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VIDEO: VP Activities SABB October Catch-up

Watch the below video to see what Cherelle (President) has been up to in October…    

VIDEO: VP Education SABB October Catch-up

Watch the below video to see what Jamie (VP Education) has been up to in October…        

VIDEO: President SABB October Catch-up

Watch the below video to see what Cherelle (President) has been up to in October…  

You’re in Uni – YAY! – Now What?

A Level Results day – students everywhere receive their unconditional offers for university.  Tears, joy, crying, screaming, kicking and shouting! YAY! But now what? Congratulations! You’ve gotten in to University! (Hopefully the University of Chester, but if not, we’ll let that slide for now…) First things first, be proud of yourself. It’s a tremendous achievement, […]

Ethan Wade – VP Activities Intro…

Sup Campers! I’m Ethan and I am your Vice-President of Activities here at the Chester Students’ Union. Like many of you will do, I have had a strong relationship with the Students’ Union here at University through my sport and activities that have taken place in my three years here. I am delighted to have been […]

Jamie Brown – VP Education Intro…

Hi pals! I’m Jamie, the elected Vice-President of Education for 2015/16 at Chester Students’ Union. It is my job to represent the student voice from an educational point-of-view. As a Sabbatical Officer (Vice-President) I’m one of the key contacts for you as a student if you have any issues throughout the year, regarding any aspect […]

Above & Beyond Awards (AAB’s)

Chester Students’ Unions Above and Beyond awards are back for the third year! These awards are to celebrate students and staff that have truly gone Above and Beyond to improve and enhance the student experience here at the University of Chester. There are nine awards on offer this year including the new Postgraduate StAR of […]

A Government for the NEXT GENERATION?

I used to think Politics was for the dull, for the elite, and for the rich, and to an extent it still is. To date FORTY-ONE Prime Ministers have studied at Oxbridge, with the majority coming from elite schools such as Eton College. I know that I am not going to be the next Prime […]