by offering a wide range of information as well as confidential and impartial advice and guidance at all stages of your studies, continuing after you graduate. Guidance for graduates from other HE institutions is available through the mutual aid scheme for up to two years after graduation. Find out more
We pride ourselves on the quality of the learning environment we have created for our students.
At both campuses there is an integrated approach to the provision of learning resources and support, enabling all our students to:
At Chichester we provide you with a varied and supportive environment for learning, teaching and research. Library services operate through the Learning Resources Centres on both campuses providing a high quality integrated learning environment on both campuses, daytime, evenings and weekends, with a considerable range and number of study places and networked computers. Find out more
The Otter Gallery is an art space that encourages engagement, discussion and participation with visual art. It is a public gallery with free admission supported by the University of Chichester and based at the Chichester campus. The gallery aims to work with the wider community through a creative exhibitions programme and a series of artist-led workshops and community events throughout the year. Find out more
The University of Chichester is nationally recognised as a provider of high quality undergraduate and postgraduate courses across dance, performance and visual art. As one of the smallest universities in the country we pride ourselves on providing a close-knit and friendly environment where students and artists can create and develop their practice.
As a venue within a university, research and experimentation is at the heart of what the ShowRoom does and we strive to support and develop a safe environment where creativity can flourish, ideas can be challenged and new work can be made.
The ShowRoom is a multi-purpose space, used for lectures and class work during the day, and as a 212 seat, well equipped, professional theatre at night. Find out more
Twenty four BUCS teams compete at the highest levels of university sport. There is a bursary scheme in place to support elite individuals in BUCS representative trials/squads and BUCS individual competitions. This scheme is designed to complement the Sports Activity and Research Centre`s (SARC) Talented Sports Performer Bursary Scheme.
Complementing our BUCS programme are various recreational activities including a 6-aside soccer competition, badminton and an indoor cricket league, together with a wide range of traditional sports clubs and ‘new wave’ activities such as ultimate Frisbee and cheerleading. We also enjoy strong community links with local sports clubs including Chichester Rugby Club, Chichester Priory Park Hockey and Cricket Clubs and Chichester Centurions Hockey Club. There is also an active ‘sporty volunteers’ programme in place. Find out more